Greek Affairs Mission Statement
Greek Life at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette enriches the college experience by encouraging excellence in academics, social skills, leadership, community service, and personal growth as well as fostering collaboration between Greek organizations. We accomplish this by holding strong to our traditions, educating our members, and living by the values and ideal of our Founders.
Welcome from the President of Greek Council
Welcome to Greek Life at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. As the President of Greek Council I am honored to represent this outstanding Greek Community, that holds over 1,000 members in 22 different but outstanding Greek organizations. Deciding upon rushing a fraternity or sorority can be an extraordinary experience. The Greek system is divided up into three different councils that include: the Interfraternity Council, the Panhellenic Council, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Although they may be different in their history and members, they all have a common goal that includes a strong ambition to make this university fun and enjoyable. I, as well as the rest of the Greek Community, hope that you will take the opportunity to look into what Greek life can offer you, as the University's Greek system has always been a very positive influence since the very beginning of its establishment.
Scholarship and Academics:
School work and academic success are what students excel in on a daily basis. Ul's Fraternities and Sororities have been known to perform well and score a higher GPA than the student body.
Leadership and Involvement:
The Greeks at the university find that getting involved on campus helps will academic happiness and is a great way to met other fellow Greeks who pursue leadership roles for the benefit of the University and themselves.
Philanthropy and Service:
Giving back to the community can give one the benefit of fun and fulfillment, good for the mind and body, as well as advancement in careers. As a Greek system, we are very much involved with giving back to the community we love so much.
Brotherhood and Sisterhood:
Greek Life creates the opportunities for chapters to work together and build strong relationships within their own chapter as well as a good Greek system relationship.
The Greek System as a Community:
Last but certainly not least, the Greek Community is a community of positive influence. The community does its best to excel in all ways possible and at the same time, represents schools spirit through academics, sports, social events, leadership, and much more. We ask again that you take this time to look into UL's Greek Life, and if you are very much interested, we would be horned to have you as a part of this great community.
Greek Council President 2012 - 2013
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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