Whether you are new to UNK, a current student, or returning alumnus, you will find that our Greek community offers a wide range of opportunities to grow as an individual, develop personal values and character, and progress as a leader.
For over 90 years, fraternities and sororities at UNK have been instrumental in cultivating a dynamic and educational collegiate experience for undergraduate students. The Greek community comprises 12 percent of our student population. Members from our 12 chapters are involved in nearly all of UNK's 200 student organizations. During the fall 2014 semester, the All-Greek GPA was 3.24 vs. the UNK All-Campus GPA of 3.16.
Being in a fraternity or sorority is an important opportunity to learn and practice leadership skills. Those skills can come from management, event planning, accounting/budgeting and other roles. Not only are students involved within their Greek organizations, but you will see many of them heavily involved in intercollegiate athletics and other co-curricular, academic, and honor organizations on campus. Greek students consistently hold some of the top leadership positions on campus.
The Office of Greek Affairs oversees and advises chapter events, serves as a liaison between faculty, alumni advisors, national offices, and parents; develops leadership development programming, provides training in areas such as chapter operations, risk management, health and safety and membership recruitment, monitors the academic performance of fraternity and sorority members, and recognizes the positive achievements and contributions of community members.
On this website you will find links to news, recruitment information, and chapter profiles.
Heather N. Wolf, M.Ed.
Assistant Director, Greek Affairs & Student Activities
email@example.com | (308) 865-8057