The Emerging Greek Leaders program is a six-week cohort-based leadership development course sponsored by the University of Georgia’s Greek Life Office. The program is designed to allow students in their first year of fraternal membership an opportunity to develop and practice leadership.
Each spring, students in their first year of Greek organizational membership will have the opportunity to develop as students, leaders, and contributors to the University of Georgia. Through a cohort-structured program, students learn more about the Greek Life Office, Governing Councils, Greek Life’s history at the University, how to be a servant leader, why identities are important, and will even participate in a ropes course and the annual Greek Day of Service.
Involvement and Personal Growth – Students examine their personal growth related to their co-curricular involvement.
Collaborative Relationships – Students execute collaborative relationships to affect positive change in the community.
Decision-Making Behaviors – Students engage in decision-making behaviors that support personal and organizational values.
Students interested in learning more about Emerging Greek Leaders should apply here or reach out to
The Office of Greek Life.