Fraternity & Sorority Life

The Greek Community Addresses the Topic of Mental Health

It was December 5, 2016, there was one microphone, a room full of people and the leaders of our four councils stood at the front of a podium in the Michigan Union. Before them in this same room had been speeches, assemblies, dinners, and events over the course of the 99 years the building has stood. But this day was a first. Our community was holding the first ever Greek Life Mental Health Speakout.

#TimeToTalk

2017 Multicultural Greek Council Charity Ball

 

The Multicultural Greek Council is hosting the 4th Annual MGC Charity Ball held on Thursday, March 9, 2016 from 7-9 pm in the Michigan League Ballroom. This year, as part of our initiative to give back to the surrounding community, we have chosen to collaborate with The Community Foundation of Greater Flint, to raise funds and awareness for the ongoing Flint Water Crisis. We believe that providing aid to the affected population is key to helping sustain the health and environment of our surrounding communities.

Charity Ball Flyer

Step Afrika performs as part the the 2017 MLK Symposium

The Office of Greek Life, Center for Campus Involvement, Department of AfroAmerican and African Studies, and the Center for World Performance Studies were pleased to bring Step Afrika to campus on Thursday, January 26th at 7:00pm in the Mendlessohn Theater.

Step Afrika logo

Mental Health Speakout

The Greek Community is starting up a mental health awareness campaign the week of December 5, 2016,  beginning with a Mental Health Speakout  December 5th at 8pm in Union Pendleton Room! The campaign is dedicated to facilitating conversation about mental health struggles in the Greek community, whether it be related to anxiety, stress, body image, hyper-masculinity, cultural stigma, etc. In addition to the Speakout there will be a vareity of video messages from the four councils released over the next 2 months.


Hazing Prevention Week 2016

The Greek Community takes a firm stance against hazing and promotes an environment that facilitates positive member experiences in line with organizational, community, and University values. The Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Panhellenic Association strive to maintain safe environments in which students know that they will not be subject to hazing when joining or affiliating with any fraternity or sorority.


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