Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
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Enhance your college experience at the U of M by becoming a member of the largest organization on campus - the Fraternity/Sorority community. Joining a Memphis fraternity/sorority is one of the most remarkable opportunities. Membership creates long-lasting memories and fun-filled activities.

Since 1947, fraternities and sororities have been integral part of student life at Memphis. Fraternity/sorority members are visible throughout the campus, holding membership and leadership positions in campus organizations that range from departmental clubs to the highest honor societies. Perhaps the greatest benefits of joining the Fraternity/Sorority community are the diverse and lasting social networks, academic support, and positive group experiences.

For more information on Fraternity & Sorority Affairs at The University of Memphis, email Greek@memphis.edu.

Interfraternity Council

Chapters in IFC

 Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa Alpha Order, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau

Are you interested in participating in recruitment for Interfraternity Council? Would you like to learn more about IFC chapters?
We'll contact you with all the up-to-date recruitment info for Fall 2014. 
  • Check out IFC-Sponsored Recruitment Week - September 8-19, 2014. This will be a chance to meet all our fraternities and learn what fraternity life is all about - academics, service, social, leadership, and more!
  • Our Vice President of Recruitment, Aidan Porter, can assist and answer questions for you! Contact him at aporter5@memphis.edu.

 

Panhellenic Council

Chapters in PAN

Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, Pi Beta Phi

The first time to join a Panhellenic Sorority is during Panhellenic Recruitment which will take take place on Sunday, September 7-Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Click Here to register for The University of Memphis Panhellenic Formal Recruitment 2014!!

  • Stay Tuned for the 2014 Formal Recruitment Video!!
  • After you sign up for recruitment, you will be contacted by a sorority woman (your Gamma Chi) who will help you find your sorority home at the University of Memphis!
  • Got questions? Moriah has answers!  Moriah Grantham, our Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment can be reached at mgrntham@memphis.edu.

National Pan-Hellenic Council

Chapters in NPHC
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

How to join a chapter in the NPHC at The University of Memphis-

  • Each organization has their own process, there is no single way to join any of the organizations
  • Attend a NPHC Intake Seminar to take place within the first three weeks of each semester
  • Attend NPHC Interest Week events-NOT JUST THE SOCIAL EVENTS!!
  • Attend chapter Interest Week events
  • Make personal connections with current chapter members to let them know you are interested
  • Ensure that you have: community service hours, letters of recommendation, and the minimum number of academic hours required by the organization (This list is not all-inclusive of what you will need to join. You will need to contact the organization for a detailed list and chapter procedures)

National Pan-Hellenic Council interest weeks are posted on our all Greek calendar. Updates are made weekly. Check out our calendar for more information!

  • NPHC Week Fall 2014 will take place Tuesday, September 2-6, 2014. There will be an Intake Seminar and Scholarship Tea during the week to give information about joining a chapter at Memphis. Continue to look out for more details.
  • THE INTAKE SEMINAR IS MANDATORY FOR ANYONE DESIRING TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY NPHC CHAPTERS' MEMBERSHIP INTAKE PROCESS! 
  • To be added to the list to get special updates about the Universtiy of Memphis NPHC, contact the NPHC President, Mallory Gary at mngary@memphis.edu.

What is one thing you have gained from Greek life that you didn not expect to learn?

"Something I didn’t expect to learn from Greek life is the amount of leadership experience I could gain. I always heard the “animal house” stereotypes growing up, but from day one I became involved in an organization that asked more of me as a man and a student. It presented opportunities for me to grow and learn how to lead through the many offices I could hold and leadership workshops and conferences I have been able to attend."

Chase Presson, Junior
Interfraternity Council
International Business Major

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