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Student Orientation 2010

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David Bretl

on 10 April 2011

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Transcript of Student Orientation 2010

Summer Orientation Greek Life at Washington National Pan-Hellenic Council
United Greek Council
Interfraternity Council
Panhellenic Council Four Councils Each chapter supports a local/national cause
Members give back in both time and fundraising
Greek Week: community-wide philanthropy & service week
Philanthropy/Service UW all-Greek average 3.30, is above the UW undergraduate average
All-fraternity average is a 3.25 and is above the UW all-men’s average
All-sorority average is a 3.36 and is above the UW all-women’s average
Academics Opportunities for leadership development in chapter
Each organization is self- governing
Countless ways to get involved
Greeks are leaders on our campus
Leadership Relationships within your chapter
Small community on big campus
Networking opportunities
Tie to University Community David Bretl
VP for Membership Recruitment
e: djbretl@uw.edu Contact Information: Sororities Interfraternity Council
32 Fraternity Chapters
Panhellenic Association
17 Sorority Chapters
One of the oldest and strongest Greek Communities on the West Coast Our Community All chapters have a study room
Majority of chapters have house computers for members to use Facility Perks Adjacent to campus
Freshmen move right in
Sororities: average living capacity - 85
Fraternities: average living capacity - 60
All 17 sororities have a live-in House Director, a full-time cook, house staff, house cleaners and most have weekend cooks
Housing 2010 Study Rooms All chapters use wireless internet connections Staying Connected A room of beds dedicated to sleeping
24-hour quiet
Majority of sororities have a sleeping porch
~ 50% of fraternities have porches
Facility Perks Sleeping Porch
Most chapters offer parking, typically to upperclassmen and officers
Nearby parking lot permits available, but can be expensive
Parking All sororities provide alcohol-free facilities
Some fraternities provide alcohol-free facilities Facility Perks Alcohol Policies Work-out facilities
On-site laundry facilities
Recreational areas and big-screen televisions
Basketball courts, pools, and more Extras Continental-style breakfast
Buffet-style lunch/dinner
Late Plates are available at most chapters
Weekend Meals are available at some chapters
Special dietary needs accomodated
Food is readily available Food Options Financial Information Fraternities
Quarterly Cost High: $2700 Low: $2050 Average: $2402
Cost includes room costs, dues, meal plans, internet, phone, and cable.
New Member Fee (likely paid in Fall only) Average Cost: $300

*All chapters offer payment plans* Financial Information Sororities
Quarterly Cost High: $3284 Low: $2562 Average: $2819
Cost includes room, dues, meals, internet, phone, cable, House Director & cook’s salary, some housekeeping
New Member Fee (likely paid in Fall only) Average Cost: $255

*All chapters offer payment plans* IMPORTANT DATES September 11th: Orientation
September 12th-13th: Open House
September 14th-15th: House Tours
September 16th: Philanthropy Day
September 17th: Preference
September 18th: Recruitment Break
September 19th: Bid Day! (Winter 2010) Fraternities Jules Morrison
VP for Recruitment
e: uwpanhellenic@gmail.com Sororities www.uwgreeks.com Allie Goodman
VP for Recruitment Development Fraternity & Sorority Life at UW UW_GreekHuskies
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