Greek Week - Greek Week is an opportunity for current members from NPHC, IFC, MGC, and PHC councils to build community and support local and national philanthropies through various events. Greek Week is planned by one representative from each council and is held annually in April.
Order of Omega - The Kappa Lambda chapter of The Order of Omega is a leadership honor society whose members demonstrate exceptional achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service to both the Greek and University communities. The Order of Omega's primary purpose is to recognize upper-class fraternity and sorority students who have attained a high standard of leadership in Fraternity/Sorority activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment.
Greek Emerging Leaders - GEL is a partnership with the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement. It is targeted for new/young members of Greek organizations who aspire to be future leaders in their chapter, within the Greek community, or on campus. The program takes place each semester and covers relevant issues confronting fraternity/sorority life as well as basic leadership skills that will help participants as general members or as they take future leadership roles.
Council Leadership - Each of the four Greek Councils; Interfraternity Council(IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and Panhellenic Council(PHC), have executive boards comprised of current students from chapters within those councils. These executive boards serve as the governing body of the chapters within their council, but they also work to plan programming, community service projects, and other opportunities for members in their council to get involved. Elections are held annually at the end of the fall semester for IFC, NPHC, and PHC, and at the end of the spring semester for MGC.
Junior IFC/Junior Panhellenic - Junior IFC/PHC is a way for new members in the IFC and PHC community to get involved right away and make connections with other organizations within their councils. These groups work to create community within their council, do leadership programming that will benefit younger members, plan community service projects, and hopefully generate interest in being future leaders of IFC and PHC.