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GR EEG K RL E E GK ACLYE P GRO ACGYR A M S

P RO G R A M S

THE LEGACY PROGR A M

A strong fraternity and sorority community reinforces the University’s strength. For decades, members of our community have made a commitment to our campus with their stewardship of the institution. Greek Alumni and students dedicate a large amount of time, energy, and financial support to the University of Arizona. The UA Greek

THE LEGACY PROGR A M

community continues to be a leader in the fraternal world and has developed a proactive cutting-edge program for our community. Students entering our community will the experience the Arizona Program, which addresses A strong fraternity and sorority community reinforces University’s strength.Legacy For decades, members of our four key areas: Academics, Leadership to Development, Health & Wellness, andofAdvisory Support.Greek By partnering with community have made a commitment our campus with their stewardship the institution. Alumni and our campus constituents, we will have the energy, opportunity to fully engage and sorority studentsThe positively students dedicate a large amount of time, and financial supportfraternity to the University of Arizona. UA Greek and developcontinues committed community tocitizens. be a leader in the fraternal world and has developed a proactive cutting-edge program for our community. Students entering our community will experience the Arizona Legacy Program, which addresses four key areas: Academics, Leadership Development, Health & Wellness, and Advisory Support. By partnering with

THE ARISTOTLE

our campus constituents, we will have the opportunity to fully engage fraternity and sorority students positively and develop citizens. with a personalized academic plan, which includes strategic learning This programcommitted provides participants techniques designed to improve academic success.

THE ARISTOTLE THE PARTHENON This program provides participants with a personalized academic plan, which includes strategic learning techniques designed to improve academic success.designed to prepare UA Greek Students for Global Society. The Parthenon Program is a leadership curriculum Parthenon includes courses for credit, Great Greek Weekend, and workshops on demand.

THE PARTHENON THE OLYMPIAN The Parthenon Program is a leadership curriculum designed to prepare UA Greek Students for Global Society. Parthenon includes courses credit, Great Greek Weekend andPrograms workshops on demand. This program is designed andfordelivered by Fraternity & Sorority together with UA’s award-winning Campus Health Services and funded by the Hunter White Foundation. The Hunter White Health Advocacy Program empowers individual responsibility and advances the creation of a healthy community by embracing healthy life

THE OLYMPIAN

choices.

This program is designed and delivered by Fraternity & Sorority Programs together with UA’s award-winning Campus Health Services and funded by the Hunter White Foundation. The Hunter White Health Advocacy Program

THE OR ACLE

empowers individual responsibility and advances the creation of a healthy community by embracing healthy life choices. and delivered by Fraternity & Sorority Programs together with the UA Dean of Students Office, Designed Oracle is a system-wide advisory board that supports the Greek community’s mission and chapter achievement.

THE OR ACLE Designed and delivered by Fraternity & Sorority Programs together with the UA Dean of Students Office, Oracle is a system-wide advisory board that supports the Greek community’s mission and chapter achievement.

The Bond is published annually by the University of Arizona Fraternity & Sorority Programs office at the Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 East University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85719. Volume 10, Number 1 © 2017–18 The University of Arizona and the Arizona Board of Regents


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CONTENTS Statement on Hazing.................................... 3

Panhellenic Chapter Profiles................. 17–22

Welcome......................................................... 4

100 Years of UA Greek Life........................ 22

Academics...................................................... 5

Greek Heritage Park.............................. 23–24

Standards & Expectations............................ 6

Divine 9 ................................................. 25–26

Family Guide to Going Greek....................... 7

Divine 9 Chapter Organizations ......... 27–28

Safety.............................................................. 7

United Sorority & Fraternity .............. 29–30 Council (USFC)

Q&A............................................................. 7–8 USFC Chapter Profiles........................... 31–34 Panhellenic Council (PC)........................ 9–10 Interfraternity Council (IFC)................ 35–36 Panhellenic Schedule/Calendar ................. 11 IFC Chapter Cost Comparison ................... 36 A Week in the Life of a Sorority Woman......12 IFC Schedule & FAQ.............................. 37–38 PC Recruitment Information................. 13–14 IFC Chapter Profiles............................. 39–44 PC Housing & Financial Information........ 14 Campus Map......................................... 45–46 PC Sorority Housing Cost Comparison......15 PC Sorority Q&A..................................... 15–16

Important Phone Numbers........................46

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STATEMENT ON HAZING

STATEMENT ON

HAZING No individual Wildcat should be demeaned, ridiculed, belittled or placed in a potentially harmful situation in order to be included in a group at the University of Arizona. Being part of a campus group can be one of the most meaningful aspects of student life. However, hazing is a hidden and serious problem that undermines the value of these experiences for many individuals. Hazing is a violation of the University of Arizona policy and Arizona State law. The University of Arizona will investigate any hazing report and will always hold individuals or groups accountable if they are found to be hazing. When calling or emailing it is important to include the name of the organization and as much detail as possible. Unfortunately, investigations cannot occur if the name of the organization and the type of incidents that are occurring are not provided. Fraternity & Sorority Programs has joined together with Campus Health, Residence Life, Arizona Athletics, the Parent and Family Association, and the University of Arizona Police Department to create a hazing prevention coalition on campus. To prevent hazing on campus, staff, students, faculty, and families must all work together. Information on prevention and reporting can be found on the Fraternity and Sorority Programs, Dean of Students, and Hazing Prevention Coalition websites. PLEASE REPORT HAZING TO: The Hazing Prevention Hotline 520-626-HAZE The Dean of Students 520-621-7057 Or UAPD in case of emergency or criminal activity 520-621-UAPD

Fraternity & Sorority Programs • Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404 520-621-8046 • greek.arizona.edu • UA General Information: arizona.edu


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WELCOME

WELCOME TO THE WILDCAT FAMILY! DR. TRACE CAMACHO Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Programs Panhellenic Council

On behalf of Fraternity & Sorority Programs and the University of Arizona, welcome!

520-621-0759 • fax: 520-621-0767 uofapanhellenic ArizonaPanhellenic

As an undergraduate, joining a fraternity was one of the best decisions I made. Today, as

United Sorority & Fraternity Council

Becoming part of a fraternity or sorority offers one of the most dynamic and memorable

UofAUSFC

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a student affairs professional, I have the pleasure of continuing my passion for Greek Life by working with the UA Greek Community.

experiences available to you as college student. Greek Life members participate in leadership development programs, philanthropies, and service opportunities. We hope that as a student at the University of Arizona, you consider being a part of our great

UOFARIZONA_D9 UniversityofArizonaDivine9 greeklife.arizona.edu

Greek tradition.

Interfraternity Council

make your mark on campus. I wish you all the best as you start your journey.

520-621-2934 UAUSFC UAIFC UAIFC

DR. TRACE CAMACHO

Since 1915, UA fraternity and sorority life has remained a vibrant and respected part of campus. Becoming a member of this long-standing community will give you the chance to


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ACADEMICS WHY GO GREEK? ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Greek members continue from their freshman to sophomore year at a

10%

HIGHER RATE than non-Greeks

ACADEMICS WHY GO GREEK? DEVELOPMENT

GREEK ACADEMY

Since the founding of the first fraternity in 1776, fraternities and sororities

Greek Academy is a six-session academic program designed to provide Greek

have helped college students develop strong networks of support on

students with new learning and study techniques to improve their academic

campus and beyond. Joining a fraternity or sorority will enhance your

success. Session topics include: goal setting, time management, coping with

collegiate experience by providing support and resources to help your

anxiety, exam preparation, test taking, reading, and writing.

academic, leadership, and social development.

Results include increases in: grades, student motivation, diligence,

GRADUATION & RETENTION

self-discipline, knowledge acquisition, preparation, and test taking

Greek students are significantly more likely to remain at the University

and decreases in anxiety related to school performance.

of Arizona for their sophomore year and are significantly more likely to graduate from the University of Arizona than non-Greek students.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

We are excited for you to join Greek Academy and make a commitment to academic excellence! Greek Academy will begin within the first 3 weeks of classes.

Fraternities and sororities offer many resources and programs to enhance the academic experience for their members. Minimum grade point averages are required in each chapter for joining, initiation, and

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

maintenance of good standing. Incentive programs recognize members

FRATERNITY & SORORITY PROGRAMS,

for their academic achievement and scholastic effort. Academic efforts

DOS-GREEK@EMAIL.ARIZONA.EDU

are self-evident, as approximately 30% of fraternity and sorority members receive a 3.5 GPA on average.

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STANDARDS & EXPECTATIONS EXPECTATIONS OF FRATERNITY/SORORITY CHAPTERS CHAPTER STATUS GUIDE

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EXPECTATIONS OF FRATERNITY/ SORORITY CHAPTERS AND GREEK STUDENTS:

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• Each chapter is expected to have a minimum average GPA of 2.75. • Each chapter is expected to follow all federal, state, university, and international/national/local organization laws and policies.

SPRING FLING EXECUTIVE STAFF

• Each chapter member is expected to complete

CONSISTED OF 12 MEMBERS, WITH 7

a minimum of 8 community service hours each semester.

BEING IN THE GREEK SYSTEM.

• Each new member of a fraternity or sorority is expected to attend New Member Symposium during his or her first year of membership.

STANDARDS & EXPECTATIONS

• Each new member is required to complete GreekLifeEdu, a program

The fraternity and sorority community at the University of Arizona has a long and rich history, dating back to 1915. Since that time, fraternities and sororities have had a continual and active presence on campus. In order to ensure that the fraternal community at the University of Arizona is comprised of viable values-based organizations, a set of minimum standards were developed to help guide the mission and activities of our Greek organizations. The standards take a holistic approach to evaluating chapter activities.

designed to educate students on alcohol, hazing, and sexual assault. • Each chapter member is expected to exemplify the Greek Values of Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and Friendship. • Each chapter and chapter member is expected to uphold the UA Greek Standards of Excellence and the Greek Community Standards. • Each chapter member is expected to adhere to the UA Code

They outline the minimum expectations for Greek-letter organizations to abide by and/or exceed in the following key areas: Academics, Leadership & Involvement, Global Citizenship & Human Dignity, Chapter Management, Membership Education & Development, Recruitment/Outreach, and Health

of Conduct. • Each chapter member is expected to participate in UA and Tucson community leadership and service opportunities.

& Wellness. Chapters are evaluated yearly to remain in good standing and be eligible for university awards, services, and goods. Next to each chapter’s profile in The Bond you will see a symbol that is used to distinguish each chapter’s standing in relationship to the Standards of Excellence.

PLEASE REFERENCE THIS GUIDE TO DETERMINE EACH

CHAPTER’S

STATUS

OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT (IN POINTS):

90% OF TOTAL POINTS

80% OF TOTAL POINTS

70% OF TOTAL POINTS

CHAPTER OF EXCELLENCE

CHAPTER OF ACHIEVEMENT

CHAPTER OF PROMISE

60% OF TOTAL POINTS:

PROBATIONARY CHAPTER

< 60% OF TOTAL POINTS

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FAMILY GUIDE TO GOING GREEK HELPFUL HINTS SAFETY

FAMILY GUIDE TO GOING GREEK

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‘MUDDER AND FUDDER’ (MOTHER AND FATHER) VISIT AS REFERRED TO BY THE GREEKS IN THE 1967 YEARBOOK.

Welcome to Greek Life at the University of Arizona! Your student has many opportunities for involvement, and we’re pleased that he or she is considering fraternity or sorority membership. By joining a Greek chapter, your student will be joining hundreds of other new members on our campus in search of leadership opportunities, community involvement, and life-long friendships. The fraternity or sorority experience enhances the challenges and rewards of college life. Simply put, Greek Life adds a dimension to the college experience that can’t be found in other organizations. Greek Life has a rich history on campus and is one of our most enduring traditions. UA fraternity and sorority members hold high academic standards, volunteer regularly, develop and strengthen leadership skills, create a support network, and nurture long-lasting friendships.

HELPFUL HINTS

SAFETY

• Be supportive of your student’s choice to join a fraternity or sorority and

Fraternity & Sorority Programs is dedicated to ensuring the safety of all the

the organization he or she chooses, regardless of legacies or family history. • Ask for details from your student about the financial aspects of membership. • If you have a question about fraternity or sorority life, go to the source and ask the UA Fraternity & Sorority Programs (FSP) staff. • Don’t buy into gossip or hearsay. • Encourage your student to attend programs sponsored by FSP and the Dean of Students Office. • Know the names and phone numbers of the chapter president, new member educator, big brother/big sister, chapter advisor, and house director (if applicable) once your student has joined an organization. • Talk with your student! Phone calls, emails, letters, and care packages are always appreciated. • Expect to see new t-shirts, photos, and other Greek-letter paraphernalia. • Join the Parents & Family Association! They can help you get involved with the UA and answer many questions: uafamily.arizona.edu • Attend UA Family Weekend and participate in family activities with your student’s fraternity or sorority. • Parents can also visit sororityparents.com for more information on being a parent of a sorority woman. • Talk to UA staff about hazing or other safety concerns.

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members of the UA Greek Community. During recruitment and New Member Symposium students are given information on topics such as campus safety, hazing, sexual assault prevention, and alcohol education. The FSP staff conducts workshops, and each chapter is assigned a UAPD liaison who can give presentations and act as an educational resource. Each chapter is also required to have a member serve as the health advocate, a trained peer educator who serves as a resource for chapter members. For more information on safety and students check out the UA SafeCats Program: deanofstudents.arizona.edu/uasafecats


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Q&A

Q&A For more information, visit our website or attend an info session during orientation.

Q: What are the costs associated with joining a fraternity or sorority?

A: For Interfraternity Council fraternities, new members incur one-time expenses such as an initiation fee. Recurring expenses include: chapter dues, national fees, social fees, and risk management insurance. For organizations with houses, room and board (if living in a chapter facility) may also apply. See page 36. For Panhellenic sororities, see page 15. For Divine Nine organizations, the expenses paid upon initiation may include the new member and/or initiation fee, pin fee, and national, regional, and local dues. The yearly expenses may include national, regional, and local dues, and risk management insurance. Dues and fees are not known until a student is in the intake process. For USFC chapters, the totals vary greatly. Encourage your student to inquire about each organization’s specific fees. See page 30.

Q: When can my student join a fraternity or sorority?

A: Each council’s schedules can be found in their sections. The most up-to-date information is always on the Fraternity & Sorority Programs website: greek.arizona.edu

Q: What leadership opportunities are available to Greek students?

A: As a Greek member, students have the opportunity to be a chapter and/or council officer, participate in Greek leadership classes, participate in the Parthenon Program, lead a weekend retreat, and become a peer health educator. All members are also encouraged to become involved in other student organizations, have an internship, or hold a job.

Q: Can my student live in the chapter house as a new member?

A: New members will not receive housing on fraternity or sorority property. Once a student is an initiated member, he or she will be able to participate in each organization’s housing selection process. The process usually occurs in spring and differs for each organization. Only about half of fraternities or sororities have chapter houses.

Q: What is the University’s stance on alcohol and drug abuse?

A: The University of Arizona recognizes that the use of alcoholic beverages by those of legal age is a matter of personal choice. The University requires that those who choose to drink on University property abide by state law and University regulations and expects that such individuals will conduct themselves responsibly, mindful of the rights of others.

Q: What kinds of accommodations are available for students with disabilities in fraternities and sororities?

A: Please contact Fraternity & Sorority Programs to explore disability-related access and accommodations. Many chapter facilities are fully accessible and the officer and governing councils try their best to utilize universal design when developing programs and activities. You may also contact Disability Resources for more information on accommodations.

Q: How can I find out what organizations are/have been on probationary periods?

A: To view the disciplinary status of particular organizations, visit greek.arizona.edu. If an organization is not listed on this site, the University does not recognize it.

Q: What is the University’s stance on hazing?

A: The UA seeks to promote a safe environment in which students may participate without compromising their health, safety, or welfare. Hazing is a violation of university policy and state law. For more information, see page 3.

Q: What is being done to address sexual assault and Title IX related issues?

A: Fraternity & Sorority Programs has a strong partnership with the Women’s Resource Center to provide education for all members on sexual assault prevention using a three-tiered prevention approach which address topics such as consent education, rape culture disruption, and bystander intervention.

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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL WHAT IS PANHELLENIC? HELLO FUTURE WILDCATS

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PANHELLENIC COUNCIL WHAT IS PANHELLENIC? The Panhellenic Council consists of eight executive officers from various chapters and representatives from each chapter. The Council meets biweekly to discuss current issues and upcoming events. The governing council is also responsible for local Panhellenic operations in accordance with the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). The NPC is a conference of women’s private social fraternities and sororities founded in 1902, which includes delegates from the 26 member national and international women’s fraternities and sororities. Please speak to an Executive Officer or Recruitment Counselor about any comments, questions, or concerns.

HELLO, FUTURE WILDCATS! On behalf of the UA Panhellenic Council, I would like to invite you to become a member of one of the most prestigious Greek communities in the nation. Our Panhellenic community consists of diverse and unique sororities that work to better the individuals of their chapters as well as the University and the Tucson community. Joining Greek Life is one of the most satisfying and rewarding experiences that this university can offer. Each of our sororities is unique but strives to uphold similar values and ideals while providing a secure environment with building blocks for your future college experience. As a new student to the University of Arizona, joining Greek Life was one of the best decisions I made. When I decided to participate in sorority recruitment I was familiar with the stigmas that often come with Greek Life: You pay for your friends. All we do is party. School is never focused on. But when I entered a sisterhood, I soon realized that all of these rumors could not be further from the truth. I have found my best friends, have been presented with numerous resources to excel in school, and have been encouraged by the women in Greek Life to give back, be a leader, and be a catalyst of change within the Tucson community. Welcome to the Wildcat Family. and I strongly encourage you to go Greek!

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS UA sororities are dedicated to scholastic success. In order to extend an invitation for membership, every chapter has a required minimum GPA potential members must meet. HIGH SCHOOL GPA RECOMMENDATIONS Each chapter internally requires at least a 3.0 GPA from high school. These requirements vary, so please refer to the chapter profiles. While there is no required GPA to register for recruitment, Panhellenic strongly recommends a minimum 3.0 high school GPA. The Panhellenic Council, like the University of Arizona admissions, will utilize your Core GPA. COLLEGE GPA RECOMMENDATIONS

Sincerely,

Panhellenic also recommends a 2.75 college GPA to participate in Formal Fall Recruitment. Only students

Ali Gilliland

who have been full time college students and have either

2017 Panhellenic President

transferred to or been enrolled full time at the UA should indicate a college GPA.

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ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS GPA VERIFICATION & INFORMATION

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GPA 3.37 *

*Did you know that the average high school GPA for a woman joining a sorority in past years was a 3.37 unweighted from high school and a 3.23 from college?

GPA VERIFICATION & INFORMATION VERIFICATION: Women’s GPA will be verified using the

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Core GPA from grades 9–11. Only the Core GPA will be used.

Women enjoying conversations during recruitment.

This is the same GPA that the UA Office of Admissions utilizes. GPA INCREASES: If there is a significant increase in Core GPA in grade 12, women may submit updates directly to the University of Arizona Office of Admissions at the address

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Panhellenic women in 2017

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below. Only students who have been full-time college students should include college GPA information. UA Office of Admissions

Desert Queen, Kappa Kappa Gamma

PO Box 210073 Tucson, AZ 85721-0073. FEES: Registration fees will not be returned if a woman registers for recruitment, does not meet the recommended GPA, and decides to withdraw. Questions about transcripts or GPA should be referred directly to Panhellenic at 520.621.0759. Please do not contact other departments on campus.

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SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 8AM – 6PM Move in to residence halls

6:30PM – 9PM Orientation and Optional Parent Meeting

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13* SET I / DAY 1, 8AM – 7PM Potential new members visit half of the 12 organizations.

MONDAY, AUGUST 14* SET I / DAY 2, 8AM – 5PM Potential new members visit half of the 12 organizations.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 SET II / DAY 1, PHILANTHROPY DAY, 8AM – 6PM Potential new members visit up to 9 of 12 organizations between Tuesday and Wednesday.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16* SET II /DAY 2, PHILANTHROPY DAY, 7AM – 9PM Potential new members visit up to 9 of 12 organizations between Tuesday and Wednesday.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17* SET III / THEME DAY, 8AM – 6PM Potential new members visit up to 5 of 12 organizations.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18* Day off for UA Clicks

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THE FIRST NATIONAL SORORITY CAME TO UA

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19* PREFERENCE DAY 10AM – 6PM Potential new members visit up to 2 of 12 organizations.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 20* BID DAY! 9AM – 3PM Women receive bids and attend celebrations with their chapters off campus. * All-Day Events: As scheduling is on an individual basis starting on Tuesday, it is not possible to know a woman’s daily recruitment schedule in advance. Attempts will be made to schedule around any academic conflicts.

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A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A SORORITY WOMAN

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MONDAY Today you will most likely have classes during the day with breaks for meals and studying. In the evening, all chapters hold their weekly meetings between 5:30pm and 8pm. Most chapters also have chapter dinners before their meetings, beginning around 5pm. Schedule your classes to end before 4pm so you can have time to change into the appropriate chapter attire. It is vital that you do not miss chapter meetings!

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TUESDAY – THURSDAY During the week each individual chapter maintains a unique schedule. These days will usually consist of sisterhood events, study hours, new member education sessions, and chapter committee meetings. Once you become a member, you will be able to take advantage of a variety of activities. Plan to spend at least five hours total at chapter events or meetings during the week, not including Monday night meetings.

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FRIDAY – SUNDAY Weekends for Panhellenic women are filled with community service,

A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A SORORITY WOMAN

philanthropy events, social events, and chapter events! Each chapter will have a minimum GPA that you must maintain in order to remain a member in good standing, so you want to plan out your study hours first and other sorority activities second. Managing your schedule is key to getting the most out of your sorority experience.

TIME MANAGEMENT There are many fun and exciting activities for sorority women to participate in, and it is easy to become overwhelmed, especially your first semester. Any sorority woman has to have excellent time management skills to balance family, friends, academics, sorority

As you start the recruitment process, you may be wondering what

membership, and any other activities. As a new member, tell your

being in a sorority will be like. To better prepare you for life as a sorority

new member educator or big sister if you are overwhelmed and

woman, here is a typical week’s schedule for a chapter member.

need time to study, work, or spend time with family.

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RECRUITMENT INFORMATION WHAT TO BRING

RECRUITMENT INFORMATION

WHAT TO BRING TWELVE WALLET-SIZE PHOTOS These DO NOT have to be professionally taken but should feature only you, no group shots. Color copies are fine.

WATER BOTTLE It’s important to stay hydrated!

DONATION ITEM You will be assigned an item to bring to participate in the Panhellenic donation drive. You will be sent your assignment via email after August 1st. Panhellenic supports Project SOAR through a school supply drive.

APPROPRIATE ATTIRE Visit greeklife.arizona.edu for examples or find UA Panhellenic on Pinterest: uofapanhellenic

POTENTIAL NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION Potential New Member Orientation will provide women with the schedule and all policies regarding recruitment. This is a required meeting on Saturday, August 12th, from 6:30–9pm. Women will hear educational speakers, and be divided into groups to meet with their recruitment counselors at other campus locations. (Location TBA)

PARENT & FAMILY INFORMATION MEETING

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Families of potential new members are invited to attend an informational meeting on Saturday, August 12th from 8–9pm (location TBA). Families will receive information about recruitment week events, and a general overview of UA sorority life. Families will also learn how women will obtain scholastic support, gain community and volunteer experience, establish networking relationships with alumni, and develop close friendships with chapter members. Attend to ask questions of other parents, Panhellenic officers, and UA staff.

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WHAT IS RECRUITMENT? Recruitment is an opportunity for women to visit the (NPC) Panhellenic chapters on our campus. Women will meet every chapter and learn what each has to offer. As the week continues, women attend fewer, yet longer events. At the end of the week, women will make a final decision by selecting the sorority that is right for them.


RECRUITMENT REGISTRATION DEADLINE HOUSING AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

REGISTER FOR SORORITY RECRUITMENT

PRIORITY REGISTRATION ($100 FEE): July 17

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HOUSING AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION SORORITY LIVING

FINAL REGISTRATON: August 1

The average number of active members living in a chapter house is 50, so the majority of

Register online at greeklife.arizona.edu

director (aka house mom).

No late registration will be accepted!

Chapter living facilities house only initiated members (usually sophomores and juniors).

members do not live in. Each house is managed on a day-to-day basis by a full-time house

New members live in their respective residence halls, off-campus apartments, or houses. All new members are welcome to visit the chapter house. Lunch and a specific number of dinners and weekend meals are provided to new members of housed chapters.

GET COMFORTABLE Recruitment can be long and tiring, and it’s hot in Arizona.

FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS

Make sure your attire is comfortable every day—this may

Joining a sorority is a large financial commitment. The chart on page 15 will help you

include comfortable shoes, light clothing, and sun screen.

understand sorority fees. A more detailed breakdown of sorority dues and fees is available

Dress in whatever will help you be comfortable for long days.

on the Panhellenic website (greeklife.arizona.edu). The fees are broken down by member status and by type of living arrangement.

WHO RECEIVES A BID?

Part of each member’s fees go toward expenses such as officer budgets, academic

It is highly likely that women who remain in the sorority

programming, recruitment, service projects, sisterhood activities, social functions, and

recruitment process the entire time will receive a bid, which is

special events. Each sorority includes different items in their costs, hence the differences

an invitation to join a sorority. However, the chapter may not

between chapters.

have been that woman’s first choice. It is important to keep in mind that no woman is ever guaranteed a bid. Each year there are women who are released from recruitment during the week or are not offered a bid.

The first year of membership is usually the most expensive due to one-time fees such as national initiation fees, pins, and badges. You will find that the fees for living in a sorority house are comparable, or sometimes less, than living in a residence hall or nearby apartment. When considering the financial aspects of joining a sorority, it is important to keep in mind that membership in a sorority is a different lifestyle, one that cannot be compared to living in a residence hall and being involved in other organizations.

INFORMATION DURING RECRUITMENT

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Throughout recruitment events, each sorority is asked to post an itemized financial breakdown, so please ask any questions you might have about dues and other obligations. Additionally, each sorority will post their financial information at the parent and family informational meeting.

THE AVERAGE COST TO JOIN A SORORITY WAS $500, NOT INCLUDING HOUSING.

FINANCIAL QUESTIONS

After a woman joins a chapter, please contact the chapter directly with financial questions.

If you have questions related to finances prior to recruitment, please call

Some sororities at the UA will work with you to create financial plans that meet your individual needs. Dues and fees for

the Panhellenic Office and speak to one of our Panhellenic executive officers

the semester are required to be paid in full each semester. Many chapters will only discuss finances with chapter members

at 520-621-0759.

and not parents or family members.

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SORORITY HOUSING COMPARISON CHART

SORORITY HOUSING COST COMPARISON (all costs are per semester)

SORORITY CHAPTER Alpha Chi Omega

Alpha Delta Pi

Alpha Epsilon Phi

Alpha Phi

Chi Omega

Delta Delta Delta

Delta Gamma

Gamma Phi Beta

Kappa Alpha Theta

NEW MEMBER (NO HOUSING)

ACTIVE (CHAPTER HOUSE)

ACTIVE (NO HOUSING)

$2,154

$3,519

$1,819

9 MEALS/WK

14 MEALS/WK

9 MEALS/WK

$2,206

$4,103

$1,963

10 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

10 MEALS/WK

$2,345

$3,760

$2,010

10 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

10 MEALS/WK

$2,500

$3,515

$2,208

12 MEALS/WK

12 MEALS/WK

12 MEALS/WK

$2,157

$3,057

$1,773

10 MEALS/WK

17 MEALS/WK

10 MEALS/WK

$2,541

$3,600

$1,970

9 MEALS/WK

14 MEALS/WK

9 MEALS/WK

$1,722

$3,487

$1,566

10 MEALS/WK

12 MEALS/WK

10 MEALS/WK

$2,086

$3,050

$1,575

9 MEALS/WK

16 MEALS/WK

9 MEALS/WK

$2,120

$3,658

$1,943

14 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

14 MEALS/WK

INCLUDED

Q&A SORORITY MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT Q: What is early bird registration? A: Early registration on July 17 will allow Panhellenic to guarantee your shirt, more time to verify your GPA, and follow up with questions. Q: How much does Membership Recruitment Cost? A: The registration fee is $100 through August 1. There is no late registration and there are no refunds. Q: Why is there a fee to go through Recruitment? A: This fee includes a t-shirt, registration and computer processing fees, as well as evening programming activities, security, one lunch, and supplies for recruitment. These fees are non-refundable. Q: Are individual pictures necessary for Membership Recruitment? A: Yes. Please bring 12 wallet-sized copies of a recent photo of yourself to the Potential New Member Orientation. Photos do not need to

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Phi Beta Chi

$2,172

$4,392

$1,500

11 MEALS/WK

16 MEALS/WK

11 MEALS/WK

$550

be professionally taken. Q: How do I know if the Panhellenic Council has received my online registration form?

$250

A: Email confirmations are sent as soon as you finish the online registration. If you do not

Pi Beta Phi

Sigma Kappa

$2,138

$3,640

$1,363

14 MEALS/WK

14 MEALS/WK

14 MEALS/WK

$2,080

$4,285

$1,820

15 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

receive confirmation, please call the office at 520-621-0759.

*These figures were current at press time. Fees may be subject to change.

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Q: Where do I live before and during

Q: How do I notify Residence Life about

NEW MEMBER NO HOUSING

Recruitment?

moving in early for Recruitment?

For new sorority members living in a residence

A: Potential new members should be moved into

A: You won’t need to. If you are living in the

hall or off campus, the figures shown represent

their permanent living arrangements for the year

residence halls, Fraternity & Sorority Programs will

sorority fees paid for one semester, on top of

before recruitment begins.

notify Residence Life that you will be moving in on

all other university, Residence Life or housing

Q: What are Recommendations? Do I need them

Saturday, August 12th. You do not need to contact

costs (includes one-time fees).

to participate in Membership Recruitment?

Residence Life.

A: A Recommendation is a letter of introduction

Q: Where can I get additional information

from a former sorority member (alumna) written

ACTIVE CHAPTER HOUSE

about moving into the residence halls?

For active sorority members living in a chapter

A: Please visit www.life.arizona.edu.

house, the figures shown represent sorority

about a potential new member. This letter or form tells the sorority more about your personality, academics, and activities. Alumnae will be able to obtain a form (often a letter is sufficient) supplied by the sorority’s national office. Although recommendations are a benefit to the potential new member, they are not required. Recommendations should be sent by the alumna directly to the address on the Panhellenic website.

fees for one semester paid for room, board,

MEAL PLANS & OTHER FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS Q: Do I need to purchase a pre-paid UA Meal Plan if I join a sorority? A: Sorority houses have their own meal plan programs, so it is not necessary to purchase a UA Meal Plan. However, snacks and weekend meals

LIVING ON CAMPUS

are not included, and you may want to purchase a

Q: When can I move into my residence hall?

We recommend the commuter meal plan. For more

A: If you are living in a residence hall during the

info go to: union.arizona.edu/mealplans

academic year, you may move into your hall on

Q: What if I need to spread out my payments?

campus meal plan for missed meals and extra food.

Saturday, August 12th during your move-in time,

financial plans that meet your needs. Dues and fees

move-in” fee will be charged for each day by

for the semester are required to be paid in full each

Residence Life and will be billed directly to your

semester, or prior to initiation. Q: Why are some sororities more expensive?

Q: What time do I move in?

A: Chapter dues vary widely because of

A: You will have a specific one hour time window

differences in meal plans, the size of the

to move in. We ask you to come some time during

chapter structure itself, as well as whether or

that window to make the process easier for you

not social functions and programming fees are

and other students.

included.

local phone

philanthropy

t-shirt

social

ACTIVE NO HOUSING For active sorority members living in a residence hall, apartment, or house off-campus, the figures shown represent sorority fees for one semester paid on top of all otherliving expenses.

A: Some sororities will work with you to create

which you will get in late July. A $50 daily “early

Student Bursar Account.

dues, meals, etc.

IN 1965

THE AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL FOR ACTIVES IN A SORORITY HOUSE WAS

$104.91

local/national dues

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PANHELLENIC CHAPTERS

ALPHA CHI OMEGA Alpha Chi Omega is devoted to enriching the lives of members through lifetime opportunities of friendship, leadership, learning, and service. This is an organization about you: unique, talented, genuine women looking for a fun and meaningful way to enhance your college experience. It’s also about real, strong women who stand by your side, cheer you on and lead you to a lifetime of fun, fulfillment, leadership, and inspiration.

ADDRESS

1775 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

November 15, 2013

NICKNAME

Alpha Chi

PHILANTHROPY

domestic violence awareness

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 15, 1885

REQUIRED GPA

H.S: 3.0, C: 2.5

ALPHA DELTA PI Alpha Delta Pi was founded as the first secret society in the world for collegiate women upon four principles: scholarship, leadership, service to others, and sisterhood. The principles established by our founders in 1851 are enduring standards exemplifying the highest ideals of womanhood. Alpha Delta Pi is more than a ritual and more than a symbol; it is a way of life. While first you become a part of Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Delta Pi then becomes a part of you.

ADDRESS

1443 E First St., Tucson,AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

August 2008

NICKNAME

A D Pi

PHILANTHROPY

Ronald McDonald House

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

May 15, 1851

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

ALPHA EPSILON PHI Alpha Epsilon Phi is a chapter filled with sisterhood, dedication, and diversity, made up of women from all around the country. AEPhi upholds its values of growth, fellowship, and sisterhood. In AEPhi, women have the chance to enhance their leadership skills through chairmanships, philanthropies, as well as executive board positions. Alpha Epsilon Phi was derived from the Greek words AEI ESTO PHILO meaning “May Friendship Be Everlasting.”

ADDRESS

1071 N Mountain Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

December 14, 1940

NICKNAME

AEPhi

PHILANTHROPY

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 24, 1909

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

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ALPHA PHI When you join Alpha Phi, you join a worldwide network of chapters, alumni and other college women. Membership in Alpha Phi opens the door to new and exciting opportunities during college and beyond. Sisters share a commitment to excellence and a strong desire to help one another and their communities. Alpha Phis are leaders, scholars, contributors and lifetime members of a sisterhood that values these traits.

ADDRESS

1339 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1926

NICKNAME

Alpha Phi

PHILANTHROPY

Alpha Phi Foundation Cardiac Care

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 10, 1872

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

CHI OMEGA Chi Omega thrives on our founding purposes: friendship, high standards of personnel, sincere learning and creditable scholarship, career development, participation in campus activities, and community service. We are proud to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation, both on a local and national level. Founded in 1895, Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world. Being a sister in Chi Omega offers unforgettable friendships and experiences that truly last a lifetime. We are sisters inspired by our values who serve the world while keeping Chi Omega ever at heart. ADDRESS

1420 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1922

NICKNAME

Chi-O

PHILANTHROPY

Make-A-Wish Foundation

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 5, 1895

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

DELTA DELTA DELTA Delta Delta Delta was founded on the ideals of lasting friendships and continual growth of its members. The purpose of Delta Delta Delta is to help develop members' character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way. The chapter is proud of the year-round philanthropic efforts to support the the children of St. Jude. Delta Delta Delta members are proud Wildcats and proud to live their purpose!

ADDRESS

1541 E Second St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

October 26, 1946

NICKNAME

Tri Delta

PHILANTHROPY

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

Thanksgiving Eve, 1888

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.5

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DELTA GAMMA Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility, and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character.

ADDRESS

1448 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1923

NICKNAME

Dee-Gee

PHILANTHROPY

Service for Sight

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

December 1873

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

GAMMA PHI BETA Members of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority are proud of our rich and accomplished history, dating back to our founding in 1874. During an era when women were discouraged from attending college, four bold and courageous friends came together to form a women’s society. The women at the University of Arizona proudly carry on this legacy through their dedication to building confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around us.

ADDRESS

1535 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

April 29, 1922

NICKNAME

Gamma Phi, G Phi

PHILANTHROPY

Girls on the Run

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

November 11, 1874

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.75

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2

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Delta Gamma House in 1923 Delta Delta Delta taken from 1971 Yearbook

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KAPPA ALPHA THETA Kappa Alpha Theta was founded in 1870 as the first Greek-letter fraternity for women. Kappa Alpha Theta values the history and long tradition of leading the way for women’s groups and women in higher education. Kappa Alpha Theta strives for: intellectual ambition, exemplifying the widest influence for good, personal excellence, and leadership.

ADDRESS

1050 N Mountain Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1917

NICKNAME

Theta

PHILANTHROPY

CASA

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

January 27, 1870

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 3.0

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women which seeks for every member throughout her life: bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles. As a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, one will create unforgettable memories and friendships that will truly last a lifetime.

ADDRESS

1435 E Second St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1920

NICKNAME

Kappa

PHILANTHROPY

Reading is Fundamental, Rose McGill Fund

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 13, 1870

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.3, C: 3.0

PHI BETA CHI Phi Beta Chi supports young women socially, spiritually, and academically. They are the recipients of the national Spiritual Growth Award and have been recognized for academic excellence at the University of Arizona, having one of the highest Greek Life grade point averages. Phi Beta Chi values church, chapter, and community and is a tight-knit sisterhood of young women with fine standards.

ADDRESS

Student Union Memorial Center, Rm 404

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

May 1, 2005

NICKNAME

Beta Chi

PHILANTHROPY

YMCA and Bethesda Lutheran Home

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

March 26, 1978

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.0, C: 2.5

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PI BETA PHI At the basis of the Pi Beta Phi experience are six core values: Integrity, Lifelong Commitment, Honor and Respect, Personal and Intellectual Growth, Philanthropic Service to Others, and Sincere Friendship. Since the start of the Arizona Alpha Chapter in 1917, women continued to build a strong foundation of sisterhood. Pi Phi raises money for the Read > Lead > Achieve® Initiative, which inspires a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true potential, creating a more literate and productive society.

ADDRESS

1035 N Mountain Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

1917

NICKNAME

Pi Phi

PHILANTHROPY

The Read > Lead > Achieve® Initiative

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 28, 1867

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.2, C: 2.85

SIGMA KAPPA The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact their communities. Sigma Kappas are respected leaders, who are a positive influence, and well rounded in their academic, social, and philanthropic endeavors. Sigma Kappa is bound together by sincere lifelong friendship, personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty.

ADDRESS

1588 E First St., Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

May 14, 1978

NICKNAME

Sigma Kappa

PHILANTHROPY

Alzheimer’s Association

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

November 9, 1874

REQUIRED GPA

HS: 3.1, C: 2.9

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In 1915 the University of Arizona welcomed the first national organization, Kappa Sigma, and in 2015 the community celebrated 100 years of fraternity and sorority life at the University. The fraternity and sorority community has been home to more than 90 organizations since it began in 1915 and there are over 50,000 alumni who have been members of our Wildcat Greek community! The last 100 years have been marked with traditions of excellence and Wildcat pride. The memories of bid days, candle passes, and events with chapter brothers and sisters remain for members many decades after they graduate. These connections are the bonds that tie all Greeks together. Fraternities and sororities inspire members to leave a lasting legacy so that future Wildcats can follow in their footsteps. The UA Greek Community is flourishing, and membership is at an all-time high. The UA Greek Community will be celebrated for years to come in the Geraldo Rivera Greek Heritage Park which opened in Fall 2016. All past and present organizations will be honored and collegiate members, alumni, and families will have the opportunity to honor an organization or individual. Visit uagreek100.com for more information.

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THE GERALDO RIVERA GREEK HERITAGE PARK The Geraldo Rivera Greek Heritage Park is a lasting presence on campus representing our heritage, traditions, and collective achievements over the past century and commemorating 100 years of strong foundations and future leaders at the University of Arizona. The park is a place to recognize the over 90 organizations that have been a part of the Greek community as well as the over 50,000 members of the UA Greek community. An open space has been converted into a functional center in the heart of the Greek Vil­lage that is also be used for chapter and community events, fund development, and donor recognition. This park is truly a Greek community park that can be used for pinning ceremonies, alumni installations, and Founderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day celebrations.


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DIVINE 9 WELCOME, WILDCATS! DIVINE 9 MEET THE GREEKS

DIVINE 9 WELCOME, WILDCATS! The members of the Divine Nine organizations at the University of Arizona congratulates you on your acceptance to this prestigious institution. The decision to attend a university, as well as joining any Greek letter organization, is a huge — but abundantly rewarding — decision. We want to invite you to explore the experiences that historically African-American fraternities and sororities offer. Each organization places exceptional value on their grand history and traditions as well as lifelong membership. Bonds are forged for life between chapter members and council organizations. Our brotherhoods and sisterhoods scale the globe, but at the UA, our common goal is to be a proactive and progressive force through the community by engaging in public service, maintaining scholastic excellence, and interacting positively with our fellow students. The African American Greek-letter movement began in the early 1900s on to provide black students with opportunities for meaningful cultural interactions and to work together to render services to improve the conditions in their local environments. Although the organizations that make up the Divine Nine are historically African American, by no means does that define who we accept into our community. We welcome, encourage and accept interests from all walks of life. We recommend that you research the organizations that interest you by visiting their respective websites. If being a part of the Divine Nine — or any Greek organization — is not for you, please be assured that you have a friend in us as fellow scholars of the UA. Regardless of your decision to join one of the the Divine Nine organizations or not, note that we are still here to assist in your transition to the university. Good luck in your decision and journey of this next and wondrous stage of your life!

DIVINE 9 MEET THE GREEKS Each semester the council hosts the Divine 9 “Meet the Greeks” Informational, showcasing each organization for prospective members. Come hear from Divine 9 members and advisors, and visit with each organization. This event allows for personal interaction, information sharing, and exposure to Fraternity & Sorority Programs for interested students. Meet the Greeks is just one part of Divine 9 Week, which provides many opportunities for interested students to meet Divine 9 chapter members and learn about the organizations through events showcasing the Divine 9’s collective values.

Visit greeklife.arizona.edu and complete the Intake Interest Form to receive more information on Divine 9 events and member organizations

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INTAKE PARTICIPATING IN INTAKE WAYS TO LEARN ABOUT EACH ORGANIZATION

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MINIMUM

GPA 2.50

SERVICE HOURS, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT, AND CAMPUS LEADERSHIP

INTAKE

PARTICIPATING IN INTAKE

Intake is the process of joining one of the Divine 9

Typically, a student must have achieved the following in order to take part:

fraternities or sororities, and the process differs for each group. Intake may include interviews, group activities, and study of group values/traditions, with the involvement of both undergraduates and advisors. Groups enter the Intake process at various times during the academic year.

• At least second semester freshman status • A minimum 2.50 cumulative college GPA • Various other requirements, including service hours, community involvement, and campus leadership

WAYS TO LEARN ABOUT EACH OF THE ORGANIZATIONS • Explore the national websites of each of the organizations

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Divine 9 members celebrate MLK Jr. Day

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Divine 9 members attending the National Black Greek Leadership Conference

• Attend Meet the Greeks and other council or chapter events • Learn more about the philanthropy and service focus of each organization • Meet current members and attend chapter sponsored events

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DIVINE 9 ORGANIZATIONS

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INCORPORATED

Iota Tau Chapter

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was founded as the first historically black sorority. Its mission is to cultivate high scholastic and ethical standards, promote unity and friendship, study and alleviate problems concerning girls and women, maintain a progressive interest in college life, and be of “Service to All Mankind.” The Iota Tau chapter fulfills this mission through service projects and personal development focused on scholarship, leadership, sisterhood, and service. NICKNAME

AKA

PHILANTHROPY

UNA-USA, Africare, Alzheimer’s Disease

FOUNDED

January 15, 1908 (national) / May 7, 1975 (local)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.5, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: IOTATAU.AKA@GMAIL.COM

AKA1908.COM

ALPHA PHI ALPHA

Zeta Theta Chapter

Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American men, was founded by seven college men who recognized the need for brotherhood among African descendants in the U.S. Alphas live out the three aims of the organization— manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind—to develop leaders, promote brotherhood and academic excellence, and provide service and advocacy for communities.

NICKNAME

Alphas

PHILANTHROPY

Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Boy Scouts of America, A Voteless People is a Hopeless People, Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College

FOUNDED

December 4, 1906 (national) / April 12, 1968 (local)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.5, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: GREG1906@GMAIL.COM

DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INCORPORATED

Mu Eta Chapter

Delta Sigma Theta has distinguished itself as an organization that confronts the challenges of African Americans, and all Americans, through programs addressing education, health, international development, and strengthening of the African American family. It provides an array of public service initiatives through its Five-Point Program: Thrust of Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement.

NICKNAME

Deltas

PHILANTHROPY

Delta Academy, Delta GEMS, Financial Fortitude, Healthy Lifestyle, Mission Hospital, Voting Rights, and many more!

FOUNDED

January 13, 1913 (national) / May 10, 1975 (local)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.75, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: DELTASIGMATHETAMUETA@GMAIL.COM

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KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INCORPORATED

Delta Omicron Chapter

Kappa Alpha Psi unites college men of culture, patriotism, and honor in a bond of fraternity. With the fraternity’s fundamental purpose of achievement, members of Kappa Alpha Psi have gone on to become doctors, lawyers, scholars, politicians, activists, entrepreneurs, and professional athletes. Kappas have also been tirelessly committed to service of the public interest, raising more than $1 million for St. Jude Children’s Hospital..

NICKNAME

Kappas, Nupes

PHILANTHROPY

The Piney Woods School, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Kappa Achievement Academy, Habitat for Humanity

FOUNDED

January 5, 1911 (national)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.5, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: DELTAOMICRONKAPSI@GMAIL.COM

KAPPAALPHAPSI1911.COM

OMEGA PSI PHI

Alpha Epsilon Chapter

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., adopting the motto "friendship is essential to the soul.” For more than 100 years, the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity has been a leading organization for achieving academic excellence, developing leaders, and promoting brotherhood. These educated men are dedicated to our Cardinal Principles of manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and uplift.

NICKNAME

Omega, Ques

PHILANTHROPY

Omega Charities benefiting young Black males

FOUNDED

November 17, 1911 (nat'l) / October 1, 1946 (local)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.5, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: CHALEQUE@COMCAST.NET

ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INCORPORATED

Pi Xi Chapter

The Pi Xi chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is dedicated to the principles of service, sisterhood, scholarship, and Finer Womanhood. The women of Pi Xi Chapter stress the importance of education, personal development for women in all areas of their lives, as well as community service and unity. With a humble and positive attitude, the women of Pi Xi chapter are proud to serve the university, local, and global community.

NICKNAME

The Zetas

PHILANTHROPY

March of Dimes

FOUNDED

January 16, 1920 (nat'l) / March 30, 1991 (local)

REQUIRED GPA

C: 2.5, minimum

FOR MORE INFORMATION: PIXIZPHIB@GMAIL.COM

PIXIZPHIB.WIXSITE.COM/PIXIZPHIB

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UNITED SORORITY & FRATERNITY COUNCIL (USFC) Dear UA Students, The United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) welcomes you to the University of Arizona! USFC serves to unite the identity based fraternity and sorority chapters on campus and promote academics, community service, and personal enhancement. Within the council there are a variety of organizations celebrating a multitude of identities and cultures including Native American, historically Black, Latino/a, Asian-American, LGBTQ+ and multicultural fraternities and sororities. With so many options you are sure to find your home away from home where you will find friends, family, and support that will last a lifetime.

FOUNDED

2007

DIVERSE GREEK ORGS

Greek life contributes many opportunities for our members’ college careers including expanding their network with faculty, developing leadership skills, and meeting new people here at the University of Arizona. As a member of the Greek community you will grow as a leader by learning how to work with others, participating in service events, organizing events, and if you decide to serve on a governing council, such as USFC, being the voice of the Greek community. USFC has been one of the most memorable parts of my college career because of these opportunities. We hope to hear from you soon, and I strongly encourage you to go Greek and create lifelong bonds! Bear Down,

WHAT IS USFC? The United Sorority & Fraternity Council was founded on the University of Arizona campus in the spring of 2007. USFC is currently composed of diverse Greek organizations, allowing them a voice and a connection on a more direct level with the University. USFC and all of its member chapters are headquartered at the Student Union Memorial Center, Room 404 (Center for Student Involvement & Leadership). You are also welcome to contact the presidents of the chapter(s) you are interested in.

Teresita Sanchez

USFC WEEK

2017 USFC President

Join us on the UA Mall September 4–8 to see some of the traditions that represent the organizations within USFC. Visit greeklife.arizona.edu and complete the Intake Interest Form

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USFC CHAPTER COST & REQUIREMENT COMPARISON

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USFC CHAPTER COSTS & REQUIREMENT COMPARISON

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ACTIVE MEMBER DUES*

HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE

Alpha Phi Gamma

$345

$325

2.5/2.5

Alpha Pi Omega

$385

$365

na/2.3

Delta Chi Lambda

$325

$225

2.5/2.5

Gamma Alpha Omega

$230

$250

2.75/2.75

Gamma Rho Lambda

$220

$220

na/2.5

Kappa Delta Chi

$350

$330

na/2.5

Lambda Theta Alpha

$380

$155

na/2.6

Sigma Lambda Gamma

$300

$300

na/2.7

Theta Nu Xi

$400

$145

na/2.5

NEW MEMBER DUES*

ACTIVE MEMBER DUES*

MEMBER GPA REQ. HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE

Delta Lambda Phi

$350

$480

na/2.0

Epsilon Sigma Rho

$175

$175

2.5/2.5

Lambda Theta Phi

$375

$160

na/3.0

Pi Alpha Phi

$200

$200

na/2.75

Sigma Lambda Beta

$180

$180

na/2.75

FRATERNITY CHAPTER

INCLUDED

INCLUDED

United Sorority & Fraternity Council Members

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MEMBER GPA REQ.

NEW MEMBER DUES*

SORORITY CHAPTER

2

(all costs are per semester)

USFC Chapter members

LEGEND:

philanthropy

t-shirt

social

national/local dues

*These figures were current at press time. Fees may be subject to change.

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ALPHA PHI GAMMA Alpha Phi Gamma’s Delta Chapter is the first Asian American Interest Sorority at the UA and in the State of Arizona. The purpose of Alpha Phi Gamma is to bring together all women of different nationalities through bonds of friendship and sisterhood and to provide service and Asian Awareness to the University and surrounding communities for the betterment of society. It promotes scholarship and academic excellence, personal development and leadership. FOR MORE INFORMATION: UAAPHIGPRESIDENT@GMAIL.COM NICKNAME

A Phi G

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

June 20, 2000

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

February 4, 1994

PHILANTHROPY

Fight Against Violence Towards Women

ALPHA PI OMEGA SORORITY, INC. Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc is a sisterhood of American Indian women who are committed to each other, their communities, tribes, families, academic excellence and self-empowerment. The Zeta Chapter sisters support the fundamental principles of Alpha Pi Omega: respecting Native American traditions, supporting self-renewal through continuous education, honoring the Creator, and addressing critical issues facing our Native communities and society at large. FOR MORE INFORMATION: ZETAAPIO.WIXSITE.COM/APIOZETA NICKNAME

APiO, Pis

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

May 27, 2006

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

September 1, 1994

PHILANTHROPY

National Indian Education Association

DELTA CHI LAMBDA Founded at the University of Arizona, Delta Chi Lambda exists to bring positive Asian American awareness to the university and local community. D Chi L strongly emphasizes leadership roles among Asian Americans by striving to become leaders and mature young women through our activities. The chapter provides members with a lifetime of sisterhood and loyalty that will endure for years after they leave the university. FOR MORE INFORMATION: DELTACHILAMBDA.ORG

NICKNAME

D Chi L

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

October 12, 2000

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 12, 2000

PHILANTHROPY

United Nation’s World Food Programme

10 YEARS OF USFC 31

February marks the 10th anniversary of the United Sorority & Fraternity Council (USFC) at the University of Arizona! The USFC was established February 20, 2007 by the founding chapters: Delta Lambda Phi, Gamma Alpha Omega, Kappa Delta Chi, Lambda Theta Phi, Pi Alpha Phi, Sigma Lambda Beta, and Sigma Lambda Gamma. To celebrate this historic event, the USFC is conducting a Crowdfund fundraiser. This campaign will provide resources to both chapters and members so that they can be even more successful at the UA.

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philanthropy

t-shirt

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DELTA LAMBDA PHI SOCIAL FRATERNITY Delta Lambda Phi Social Fraternity was founded by gay men for all men. DLP is a thriving international organization with chapters all over North America. Above all, Delta Lambda Phi is set apart by the quality of its brothers, as well as the lifelong bonds of friendship and support that are unique to this organization. For over 25 years, Delta Lambda Phi has offered men the opportunity to lead, to grow, and to form lifelong bonds of friendship with other like-minded men. FOR MORE INFORMATION: OMEGA.CHAPTER@GMAIL.COM DLP.ORG NICKNAME

Del Phi, DLP

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

August 27, 2005

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

October 15, 1986

PHILANTHROPY

The Southern Arizona AIDS Fdn. and the Trevor Project

EPSILON SIGMA RHO MULTICULTURAL FRATERNITY, INC. Epsilon Sigma Rho Multicultural Fraternity, Inc., prides itself for its acceptance of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender expression, sexual orientation, or disability. The fraternity is built on the foundation of Education, Strength, Respect, and giving young men the tools they need to succeed. Epsilon Sigma Rho succeeds through its core value of acceptance of all people, and truly immersing its members in cultural experiences. FOR MORE INFORMATION: FACEBOOK.COM/EPSILONSIGMARHO/ NICKNAME

Epsilon Sigma Rho

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

August 1, 2014

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

March 2, 1986

PHILANTHROPY

Zero Prostate Cancer Foundation

GAMMA ALPHA OMEGA For over 20 years of sisterhood Gamma Alpha Omega has inspired women of all races to realize their full potential by living out the motto “Nos Una Crescemus” (United We Will Grow). At the University of Arizona the Beta Chapter sisters of Gamma Alpha Omega are highly involved both in and out of the classroom and recognized for its achievements and dedication to the virtues of Honesty, Integrity, Leadership, Scholarship and Unity. FOR MORE INFORMATION: BETA.RECRUITMENTCHAIR@GMAIL.COM GAOBETA.WIX.COM/UNIVERSITYOFARIZONA NICKNAME

Gamma, GAO

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

August 8, 1993

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

January 25, 1993

PHILANTHROPY

Big Brothers Big Sisters

GAMMA RHO LAMBDA Gamma Rho Lambda is a national social sorority for Queer, Trans, Nonbinary, and allied students. Gamma Rho Lambda national strives to exemplify the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, while providing a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support and community service. FOR MORE INFORMATION: GAMMARHOLAMBDA.ORG UARIZONA@GAMMARHOLAMBDA.ORG NICKNAME

GRL

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

2016

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

November 20, 2003

PHILANTHROPY

The Trevor Project

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KAPPA DELTA CHI SORORITY, INC. Kappa Delta Chi is a sorority founded upon four distinct values: Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. For over twenty years Kappa Delta Chi has dedicated itself to serving the community and exceeding academically at the University of Arizona. KDChi became the first Latina-founded, service-based sorority to be recognized at the UA and today they are inclusive of all ethnicities and races. FOR MORE INFORMATION: DELTA.NME@KAPPADELTACHI.ORG

NICKNAME

K D Chi

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

November 9, 1991

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 6, 1987

PHILANTHROPY

American Cancer Society

DELTAKDCHI.COM

LAMBDA THETA ALPHA LATIN SORORITY, INC. Lambda Theta Alpha was the first academic-based, Latin sorority established in 1975. LTA promotes the principles of Unity, Love, and Respect. Lambda Theta Alpha is "Latin by tradition, not by definition." LTA is the voice of the universal woman. Lambda Theta Alpha empowers women, creates leaders, and serves the community. FOR MORE INFORMATION: LTAEPSILONKAPPA.WIX.COM/EK

NICKNAME

LTA, Lambda Ladies

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

April 17, 2010

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

December 1975

PHILANTHROPY

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Chapter

LAMBDA THETA PHI LATIN FRATERNITY, INC. Lambda Theta Phi is a Latino-founded multicultural fraternity focused on community service and the personal and professional development of its members. The ideals of the brotherhood are Academic Excellence, Brotherhood, Leadership, Latino Unity and Service. On a daily basis, the brothers live up to these ideals and contribute through events such as the chapter’s annual 24-hour toy drive for local Tucson children during the holiday season. FOR MORE INFORMATION: THELAMBDAS.ORG

NICKNAME

Lambdas

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

February 27, 2005

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

December 1, 1975

PHILANTHROPY

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

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PI ALPHA PHI Pi Alpha Phi is dedicated to its five pillars: Brotherhood, Academic Excellence, Philanthropy, Leadership, and Asian American Awareness. Pi Alpha Phi was established in 1929 and is proud of its storied past and promising future, which centers on the development and brotherhood that goes far beyond the university setting. Pi Alpha Phi is a proud organization that holds its members to the highest standards. FOR MORE INFORMATION: UAPIALPHAPHI.COM NICKNAME

PAPhi

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

November 11, 2002

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

1929

PHILANTHROPY

Habitat for Humanity’s “A Day of Caring”

SIGMA LAMBDA BETA INTERNATIONAL FRATERNITY, INC. Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. embraces the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service, and Cultural Awareness. The mission of SLB is to nurture and further a dynamic, values-based environment which utilizes the historically Latino-based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people. Sigma Lambda Beta believes in fairness, opportunity and equality among all men, no matter their race, culture, sexual orientation, or faith. FOR MORE INFORMATION: SIGMALAMBDAGAMMA.COMT NICKNAME

Betas, Lambda Betas

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

September 20, 1997

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 4, 1986

PHILANTHROPY

Victor Correa CPR Awareness

SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA NATIONAL SORORITY, INC. Sigma Lambda Gamma strives to be the premier organization committed to providing a mechanism of empowerment to all women. Sigma Lambda Gamma promotes academic excellence and higher education for all women via a dedication and incorporation of the sorority principles—Academics, Community Service, Cultural Awareness, Morals & Ethics, and Social Interaction—in our lives. FOR MORE INFORMATION: FACEBOOK.COM/SLG.BG NICKNAME

SLG, Gammas

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

March 8, 2003

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 9, 1990

PHILANTHROPY

Breast Cancer Awareness, Lupus Foundation

THETA NU XI MULTICULTURAL SORORITY, INC. Theta Nu Xi exists to promote leadership, multiculturalism and self-improvement through academic excellence, involvement in, and service to the campus and community, as well as being living examples of sisterhood across different races, cultures, religions, backgrounds and lifestyles. The Mu chapter at the University of Arizona is proud to live out the motto of the organization, “Sisters of diversity together as ONE!” FOR MORE INFORMATION: TNXMUCHAPTER.WIX.COM/UATNX NICKNAME

Theta Nu

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

December 2, 2001

FOUNDED (NATIONAL)

April 11, 1997

PHILANTHROPY

Girls for a Change

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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC) Dear potential fraternity members, Welcome. The University of Arizona has a rich history with tradition that complements the incredible academic environment that is offered at this institution to provide the best college experience possible. One of the oldest traditions that the University of Arizona has is Greek Life. Beginning in 1915, fraternities have fostered an environment conducive to developing men of scholarship, leadership, service, and brotherhood. These four pillars are the foundation on which our community is built and continues to shape our organizations to this day. Each IFC fraternity has something unique to offer you but each strives to develop men and leaders of integrity. All IFC organizations were founded around academics and succeeding through cooperation and brotherhood. This foundation has not been lost as the main focus of every member of Greek Life is to be a student first and obtain a higher education from a renowned university. Greeks have proven to be incredible leaders both in and out of the classroom. An important aspect of joining Greek Life is a commitment to philanthropy in order to give back to the UA and Tucson communities. One of the most obvious advantages to joining a fraternity here at the University of Arizona is development of a vast networking environment through leadership opportunities within your chapter, campus, community, and beyond. This networking group will provide students a positive environment to grow intellectually and academically while cooperating with others to accomplish one's goals and aspirations. I cannot imagine my time here at the UA without making the pivotal choice to join Greek Life. This journey has shaped me into the man I have become today. This has without a doubt enriched my college experience and benefited my future in ways that can only be seen with time. Be the best version of you, Go Greek, and Bear Down.

GPA

2.75*

Fraternally, Lucas Neff

*The minimum GPA required to join an IFC Fraternity

2017 Interfraternity Council President

is a 2.75 out of High School or a College GPA of a 2.5. More information on page 38

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IFC CHAPTER COSTS & REQUIREMENT COMPARISON FRATERNITY CHAPTER Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Sigma Phi Beta Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Order Kappa Sigma Omega Delta Phi Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Tau Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi

1

Men of the Interfraternity

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Council present their annual donation to the Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

Sigma Alpha Mu Sigma Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Tau Gamma

LEGEND:

NEW MEMBER DUES*

$2,350

ACTIVE MEMBER (HOUSING)

NEW MEMBER GPA REQ. HIGH SCHOOL

15 MEALS/WK

15 MEALS/WK

$1,500

3.0/2.5

$850

$800

$800

2.75/2.5

$1,500

$2,915

$1,350

2.75/2.5

$1,600

2.75/2.75

$2,300

2.75/3.0

5 MEALS/WK

$1,767

2.75 /2.5

$250

2.75/2.5

9 MEALS/WK

$1,100

2.75/2.5

$850

2.75/2.5

$1,000

$2,000

$2,400

5 MEALS/WK

$1,767

5 MEALS/WK

$3,500

9 MEALS/WK

$4,600

10 MEALS/WK

$4,817

14 MEALS/WK

$250 $1,200

9 MEALS/WK

$1,000

9 MEALS/WK

$940 $1,850

$3,785

9 MEALS/WK

5 MEALS/WK

11 MEALS/WK

11 MEALS/WK

11 MEALS/WK

2.75/2.5

unavailable

unavailable

unavailable

unavailable

$2,500

13 MEALS/WK

$1,800

5 MEALS/WK

$2,600

13 MEALS/WK

$1,000

10 MEALS/WK

$4,376

13 MEALS/WK

$1,100

5 MEALS/WK

$6,000

13 MEALS/WK

$5,030

10 MEALS/WK

$750

$2,256

3.0/2.5

$1,350

3.0/2.75

$2,300

2.75/2.5

10 MEALS/WK

$850

3.0/3.0

$420

3.0/2.75

13 MEALS/WK

5 MEALS/WK

13 MEALS/WK

Theta Chi

$1,099

$2,060

$1,314

2.75/2.75

$1,400

$5,000

$1,150

2.75/2.5

$900

2.75 /2.75

$1,300

2.75 /2.5

$1,000

3.0/2.75

parking

meal plan

Theta Delta Chi

local phone

philanthropy

Theta Xi

t-shirt

social

$900

Zeta Beta Tau

$1,700

Zeta Psi

$1,200

national/local dues

$6,000

15 MEALS/WK

INCLUDED

COLLEGE

15 MEALS/WK

9 MEALS/WK

$2,200

ACTIVE MEMBER (NO HOUSING)

(all costs are per semester) *These figures were current at press time.

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SCHEDULE SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 ORIENTATION Check-in / Orientation.

All potential new members must check-in at Campus Recreation. Check-in only takes 20–30 minutes. There will be a 2-hour required PNM meeting and an optional 1-hour parent and family meeting both at Centennial Hall. Individuals should plan on eating dinner prior to the meeting or after.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13* ROUND I/DAY 1 Potential new members will visit half of the IFC organizations

MONDAY, AUGUST 14* ROUND I/DAY 2 Potential new members will visit the other half of the IFC organizations

TUESDAY, AUGUST 15* ROUND II/DAY 1 Potential new members will visit up to 12 organizations between Tuesday and Wednesday

Q&A RECRUITMENT FAQ’S Q: Do I need to register for recruitment? A: Yes! In order to participate in recruitment and receive a bid from any organization, you must be registered for recruitment and have paid the registration fee. By registering

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16* ROUND II/DAY 2

for recruitment your name and information

Potential new members will visit up to 12 organizations between Tuesday and Wednesday

However, just because you registered for

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17* ROUND III Potential new members visit up to 6 of the IFC organizations

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 DAY OFF FOR UA CLICKS SATURDAY, AUGUST 19* ROUND IV

is made available to all the IFC fraternities. recruitment does not mean you will receive a bid for membership. Remember, recruitment is about getting to know the chapters and letting the chapters get to know you.

Q: Will I need to move in early to participate in IFC Recruitment? A: Potential New Members should be moved into their permanent living arrangements for the year when recruitment begins. If you are living in a residence hall during the academic year, you may move into your hall on Saturday, August 12th during your move-in time, which you will get in late July. A $50 daily “early move-in” fee will be charged for each day by Residence Life and will be billed directly to your Student Bursar Account. You do not need to notify Residence Life about moving in early for Recruitment. If you are living in the residence halls, Fraternity & Sorority Programs will notify Residence Life that you will be moving in on Saturday, August 12. You do not need to

It is important that you make an effort to

contact Residence Life. Get more information

meet as many fraternity men as possible

about moving into the residence halls by visiting

throughout the recruitment process. The cost

www.life.arizona.edu

to register is $100 which covers computer processing fees, recruitment supplies, one

Q: What is a “Bid”? How do I receive one?

lunch, room reservations, and evening

And what if I don’t?

programming activities. The last day to

SUNDAY, AUGUST 20 ROUND V/PREFERENCE DAY

A: A bid is an invitation to join an organization’s

register for fraternity recruitment is August

new member program. Each chapter gives out

1 at 11:59pm. This deadline will be strictly

as many bids as they want, until they have their

Potential new members visit up to 2 of the IFC organizations

enforced as those who miss this deadline will

ideal new member class. During the formal

not be allowed to participate in recruitment.

recruitment process those participating will visit

There will be absolutely no exceptions.

each of the IFC chapters to help them find their

Potential new members visit up to 4 of the IFC organizations

MONDAY, AUGUST 21 FIRST DAY OF CLASSES & BID DAY Potential new members receive bids and attend celebrations with their chapters

best fit! It is mandatory to participate in the

* All Day Events – As scheduling is on an individual basis starting on Tuesday, it is not possible to know the

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entire week and visit all chapters you are invited to in order to be eligible to receive a bid on bid day. To increase your odds of getting a bid participate with

GENERAL FAQ’S Q: What fraternity should I join?

If there is a significant increase in Core GPA in grade 12, men may submit updates to The University of Arizona Office of Admissions at the

an open mind, be above the GPA requirement, and

A: There is no one right answer as each individual

address below or your high school can send your

be yourself. Around 50% of men who sign up for

has different desires and needs and the best way

official transcript directly to arizonaifc@gmail.com.

recruitment do not join. For men not receiving a bid

to find out what chapter is ideal for you is to simply

Only students who have been full-time college

during the fall formal recruitment process there are

go out and meet the chapters. Know your individual

students should include college GPA information.

many other ways to get involved at the University

goals for what you want to achieve during your time

of Arizona, and they may participate in informal

in college as far as academic standards, leadership

recruitment in the spring! A man who is not invited

responsibilities, community service, etc. goes and find

back to any chapters or who does not receive a bid

a chapter that helps you work towards those goals

will receive a phone call prior to the first event of

and elevate your own personal standards. Obviously

the day.

choose a chapter that you match personality wise with

UA Office of Admissions PO Box 210073 Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

brothers in the chapter, as they will be your friends Q: If I go through recruitment,

and brothers for not only the four years of college, but

do I have to join?

for the rest of your life as well.

A: No! Recruitment is a time to see what fraternity and sorority life can offer you. Going through

Q: What is the IFC?

recruitment does not commit you to join. It is a

A: The Interfraternity Council, or IFC, is the governing

great way to learn more about campus and meet

body of all social fraternities on campus. The council

new people.

consists of elected individuals from the individual chapters in the community. The council establishes

REGISTER FOR FRATERNITY RECRUITMENT

Q: What happens at recruitment events

the laws and policies that the chapters must abide

and what should I wear?

by, enforces said policies, and serves to provide

A: The first day of recruitment you will learn

resources and opportunities to the fraternities and

about each of the chapters through talking with

any individuals looking to join a fraternity. The IFC

the members and listening to short presentations.

executive board facilitates the formal recruitment

This day is long so dress casual yet put together.

process with the help of recruitment counselors who

This is your chance to make a good first impression.

are also members of the individual IFC fraternities.

FINAL REGISTRATION: August 1 FEE: $150

Q: What is the GPA requirement?

Register online at greeklife.arizona.edu

The following days of recruitment each fraternity organizes events to best showcase their

PRIORITY REGISTRATION: July 17 FEE: $100

No late registration will be accepted!

organization. You will receive information on

A: The Interfraternity Council has a minimum GPA

what the activities are when you check in for

requirement to be eligible for membership, which

recruitment. This will vary based upon which

requires the following: a 2.75 minimum Core high

chapters you will be visiting however some

school GPA for those men who are coming straight

RECRUITMENT PROCESS

common events include cook outs, card games,

from high school and a 2.50 minimum college GPA

During recruitment, you have the chance

and basketball. The final round of recruitment is

for those who are returning or transfer students.

to visit with each of the IFC fraternities

called Preference. Business casual is suggested as

There are no exceptions to this policy, so we

recognized by the UA to see which one

this day the fraternities will be sharing what their

encourage those who do not meet the minimum

best suits you. You are required to visit

fraternity means to them in a more formal setting.

GPA requirements to focus on your academics

each fraternity you were scheduled for.

and participate in recruitment when you meet the academic requirements. daily recruitment schedule in advance. Attempts will be made to schedule around any academic conflicts.

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ALPHA EPSILON PI The gentlemen of Alpha Epsilon Pi pride themselves on a host of integral values: Brotherhood, Leadership, Chivalry, and Scholarship. While non-discriminatory, the fraternity’s mission—developing the future leaders of the Jewish communities—is demonstrated every day through acts of brotherhood, Tzedakkah (charity), social awareness and support for Jewish communities and Israel.

ADDRESS

1510 N Vine

FOUNDED

November 7, 1913 (national) / April 4, 1964 (local)

NICKNAME

A E Pi

PHILANTHROPY

Tucson Parks, Save a Child’s Heart

ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Alpha Kappa Lambda is a collegiate social fraternity for men founded in 1914 at the University of California, Berkeley. Through Alpha Kappa Lambda, men with different backgrounds but similar ideals unite with a common purpose: to foster excellence in scholarship, leadership, individual growth, and involvement in community service. AKL is dedicated to building “Men of Character Committed to Making A Difference."

ADDRESS

1104 E 7th St.

FOUNDED

April 22, 1914 (national) / not a full chapter

NICKNAME

AKL

PHILANTHROPY

These Hands Don’t Hurt/Cystic Fibrosis/Adopt a School

ALPHA SIGMA PHI Through the pursuit of scholarship, preservation of brotherhood, social activeness, University involvement, and commitment to excellence, Alpha Sigma Phi strives to “Better the Man.” The purpose of Alpha Sigma Phi is to Better the Man, through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded upon the values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism.

ADDRESS

730 E Lee St.

FOUNDED

December 6, 1845 (national) / May 7, 1955 (local)

NICKNAME

Alpha Sig

PHILANTHROPY

Humane Society, RAINN, Ronald McDonald House

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BETA THETA PI Membership in Beta Theta Pi is based on finding men who believe and live by the same set of fraternal values. These values, the Fraternity’s objectives, are the basis for recruitment, pledging, and a lifelong membership in Beta Theta Pi. Beta Theta Pi is not just a four year experience, it is a lifelong experience that will engender lasting bonds of friendship and brotherhood.

ADDRESS

638 E University Blvd.

FOUNDED

August 8, 1839 (national) / October 13, 1959 (local)

NICKNAME

Beta

PHILANTHROPY

Leukemia Lymphoma Society

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER Kappa Alpha Order has a focus on heritage and tradition, but takes greatest pride in being known as “The Modern Gentlemen.” While in college, KA helps its members develop their values-set and experiences to point them in a great direction for their future. This national brotherhood espouses the values of gentility, service, brotherhood, leadership, knowledge, and excellence. We prepare our members to not only achieve academically, but also to strive to be the best possible people and leaders we can become.

ADDRESS

906 N First Ave.

FOUNDED

December 21, 1865 (national) / 1949 (local)

NICKNAME

KA or The Order

PHILANTHROPY

Muscular Dystrophy Association

KAPPA SIGMA The Gamma Rho Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity was the first national fraternity founded in the state of Arizona. Kappa Sigma’s International motto is “Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.” Locally we take this to heart through our campus leadership, alumni relations, providing scholarships to chapter members, and a commitment to service.

ADDRESS

1423 E First St.

FOUNDED (LOCAL)

December 10, 1869 (national) / May 29, 1915 (local)

NICKNAME

Kappa Sig

PHILANTHROPY

Fisher House (housing for veterans & military families)

OMEGA DELTA PHI Omega Delta Phi is a Service/Social fraternity dedicated to the needs and concerns of the community. The purpose of Omega Delta Phi is and shall be to promote and maintain the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. This Brotherhood was founded in order to provide, to any man, a diverse fraternal experience that coincides with a higher education.

ADDRESS

1303 E University Blvd. #20973, Tucson, AZ 85719

FOUNDED

November 25, 1987 (nat'l) / September 28, 1990 (local)

NICKNAME

ODPhi

PHILANTHROPY

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PHI DELTA THETA Phi Delta Theta is committed to helping men to become the greatest version of themselves, cherishing and building the strongest relationships of our lives, professionally and personally. The chapter teaches men to balance their lives according to the principles of Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. The chapter celebrates the uniqueness of individuals, and through encouragement, values, example, and brotherhood, empowers brothers to exceed personal expectations.

ADDRESS

1745 E Second St.

FOUNDED

December 26, 1848 (national) / May 5, 1923 (local)

NICKNAME

Phi Delt

PHILANTHROPY

ALS Association

PHI KAPPA TAU The men of Phi Tau demonstrate success in and out of the classroom, are active on campus and in the community, and above all, value a strong tradition of brotherhood. The ongoing goal of Phi Kappa Tau is to continue to build a program that instills intelligence, etiquette, and brotherhood in every member. Phi Tau prepares its active members to network within the career field of their choice through alumni and other connections.

ADDRESS

1303 E. University Blvd.

FOUNDED

March 17, 1906 (national) / April 4,1998 (local)

NICKNAME

Phi Tau

PHILANTHROPY

Serious Fun

PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience. Based on the ideal of being scholars, leaders, athletes and gentlemen, the men of Pi Kappa Alpha strive for campus involvement, community outreach and personal enrichment.

ADDRESS

1525 E Drachman St.

FOUNDED

March 1, 1868 (national) / December 1, 1924 (local)

NICKNAME

PIKE

PHILANTHROPY

Lute Olson Cancer Center Run and Pike’s Firefighter’s Challenge (Embers of Hope)

41

LEGEND:

meal plan

parking

local phone

philanthropy

t-shirt

social

local/national due


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PI KAPPA PHI Pi Kappa Phi exists to create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities. Brothers seek to live the values of Common Loyalty, Personal Responsibility, Achievement, Accountability, Campus Involvement, Responsible Citizenship, and Lifelong Commitment.

ADDRESS

1449 N Cherry Ave.

FOUNDED

December 10,1904 (national)

NICKNAME

Pi Kapp

PHILANTHROPY

The Ability Experience

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sigma Alpha Epsilon centers itself around four key values: Loyalty, Brotherhood, Friendship, and Honesty. Members are held to the highest standards of the truest gentleman. Leadership is a strong component of the chapter—a chapter that values both the University of Arizona and the Tucson community as a whole. The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon better themselves by bettering others.

ADDRESS

1509 E Second St.

FOUNDED

March 9, 1856 (national) / March 2, 1917 (local)

NICKNAME

SAE

PHILANTHROPY

Pediatric Cancer

SIGMA ALPHA MU At its core, Sigma Alpha Mu (Sammy) is a brotherhood fostered through mutual moral aid and support, and has driven a tradition of excellence. This tradition is exemplified through academic success, professional success, campus involvement, and a desire to serve. Sammy, in loyalty to its historically Jewish values, welcomes leaders, men of innovation, and men of integrity.

ADDRESS

1605 E First St.

FOUNDED

November 26, 1909 (national) / 1962 (local)

NICKNAME

Sammy

PHILANTHROPY

Alzheimer’s Association

SIGMA CHI Sigma Chi at the UA cultivates and maintains the high ideals on which Sigma Chi was founded: “Friendship, Justice and Learning.” Emphasizing high academic standards, leadership positions, philanthropy and brotherhood. Sigma Chi also provides a helping hand through brotherhood for the achievement of purposeful living, both in the college community and in the years to follow.

ADDRESS

1511 E 1st St.

FOUNDED

June 28, 1855 (national) / April 23, 1921 (local)

NICKNAME

Sigs

PHILANTHROPY

The University of Arizona Medical Center Diamond Children’s Center


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SIGMA PHI EPSILON SigEp strives to preserve the values that fraternities were founded upon and challenge the negative stereotypes that fraternity men face. We are committed to building balanced men through the Greek philosophy of sound mind and sound body. With a focus on high academic achievement and leadership development, we provide a unique member development program that challenges members to grow as individuals and become successful in all facets of life.

ADDRESS

1614 E 1st St.

FOUNDED

November 1, 1901 (national) / May 8, 1954 (local)

NICKNAME

Sig Ep

PHILANTHROPY

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau Gamma is a national college fraternity founded in 1920 by educators and by veterans of the First World War. Founded as a society of men who endeavor to pursue the highest ideals of Manhood, Brotherhood, and Citizenship, its members dedicate themselves to a Path of Principles: Value, Learning, Leadership Excellence, Benefit, and Integrity.

ADDRESS

1303 E University Blvd.

FOUNDED

June 28, 1920 (national)

NICKNAME

Sig Tau

PHILANTHROPY

Special Olympics

THETA CHI Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member, Theta Chi aims to provide its members with an enjoyable and fulfilling collegiate experience that also prepares them for rewarding, successful lives after graduation. Theta Chi is one of the oldest men’s college fraternities in North America. Founded in 1856, more than 180,000 members have enjoyed the fraternity’s traditions, ideals, and fellowship.

ADDRESS

502 N Campbell Ave.

FOUNDED

April 10, 1956 (national) / November 2, 2011 (local)

NICKNAME

Theta Chi

PHILANTHROPY

The USO

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LEGEND:

meal plan

parking

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t-shirt

social

local/national due


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THETA DELTA CHI Since 1847, Theta Delta Chi has believed that it is the duty of every member to improve himself intellectually, morally, and socially through friendship. The brothers of TDX seek to live out the slogan “Our Hearts Are United” and enjoy engaging in service and philanthropic work for the Special Olympics and Autism Speaks.

ADDRESS

928 E 6th St.

FOUNDED

October 31, 1847 (national) / February 11, 2017 (local)

NICKNAME

TDX

PHILANTHROPY

Special Olympics and Autism Speaks

THETA XI The Purpose of Theta Xi is to provide a college home environment for its active members in which fellowship and alumni guidance lead to wholesome mental, moral, physical, and spiritual growth. To that end Theta Xi actively supports and augments college and community efforts to make individual members more mature and chapter groups more useful units of society.

ADDRESS

1303 E University Blvd.

FOUNDED

April 29, 1864 (national) / not a full chapter

NICKNAME

Theta Xi

PHILANTHROPY

Multiple Sclerosis and Habitat for Humanity

ZETA BETA TAU The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its Credo: Intellectual Awareness, Social Responsibility, Integrity and Brotherly Love in order to cultivate leadership and service within their communities. Zeta Beta Tau seeks to serve the undergraduate Jewish populations at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. All men of good character will be eligible for membership in Zeta Beta Tau.

ADDRESS

1701 E 1st St.

FOUNDED

1898 (national) / not a full chapter

NICKNAME

ZBT

PHILANTHROPY

Children’s Miracle Network

ZETA PSI Zeta Psi strives to be the premier international men’s fraternal organization dedicated to forging academic excellence and life-long bonds of brotherhood. Through active chapter participation and continuing alumni outreach, Zeta Psi members are committed to the development of leadership, character and intellect and to the service of their brothers, their communities and mankind.

ADDRESS

1303 E University Blvd.

FOUNDED

June 1, 1847 (national) / Fall 2015 (local)

NICKNAME

Zetes

PHILANTHROPY

Zete Kids USA


First Street

Coconino Harvill

Gila

Maricopa

Yuma

AZ State Museum

Engineering

C.E.S.L

Marshall

Chavez

MLK Center

Fountain

University Boulevard

South Campus Drive South

Kaibab-Huachuca

Alumni Plaza

McClelland Park

Arizona

Life Sciences South

Sonora

GouldSimpson

Bio Sciences West

Deconcini Envir. & Natural Resources

Forbes

Physical Plant

Math East

Math Lab

Highland Commons

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FRATERNITIES

Bear Down Field

Colonia de la Paz

ApacheSanta Cruz

El Portal Res. Life Disability Resource Ctr

Likins Hall

West Stadium

Arizona Stadium

Sierra

Navajo-Pinal

Sixth Street Mountain Avenue

14

Villa del Puente

Cherry Avenue Garage

Hopi

Greenlee

Campus Health

ENR2

Fremont Avenue

Park Avenue

MAP INDEX

Main Library 4th Street

Pueblo de la Cienega Posada San Pedro

Parking & Transportation [PTS]

27

Meinel West

Bear Down Gym

Graham

Math

Flandrau Planetarium

Mein Sc

Bio Sciences East

Shantz

Sixth Street Parking Garage

Sixth Street Tyndall Avenue

Koffler

Sciences

Veterinary Science/ Micro Biology

Sonett Space Sciences

Science & Engineering Library

Chemistry

Physics & Atmos.

Hawthorne Kuipe Spac Scienc

Pacheco Integrated Learning Center (ILC)

4th Street

Lowell

Arbol de la Vida

Marley

Student Recreation Center

Pool

18 Kappa Sigma

24 Sigma Chi

1 Alpha Chi Omega

8 Gamma Phi Beta

13 Alpha Epsilon Pi

19 Phi Delta Theta

25 Sigma Phi Epsilon

2 Alpha Delta Pi

9 Kappa Alpha Theta

14 Alpha Kappa Lambda

20 Pi Kappa Alpha

26 Theta Chi

3 Alpha Epsilon Phi

10 Kappa Kappa Gamma

15 Alpha Sigma Phi

21 Pi Kappa Phi

27 Theta Delta Chi

4 Alpha Phi

11 Pi Beta Phi

16 Beta Theta Pi

22 Sigma Alpha Epsilon

28 Zeta Beta Tau

5 Chi Omega

12 Sigma Kappa

17 Kappa Alpha

23 Sigma Alpha Mu

6 Delta Delta Delta

2

UA Mall

Marvel

Herring Yavapai

Psychology

University Teaching Center

National Optica Astronomy Obsevarory (NOAO)

Administration

STUDENT UNION MEMORIAL CENTER

Santa Rita Avenue

Park Avenue

Tyndall Avenue

Park Student Union

Saguaro Hall

Cochise

6

Education

Highland

Fourth ST

SORORITIES

22

10

23

12

Learning Services

Modern Languages

UA 29-54 BookStore

Nugent Douglass

8

24

7

Second Street Parking Garage

UA MALL

Old Main

Social Sciences

Emil W. Haury Anthropology Building

Geronimo Annex

Coronado

5

Pima

Chemistry Centennial Hall

AZ State Museum South

La Aldea Graduate Housing

2

S.A.L.T Center

Communication

Tyndall Avenue Garage

18

Highland

Hotel

Geronimo Center

Euclid Avenue

4

James E. Rogers Way

Second Street

45

Beal

Harshbarger/ Mines

International Student Services

16

9

Steward Observatory

Women’s Studies/ SIROW

University Services Bldg (USB) Study/ Abroad Student Exchange UA Visitor Center

School of Information Resources & Library Science

University Informtaion & Technology Services (UITS)

Slonaker

US Passports Office

Main Gate Garage

17

Graduate College Minority Program

Speech Language & Hearing Sciences

Udall Center Annex & Library

11

Underpass

Mirror Lab

National Championship Drive

ManzanitaMojave

3

Fluid Dynamics

Drachman Institute

Schaefer Center for Creative Photography

Holsclaw

Crowder Hall

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mountain Avenue

CALS

Marroney Theatre

NORTH OF SPEEDWAY

Underpass

Civil Engineering

Tyndall

Dr am a

Museum of Art

Josephy Gross Gallery

Underpass Art

Udall Center

Mechanical Engineering

Cherry Avenue

East Speedway Boulevard

15

Administrative Support Services

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Cherry Avenue

James E. Rogers College of Law

Schaefer Poetry Center

Vine Avenue

CAMPUS MAP MAP INDEX

Aerospace and

McClelland Hall

Park Avenue Garage

Cherry Avenue

Rogers Rountree Hall


Campbell Ave

CAMPUS MAP MAP INDEX

Radiology Research Radiation Safety

Employee Parking Garage

Bio Med Research

Duval Auditorium

First Street

Warren

Sarver Heart Center

CAMPUS (520)

STUDENT UNION MEMORIAL CENTER South Stadium Garage Opening Fall 2017

Forbes

Marvel

Orientation.............................621-5293

Yellow Cab................................ 624-6611

BookStores............................. 621-2426

Park Student Union............... 626-7778

Bursar......................................621-3232

Parking & Transportation..... 626-7275

Arizona Shuttle (from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport to Tucson)................... 795-6771

Campus Health..................... 621-6490

Police (UAPD).........................621-8273

Administration Alumni Plaza

Martin Avenue

Dept (UAPD)

Second Street

Aid...........................621-1858

Hawthorne Kuiper Space Sciences Plan Office.................... 621-7043 Sonett Space Psychology Sciences Flandrau Planetarium

Arizona Stagecoach (from Tucson Int’l Airport)....889-1000

Hillenbrand Registrar. ..................................621-3113 Memorial

Stadium SOS........................................... 621-2327 Robson Tennis

HOTELS (520)

Center Student Union’s InfoDesk..... 621-7755 Gittings

Honors College..................... 621-6901

Wildcat Events Board. Eller ...........626-0036

Meal

Theatre UA Switchboard.......................621-2211

Arizona Inn............................... 325-1541

Dance

Marriott University Park........ 792-4100

UA Mall

Pacheco Integrated Learning Center (ILC)

FRATERNITIESUA&MallSORORITIES

Meinel Optical Sciences

29 Alpha Kappa AlphaScience & Chemistry

36 Epsilon Sigma Rho

30 Alpha Phi Alpha Koffler

Meinel 37 Gamma Alpha Omega West

Engineering Library Bear Down Gym

31 Alpha Phi Gamma

38 Gamma Rho Lambda Main

33 Delta Chi Lambda Shantz

Teaching

Astronomy Obsevarory Office.......................626-9162(NOAO)

Financial Modern Languages

32 Alpha Pi Omega Chemistry

Herring

os.

VIP Taxi....................................... 798-1111

Services

Bio Sciences

35 Delta Sigma Theta

Physical Plant

Pueblo de la

39 Kappa LibraryAlpha Psi

46 Phi Kappa Tau

40 Kappa Delta Chi

47 Pi Alpha Phi McKale

Graham Greenlee

Hopi

Memorial 48 Sigma Center

Lambda 42 Bear Down Theta Phi

49 Sigma Lambda Gamma

Field

Cherry Avenue Garage

50 Sigma Tau Gamma 51 Theta Nu Xi 52 Theta Xi 53 Zeta Phi Beta

Roby Gymnastics

41 Lambda Theta Alpha

4th Street

East Phi 34 Delta Lambda

43 Omega Delta Phi 44 Lynch Eddie Omega Psi Phi Athletics Richard Jefferson Pavilion 45 Phi Beta ChiGymnasium

LambdaPool Beta

pbell Avenue

UA MALL Nugent

Marley

Martin Avenue

Engineering Warren Avenue

Old Main

26

YOUR GUIDE TO FRATERNITY Villa del Puente..................... 626-0444 & SORORITY LIFE Yavapai.................................... 626-8576

Police Off-Campus Housing............ 621-5859

CatCard

Sixth Street

Pueblo de la Cienega.............. 626-1874 2017 – 2018 | THE BOND

Center ASUA........................................621-2782

National Optical Education Career Services...................... 621-2588

mes E. Rogers Way

Posada San Pedro....................626-1492

Sun Tran (city bus)..................792-9222

First Street

University Admissions.Learning ............................. 621-3237

S.A.L.T Center

Pima House & Lodge.............. 626-9324

TRANSPORTATION (520)

Rawls/Eller Lodge

Second Street Parking Garage

UA BookStore

East Speedway Boulevard

Navajo-Pinal (Stadium)..........626-8319

Yuma........................................626-8643

Cherry Avenue

arshbarger/ Mines

Babcock

Underpass

Steward Observatory

Sancet Field

Maricopa.................................626-8654

CONTACT NUMBERS

Pima

Football Practice Field

Manzanita-Mohave............... 626-8450

School of Information Resources & Library Science

Vine Avenue

MLK Center Clements Academic Center

Likins Hall................................621-0750

Swede Johnson

NORTH OF SPEEDWAY &Underpass CHERRY AVE. Campbell Avenue

Mountain Avenue

Fluid Dynamics

Civil Engineering

ech age & ing ces

Graduate College Minority Program Enke Drive Beal

Kaibab-Huachuca...................626-8508

Drachman Hall

Administrative Support Services

Landscape Architecture

Roby Gymnastics McKale University Informtaion & Technology Services Memorial (UITS)Pool Center Electrical & Computer Engineering

Cherry Avenue

Schaefer Poetry Center

MAP INDEX

Hopi Lodge..............................626-8564

Guadalajara Summer School

Aerospace and

Eddie Lynch James E. Rogers AthleticsMechanical MAP College ofCAMPUS Law Pavilion Engineering Richard Jefferson Gymnasium

Gila.......................................... 626-8664

Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch Bldg

Helen Street

Rogers Rountree nel OpticalHall ciences

Coronado................................ 626-8600

Health Promo.

Warren

UA Mall

Employee Assistance

Art Works

Colonia de la Paz..................... 626-7457

Graham-Greenlee................... 626-8552

Medical Research Bldg Highland Garage

Coconino................................. 626-8588

Life Science North

College of Nursing

Mabel Street

Life & Work Connections

Cochise Res. College............... 626-8531

BUMC East Garage

Pharmacy

Cherry Avenue

Mountain Avenue

WSIP Tutor Annex

Eller Dance Theatre Central Refrigeration

Communications Research

Vine Avenue

Highland

Warren

ing Skills ovement am (WSIP)

College of Medicine

AHS Library

Medical Bookstore

Gittings

er ce ces

Babcock Inn............................. 626-8331

Comstock

20

Robson Tennis Center Faculty Center

Árbol de la Vida...................... 621-0668

Abrams

21

Drachman

Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium

Apache-Santa Cruz................. 626-8483 Arizona-Sonora...................... 626-8400

Second Street

al

RES HALLS (520)

AZ Cancer Banner University Center Medical Center (BUMC) Salmon Levy

Children’s Research

Police Dept (UAPD)

Martin Avenue

19

13

Adams

Ring Road

1

Emergency

MRI

Physical Plant

Rawls/Eller Lodge28

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Facilities Management

East Speedway Boulevard

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Admin

Campbell Avenue

Babcock

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