Debunking Myths: The True Sorority and Fraternity Experience at Cornell
The sorority and fraternity community at Cornell has been a highlight of many students' experience during their time on campus. While Cornell is still home to over 55 Greek Organizations, the landscape of Greek Life on college campuses is changing. To continue to thrive and provide a high-quality fraternal experience to our students our community must continue to strive to improve. Through creating leadership development experiences for our students involved in Greek life, partnerships with local and national alumni, national headquarters and chapter advisors, the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life continues to find new and innovative ways to support the sorority and fraternity community at Cornell.
Loeffelman is the Assistant Vice President for Student and Campus Life. She comes to Cornell via Miami University where she served as the director of
Campus Activities and Fraternity and Sorority Life for over nine years. Prior to Miami University, she was the Assistant Dean of Students at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jenny and her husband Mike
and daughter Lauren moved to Ithaca in August of 2019. Jenny provides leadership
to New Student Programs, the Public Service Center, Campus Activities and the
office of Sorority and Fraternity Life all within Student and Campus
Life. Jenny will present the strategic vision for the future of the
Sorority and Fraternity Community at Cornell and answer questions about the
current opportunities that face todays college students.
6:00pm reception; 6:30pm lecture, gratis. Advanced registrations required.