IFC, HCPA guide UH Greek community

Fraternities uphold tradition of service, scholarship, UH spirit and school leadership

On behalf of the entire Greek community, the Interfraternity Council would like to welcome you back for the spring semester.

The goal of the 11 fraternities in the University of Houston Greek community is to promote academics, leadership and school spirit. These three basic fraternal ideals have been a tradition on campus for 50 years.

In keeping with this tradition, it is important to recognize the vital role we play as a Greek community at UH. There are approximately 425 Greek men attending UH, and those numbers rise each year.

Our Greek community prides itself on its involvement in campus activities. In our support for tradition and spirit at UH, the Greek community plays an integral role in such events as Frontier Fiesta, Homecoming and our student government - in fact, one-third of all officers on the Students' Association are Greek.

The decision to "go Greek" is an important one. This choice could be the first down a pathway to success both for an undergraduate and in the future.

It's never too late to join our community. Fraternities constantly hold recruiting events, and any UH student is welcome to attend them.

For more information on any events or a particular fraternity, please call IFC President Cory Herell or Vice President of Recruitment Bill Hoover at (713) 743-5183.

The fraternities represented by the IFC include Alpha Epsilon Pi, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Chi, Delta Upsilon, Lambda Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon.

-Courtesy of Interfraternity Council

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