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Female student smiling in library near windows with campus building in background

People think that Greek life is superficial, or only about partying but it’s not. It’s business meetings and planning fundraisers, and collaborating with other clubs. The whole point of it is philanthropy and helping others.

Helping Others
Evynand Akombi ‘22
Linnea D’Acchille ‘22 standing with football in Fitchburg State training facility

You’re not always going to have win after win after win. The biggest thing is you have to do your job. We win or we lose as a team, but everyone has to do their job as a team.

Doing Her Job
Linnea D’Acchille ‘22
Conlon Hickey and Sigma Tau Gamma brothers in front of Edgerly Hall

Greek life immediately felt like home. At the end of the day, it’s a true brotherhood. This is my family.

Building a Better Community
Conlon Hickey '24
A photo of student Miranda Gustin in front of the library

I woke up on May 1, the decision day, and put on a Fitchburg State sweatshirt. I felt in my heart that this was where I was supposed to be.

Where I Was Supposed to Be
Miranda Gustin ‘23
Brian McGrath '22 hockey player on the rink at civic center

One of my best friends came here the year before me, and then Coach (Dean) Fuller ended up giving me a call and invited me to check it out. I met the team and loved the campus.

Grace Under Pressure
Brian McGrath ‘22
Alumni Trustee Eric Gregoire '11

From the very beginning I loved the opportunity to get to know students and their concerns, and to give voice to their concerns in a productive way.

Transforming Lives
Eric Gregoire ‘11
Stephany Infante '16 alumni on campus

I really learned that I love to give back when I was at Fitchburg State. It stuck with me, and I’ve continued giving back in my hometown. Fitchburg State University really changed my life.

Finding a Voice
Stephany Infante ‘16
Laurie Furtado '22 on quad in quiddich hat

I had never led something before. This was the first time that people were looking at me, and I had to be in charge. That will help in the classroom, and it was the first step out of my comfort zone.

Embracing the Genuinely Silly
Laurie Furtado ‘22
David Demosthenes '17 on quad in front of Edgerly Hall

When you graduate, you don’t just have a degree. I made sure those four years of growth weren’t just academic growth.

Growing Holistically
David Demosthenes ‘17
Kristen Laquidara

I came to Fitchburg State not knowing anyone except for my freshman year roommate. I’ve met lots and lots of people. There is not a time I walk across campus and don't see someone that I know, and I have both Dance Club and Greek life to thank for that.

On Top of Every Detail
Kristen Laquidara ‘22