Contact Us

Heather N. WolfHeather N. Wolf, M.Ed.
Assistant Director, Greek Life & Student Activities
(308) 865-8057 | wolfhn@unk.edu
1013 West 27th Street | Kearney, Nebraska 68849

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is located adjacent to the Office of Student Life, Suite 142 on the first floor of the Nebraskan Student Union.

You may also contact the individual chapter advisors and volunteers of each fraternity and sorority. Their contact information is located at the bottom of the "Chapter Information" webpage.

Furthermore, the University of Nebraska at Kearney is committed to building and maintaining a successful, thriving Greek community; this can only be accomplished if advisors, volunteers, chapter members, and University representatives actively engage in achieving this goal.


Below is a brief list of the duties and responsibilities expected of a Greek advisor or volunteer.

  • To be aware of and have an understanding of those rules pertaining to organizations at UNK as well as rules governing UNK’s fraternity and sorority chapters.
  • To be aware of liability issues (i.e. hazing, alcohol, etc.) on the local and national level and advise the organization to make reasonable and prudent decisions regarding these issues in planning activities.
  • To encourage the organization to function within University guidelines and to not condone activity that does not keep with the letter and spirit of University policy.
  • To have a concern for the ongoing function of the organization; this includes attending meetings of the organization whenever possible, reading of meeting minutes, and thorough knowledge of the organization's constitution and bylaws.
  • To be available to the officers of the organization on a regular basis for advice and consultation.
  • To serve as a resource person for planning events and programs, resolving issues confronting the group, and orientating new members and officers. Campus advisors should be able to help UNK students utilize campus resources available to them.
  • To be aware of the organization's financial status and encourage the maintenance of accurate financial records.
  • To encourage the learning process by remembering that it is the students' organization and they are free to make their own decisions.
  • To attend periodic meetings of organizational advisors when requested by the Office of Student Life.
  • To work in partnership with University staff, chapter advisors, and national headquarters to foster a positive fraternal experience for the undergraduate members.