The Office of Greek Life at Valdosta State University oversees 20 active fraternity and sorority organizations. The office assists chapters in maintaining local and national requirements as well as serves as a liaison between collegiate chapters, alumni, parents, and the national organization.

In addition, the staff provides various educational programs and services that support the ideals of Greek Life by challenging members to live by their purpose, monitors academic performance of fraternity and sorority members, and recognizes positive achievements of the organizations.

Core Values of Greek Life

Greek organizations provide an environment where:

    • Scholastic achievements of the individual member and the chapter is highly valued.
    • Principles and ideals of our rituals are reinforced daily and lived accordingly.
    • Safety of the individual is paramount.
    • The fraternity and sorority experience is a quality enhancement to the undergraduate collegiate experience at Valdosta State University.

Meet the Staff

Sara Pound

College Panhellinic Council Graduate Assistant
Sara serves as the Graduate Assistant for the College Panhellenic Council. She is from Griffin, Ga., which is about 30 miles south of Atlanta, and she has lived there her whole life . She received her undergraduate degree from Valdosta State University in Communication Disorders. Sara is a member of Phi Mu Fraternity and the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). She is currently pursuing her M.S.Ed. in Communication Sciences in Disorders. Upon graduation in May 2015, she hopes to work as a Speech-Language Pathologist in a private or medical setting. Sara oversees the College Panhellenic Council Executive Board, the six Panhellenic chapters at VSU, Order of Omega, and Greek Ambassadors. In her free time she enjoys spending time with friends and family, shopping, attending country music concerts, and eating Mexican food whenever possible.