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Contact information is provided via the references, where available.The terms "Fraternity" and "Sorority" are used somewhat interchangeably, with men's and co-ed groups always using Fraternity, and women's groups using either Fraternity or Sorority.Approximately 11% of the student body participate in one of the 60 chapters of social fraternities or sororities at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus.In 2017, 3,400 students participated in these groups not counting unaffiliated groups such as academic, honorific and professional societies.Yet these pioneers did not themselves mark the beginnings of fraternal presence at the school.Many of Minnesota's early University presidents and department heads were fraternity men or women from 'back East,' having experienced undergraduate life in the flourishing literary societies and old line fraternities that in turn were born out of America's earliest institutions of higher learning.Most of these, undergrad or professional, are (or were) residential.Over 90 years later, as of 2017, Minnesota hosts 37 academic fraternities, 23 academic sororities, 61 honors societies, 31 professional societies, and 4 service- or religious-focused chapters.
In a spike downturn coinciding with the economic recession of that era, participation hit a marked numeric low point in about 2005, but recovering to 1,795 active members in 2011 its population has continued increasing through to the present day.
An undetermined amount of public and police property was damaged during the two-hour disturbance, police said.'The actions of a few people in Dinkytown last night unfortunately marred the victory of our Gophers men's hockey team,' University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler wrote in an email sent to students Friday.
The number of Fraternities and Sororities at the University of Minnesota is extensive.
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University of Minnesota students were warned Friday that a heavy police presence would be in place during the national hockey championships to prevent a repeat of the riotous behavior that erupted after Minnesota edged out North Dakota in the Frozen Four semifinals.