Fraternity & Sorority Life

MGC Statement of Solidarity with Sexual Assault Survivors:

The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at the University of Michigan and our member organizations were founded on a mission to develop leadership, encourage academic excellence, promote service, and provide a space for people of color to celebrate not only multiculturalism as a whole, but also our individual cultural backgrounds and identities. We hold all of our members to a high standard and expect every action to be carried out with intent, respect, and dignity in order to represent the core values that we uphold as a community.


#ENOUGHISENOUGH

On Wednesday, June 3, 2020 the National Pan-Hellenic Council is asking people to participate in a candelight campaign called #ENOUGHISENOUGH.   

1 - Record video sending condolences to victims of racial injustices

2 - End the video by blowing out a candle/lighter in remembrance

3 - Upload to social media with the hashtag #enoughisenough

Videos will begin posting around 9:00am

 

In addition, the council released the below statement.

#EnoughIsEnough

2020 Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards

The academic year ended so abruptly, due to COVID19 and the necessary safety precautions, that Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) was not able to convene for our annual Awards Night to acknowledge the students from the community who were graduating and to celebrate the leaders and organizations whose achievements this year truly deserve recognition. 

2020 FSL Awards

FSL COVID-19 Information

Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to supporting our students and partners.  In response to COVID 19, we are working to address the needs of U-M students and to respond to inquiries from international organizations, local alumni, and campus partners. 

Read this full article for the most recent updates and implications for affiliated fraternities and sororities.


Michigan Men Program

Fraternity & Sorority Life has been working with the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) and Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) around the Michigan Men Progam. The mission of the program is to "   Equip participants with skill sets promoting personal wellness, healthy relationships, and values-driven communities through dialogue and engaging activities"   Programs: The Michigan Man-Box and the Expedition of Manhood.

To learn more visit the Michigan Men Program website 


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