One of the core values of Sorority and Fraternity Life at UC Davis is Community: to play a positive role in the surrounding community. 

To help further build relationships with the Davis community, the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life has developed two newsletters where community members/organizations may submit informational ads/requests to solicite Sorority and Fraternity member assistance at events, as well as creating an opportunity for community members to submit any incidents happening in the community to our Office.

Submit an Incident Report

Please submit an Incident Report to our Office if you suspect:

  • Any questionable activity happening at a Chapter House in your neighborhood.
  • Any excessive noise happening at an apartment or house that you suspect is occupied by a sorority or fraternity.
  • Hazing.
  • Sexual Violence.
  • Drug or Alcohol abuse.
  • Any other community concerns.


Please make sure to include as much detail as possible.

Requesting Assistance

Community groups who are in need of sorority and fraternity member assistance for their event are welcome to email information to the office of Sorority and Fraternity life (  Please make sure as much detail about the event as possible along with contact information if groups are interested.  The Office of Sorority Life will include these requests in out two newsletters.  The Presidents Newsletter, which is sent to all group presidents  and the Sorority and Fraternity Community Newsletter which goes out to all members quarterly.  Please check the Sonority and Fraternity Newsletter page for additional details and past newsletters.

The office of Sorority and Fraternity Life does not guarantee participation but will pass information to groups for them to respond directly if interested so please make sure to include as much detail as possible in email.

We want to help

Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Sorority Life if you have questions we are always willing to help.  Our goal is to support UC Davis Sorority and Fraternity organizations to become positive members of the surrounding community.