The Patrick Mell Scholarship was established to honor the late Patrick Mell, Chancellor of the University of Georgia, from 1878 until 1888. The scholarship recognizes students who are members of fraternity chapters belonging to the University’s Interfraternity Council or associated with the National Pan-Hellenic Council or North American Interfraternity Conference. Recipients of the scholarship are…
The Greek Life Office at the University of Georgia is excited to announce the recipient of the Greek Life Diversity Award, Camille Jones.
As of May 2, 2022, the Sigma Phi Epsilon GA Delta Chapter was formally issued full accreditation.
On Sunday, March 20th, The Inter-Fraternity Council in conjunction with the Sigma Chi Fraternity hosted a mental health speaker, Gordon Corsetti, at Cotton Press. Mental Health is a pertinent issue that affects many within our Greek community and the world. Gordon Corsetti spoke on his past experiences struggling with depression and the techniques he used…
Each year at the Southeastern Greek Leadership Association Annual Conference, held in
Atlanta from February 10th-12th, fraternity and sorority communities, councils, and individuals are recognized for their outstanding accomplishments over the past year. These awards recognize excellence in leadership, philanthropy, community service, and academic
achievement among Greek communities. All four Greek Councils, represented by 26 students, and Greek Life staff attended this year’s conference and received the outstanding awards and recognitions below.
On Sunday morning, UGA Miracle, the University of Georgia’s largest student-run philanthropy, announced it had raised $1,167,175.22 for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
More than 100 alumnae of the University of Georgia’s Eta Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., gave a total of over $50,000 to establish the 1973 Eta Xi Alumni Association Inc. Georgia Commitment Scholarship, which will provide need-based aid to UGA students in perpetuity.
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.