Panhellenic Recruitment Update:
We are happy to announce that we have seen a slight increase in Panhellenic Recruitment participants over our projections for this year. To accommodate this increase, we will be having two separate orientation sessions on August 18th. The first orientation session will be for potential new members with last names beginning with letters A-K. Check-in will begin at 4:00 pm, and the session will run 5pm-6:30pm. The second orientation session will be for potential new members with last names beginning with letters L-Z. Check-in will begin at 7pm, and the session will run 8:00-9:30 pm. There is no dress code for the orientation sessions, feel free to arrive comfortable and casual. Get excited to start your Panhellenic Recruitment experience!
Statement regarding recent events:
On behalf of the Greek Community at the University of Florida we would like to reinforce our stance on respect and inclusivity. Recently, one of our fraternities was accused of disrespecting veterans at a function in Panama City Beach. As values-based organizations, fraternities and sororities are committed to the belief that our members should conduct themselves with dignity and respect for others in all situations. This respect should be especially given to our veterans that fight every day to protect our Nation. Many of our members have or do serve in the military and many of our chapters support our troops and veterans in various ways. We trust that the fraternity and the University will investigate the allegations and determine the responsibility of the chapter through our shared accountability processes.
At UF, we are united by our core values of scholarship, service, leadership and community. Our four Greek governing councils- the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council - and their member organizations strive to foster an environment that is open and accepting of all. We do not condone or encourage the mistreatment of any person, no matter the circumstance. We will continue to devote resources to strengthening a culture of openness, acceptance and tolerance within our community. As always, we will continue to find ways to support our military and veterans.
The Florida Greek Community:
The purpose of the Florida Greek Community is to foster the development of well-rounded individuals who embody the values of positive leadership, service, scholarship, and community while maintaining respect for the values, traditions and rituals of the member chapters.
Sorority and Fraternity Affairs is the office of professional staff that provides guidance, education, and support to the Florida Greek community.
To contact Sorority and Fraternity Affairs, click here to see our staff page, or call 352-392-1671. To email a member of the staff directly, visit the staff link under “About Us” at the top of the page.