All fraternity and sorority organizations at UT are governed by student-run councils that plan educational programs, offer academic incentives, enforce policies, oversee recruitment and intake processes, and provide a support network and voice to the University and local community.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
United in the belief that among fraternities there may be common issues beyond the scope of individual action, the members of IFC aim to help organize and moderate fraternity like so that standards are followed properly and in accordance to The University of Tampa regulations.
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President: Joey Pawlan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
The Multicultural Greek Council strives to preserve and promote diversity, scholarship and service to The University of Tampa campus, the community and its members. MGC encourages cooperation and harmony among member organizations and promotes cohesion among all University of Tampa Greeks. It serves as a liaison between the university authorities and member organizations in matters of common interest.
President: Hazel Sison, email@example.com
National Interfraternity Music Council (NIMC)
The NIMC is the governing body of all the Greek music fraternities and sororities at The University of Tampa. The purpose is to attain harmony among organizations, secure funding, provide mutual protection of rights and promote the general welfare of music students.
National Pan-Hellenic Council (UT-NPHC)
The UT-NPHC strives to preserve and promote scholarship among member organizations, service within community, and sisterhood and brotherhood within and beyond individual organizations. The UT-NPHC holds steadfast in beliefs to coordinate and cooperate, amongst the five organizations, programs and service to the UT and Tampa Bay communities.
President: D'Mone Clendinen, firstname.lastname@example.org
The College Panhellenic Association at The University of Tampa is comprised of six women's fraternities and sororities from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). Nine women represent this community by serving on the Panhellenic executive board. They coordinate a variety of activities for the Panhellenic community as well as for the entire campus. These activities include educational events, sisterhood events, and events to raise money and awareness for their two philanthropies, Children's Cancer Center and Circle of Sisterhood. The College Panhellenic Association also facilitates formal recruitment, which occurs at the beginning of each fall semester. The main goal of the organization is to continuously work to improve the Greek community at The University of Tampa.
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President: Jennifer Allison, email@example.com
Vice President of Recruitment Development: Jordan Fink, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Formal Recruitment, visit www.sororityparents.com or www.thesororitylife.com.