Hear from student leaders on how self-governance impacts their organization by coming at 6pm to Old Cabell Hall on September 25th. Meet the deans, including Allen Groves, and hear a presentation on Good Decision Making by University Police Lieutenant Melissa Fielding, Dr. Christopher Holstege, and the Honorable Judge William G. Barkley. A reception will follow in Old Cabell.
This summer, the FSL team welcomed several new team members.
Matt Ferguson is the new Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life and will work most closely with the NPHC and IFC.
Emily Richonne is the new FSL Office Manager and will coordinate the administrative process for the FSL team.
Charlotte Fraser is the new FSL Graduate Intern and will work various aspects of fraternity/sorority life, including Order of Omega, Greek Weekend, Scholarship, Service, and Public Relations.
For greater information about our team, please visit the About Us page on the FSL website.
As we welcome Matt, Emily, and Charlotte, we are also excited to share that the Fraternity & Sorority Life Suite has been fully renovated and updated! Please stop in to our new space in Newcomb, room 171.
A grand re-opening of the space will occur on Thursday, September 20. Please save this date, an official invite will be sent in the coming days!
Did your chapter earn an award or special recognition at a summer convention, conclave, or conference? If yes, we want to know about it and give you the recognition you deserve! Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will feature your organization in the next edition of the Greek News Hoo Lites.
Congratulations to the following chapters for achieving the highest chapter GPA in their council for the Spring 2012 semester!
- IFC – Alpha Epsilon Pi
- ISC – Chi Omega
- MGC – Sigma Psi Zeta
- NPHC – Delta Sigma Theta
Fraternity and Sorority Life loves tweeting about great things happening in our community and around Grounds! Please send us achievements, exciting news, or upcoming events so we can share them with tweeters! And don’t forget to follow us: @UVAGreekLife
Formal Recruitment doesn’t take place for the Inter-Sorority Council but these ladies are already preparing for an amazing Spring Recruitment. The ISC is hosting three information sessions, fondly known as Go Greek Nights, to share the value of sisterhood with women who are interested in the ISC community. The first Go Greek Night will take place on Wednesday, September 12th at 6:30pm on the Old Dorms Quad. This event is a casual cookout and a fantastic opportunity for chapter members and potential new members to meet and get to know each other. In order to provide enough food for attendees we are requesting that you register here by September 11th.
We will be posting information for future Go Greek Nights in the upcoming weeks so please check back for more details!
If you have any questions about ISC Go Greek Nights please contact Abby Decker, Vice President of Recruitment, at email@example.com.
The Inter-Sorority Council is excited to offer a wonderful opportunity for second, third, and fourth year women to find their home in the Sorority community. This year we are offering Potential New Members the opportunity to learn more about the ISC community and meet all the chapters participating in Fall Recruitment on Sunday, September 23rd, 2012. There will be a Potential New Member Orientation session beginning at 12:30pm in the Newcomb Ballroom. Interested women can register up until the Orientation session here. There is no cost to participate in Fall Recruitment. Please contact Anna Powell, Assistant Vice President of Recruitment, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
The Multicultural Greek Council is excited to support the Rush Events of our chapters. Each of our chapters hosts their own events and we encourage interested students to attend these events. Please contact individual chapters to learn more about them and their Rush Events!
The Inter-Fraternity Council will be hosting fall recruitment from Friday, September 14 through Saturday, September 22. The following chapters have reported to the IFC that they will be participating in fall recruitment:
- Delta Sigma Phi
- Phi Sigma Kappa
- Pi Lambda Phi
- Zeta Beta Tau
- Alpha Tau Omega
- Delta Upsilon
- Theta Delta Chi
- Alpha Epsilon Pi
House tours will take place Friday, September 14 & Saturday, September 15 from 7-10 pm. Bid day will take place on the 22nd. For additional information regarding fall recruitment, email Gillum Ferguson at email@example.com.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council will be hosting Meet the Greeks on Friday, September 14. For more information on the Meet the Greeks program, please contact Toye Falaiye at firstname.lastname@example.org.