Fraternity & Sorority Life

IFC- Mental Health Series - November 2020

The Interfraternity Council is proud to present three events that focus on the mental health. The IFC values the mental health of it members and recognizes the stress that many students have experienced this semester. In light of a difficult election and a relentless pandemic students have persevered this semester under extraordinary circumstances. Nevertheless, many brothers, sisters, friends, and families are struggling during these difficult times and could use help. Attending any of these three events will make it easier to help someone with mental illness.

Copy of flyer about mental health events

NPHC - Meet the Greek (Fall 2020)

Please join the Naitonal Pan-Hellenic Council and its member chapters on Thursday, October 29, 2020 for a virtual event.  This event is an opportunity for indiviuals to learn about fratenrithy and sororities within NPHC.

NPHC at Michigan was chartered in October 2005, with many of its member chapters being chartered at Michigan prior to the council's formation.  NPHC fraternities and sororities were founded to celebrate and promote Black/Afro-diasporic pride, history and culture. Today, NPHC fraternties and sororities are open to members of any background, but membership in an NPHC fraternity or sorority means that students honor that activisim by doing service and programming in the Black community.

NPHC Week Flyer

Delta Gamma Lectureship on Ethics and Values presents - John U Bacon

The Delta Gamma Foundation, along with Xi Chapter, Ann Arbor DG Alumnae, and Fraternity & Sorority Life  are pleased to host the 2020 Delta Gamma Lectureship on Ethics and Leadership. John U. Bacon, acclaimed University of Michigan history professor, writer of 10 books on sports and history, and noted journalist, will be speaking.  His topic: The Measure of Our Character: What We Do When No One’s Watching.  Please join us via Zoom on Thursday, October 22, 7 pm EDT. 

John U. Bacon headshot