The University of Georgia held a commemoration ceremony on Friday, Oct. 15, to honor nine historically Black fraternities and sororities on the West Lawn of the Tate Student Center, where markers were installed to recognize the National Pan-Hellenic Council member organizations. To read the full story on UGAToday, click the button below
See below the press release from Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. Lexington, Va. – Sigma Nu Fraternity is pleased to announce that Mu Chapter at the University of Georgia was honored with the Rock Chapter Award for the 2019-2021 biennium. The Fraternity salutes the men of Mu Chapter and the 23 other recipients of this distinguished…
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals held their annual Dance Marathon Leadership Conference on July 16th-18th, and UGA Miracle was honored with two awards.
The University of Georgia Panhellenic Council and UGA Interfraternity Council each gave $100,000, matched by the UGA Foundation, to establish two endowed, need-based scholarships through the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program.
At the recommendation of the Presidential Task Force on Race, Ethnicity, and Community, President Jere W. Morehead has approved the installation of campus markers to recognize the nine historically Black fraternities and sororities that are members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
On Sunday, November 22nd, Phi Kappa Psi participated in the Backpack Project, providing over 75 backpacks full of essential supplies for homeless communities.
The Georgia Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon raised over $110,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through their Ham Ansley Memorial Fundraiser.