Nine new monuments dedicated to UT’s National Pan-Hellenic Council were celebrated at a dedication ceremony during Homecoming weekend.
UT’s 2021 Homecoming celebration begins on Sunday, November 7, calling all current Vols and alumni to come together and celebrate the history, traditions, and spirit of the university.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for nine new monuments dedicated to the council earlier this month on Johnson-Ward Pedestrian Walkway.
Halloween-themed festivities are gearing up across UT’s campus. Many of the events welcome faculty and staff to bring their families.
UT’s Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter presented $6,500 in scholarships to seven incoming first-year students at their annual Balanced Man Scholarship Awards reception.
In June, 12 students from UT traveled to Mboyene, Senegal, to help break ground on a new school building for children in a growing community.
Jennifer Pierce, who oversees the Panhellenic Council as an assistant director in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, has received the 2017 Outstanding Panhellenic Advisor Award from the National Panhellenic Conference.
Lambda Theta Alpha Latina Sorority, Inc. Gamma Gamma Chapter will be conducting open informal recruitment this fall by establishing interest groups. Lambda Theta Alpha is the university’s first and only Latina sorority. Membership is open to any female student who is interested in seeking membership. Interested students who meet the requirements of the sorority and
New banners along Pedestrian Walkway are on display until September to celebrate the university’s cultural-based fraternal organizations (CBFO). The 11 chapters highlighted on the banners are a part of the university’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). UT has four Greek councils: the Interfraternity Council;
UT is working with the Knox County Health Department to determine the cause of a gastrointestinal illness that affected some members of the Phi Mu sorority over the weekend.
After hearing Ginny Carroll, founder of Circle of Sisterhood, speak about how educating women can break the cycle of poverty, members of the Panhellenic sorority community were inspired to support and raise awareness for the cause. UT’s thirteen Panhellenic sororities have raised more than $40,000 in two years to fully fund the building of a
UT today took steps to revoke Pi Kappa Phi’s registration following a decision by the fraternity’s national office to close the chapter. The chapter cannot recolonize at UT until August 2017. The national office of Pi Kappa Phi notified the UT chapter on Friday, November 29, of its decision to close the chapter because “members