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2013 Meet and Greek

Methodist university, NC
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Jessi-Marie Taitague

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of 2013 Meet and Greek

Office of Campus Life Presents
Methodist University Greek Life
@MU_Greeklife
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
Why Go Greek?
Get the big campus experience in our tight community
Form special and lifelong bonds with people on campus and all over the world
You will meet so may different people you normally wouldn't

You will only be an Undergrad for four years so make the most out of it and gain an experience few will have during their college years
Greek Life at MU!
But I'm worried about ...
We are your go to guide to Greek Life at MU!
Know everything about each Greek Organization
Represent each Greek Organization currently on campus.
Don't be afraid to ask us any questions!
Work Directly with the Greek Council President and the Office of Campus Life.
Upcoming Greek Events!
Meet & Greek
Organizational Tabling
It's All Greek To Me
Alumni Dining Hall
Monday, August 26
Friday, August 30
Chapel
Friday, September 6
September 2nd - 6th
Sunday, September 8th at 3 PM
Recruitment Week Kick-Off!
Four Pillars of Greek Life
Scholarship
Leadership
Service
Brotherhood / Sisterhood
Academic excellence is one of the most important aspects of college life. Each chapter has activities such as study hall hours, tutoring, and mentoring programs to help members maintain scholastic excellence.
A Fraternity or Sorority is the ideal place for students to gain the knowledge they need to develop their leadership skills. The chapters offer leadership positions to fit students' goals and abilities from academics, finance, community service athletics and much more
Fraternities and Sororities offer one thing that no other campus organization can, the lifelong bonds of brothers and sisters. It is a family of like-minded, highly-motivated peers and supportive friends right here at MU!
Giving of oneself is one of the fundamental values of the Fraternity & Sorority community. Each year, chapters spend countless hours raising hundreds of dollars for worthy causes. Projects are conducted on individual chapter levels to benefit organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities, Relay for Life, and local organization in Fayetteville!
Greek Life Ambassadors
Hazing
Expenses
Time Commitment
Greek Week
Community Service
The Greek Village
Sororities
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority*
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.*
Fraternities
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.
A week of events in the Spring Semester to acknowledge and celebrate all the work the Greeks have done throughout the year.
Lip Sync / Air band
Greek Olympics
Greek God and Goddess Pageant
Greek Gala and Awards
MU is one of the youngest Greek Communities to have housing. The Greeks take pride in these houses and love having a place to call their own! These houses are used for events like
Recruitment
Socials
Chapter Meetings
Membership Developments
Fraternities and sororities were founded on strong moral, social, and academic principles. Hazing, or any activity which subjects members to harassment, intimidation, physical exhaustion, or mental distress is entirely contrary to those founding principles. Each of the inter/national organizations at Methodist University as well as the University Code of Student Conduct and state law forbid hazing in all student activities at the University.
Joining a fraternity or a sorority does have a financial commitment. The chapters are self-supporting through dues paid by their members. When students join a Greek letter organization, they also agree to pay dues and fees while in school to maintain membership. Although chapters may make accommodations for special needs, you should discuss the financial obligations with your parents or guardians before deciding to join.

Each chapter has different dues for membership that cover such things as chapter and national dues, your membership badge, social activities, resources, and other miscellaneous costs. Many chapters also offer payment plan options for those interested.
While there are certain attendance requirements, a well-balanced schedule is encouraged for all members. Through involvement with the chapter, students will learn to better manage their time by balancing academics, work, and other commitments. Academic commitments are the first priority and many Greek members hold student jobs as well. Greek organizations are conscientious of the full schedules that most students have and offer flexibility as much as possible. Students find that being active in a fraternity or sorority is well worth the time they put into it.
Membership in a Greek letter organization is a lifetime commitment. Membership within the Greek community means working with a group of men or women who can exchange dialogue and stand for common goals and ideas while being held to a higher standard than other college students. The Greek experience during the college years is a gateway to many rewards and connections later in life.

Chapter members develop a special bond with one another. Both are nurtured through common work, laughter, service projects, intramural, and the shared successes and challenges of all. Throughout your life, membership will be an unwritten bond of friendship no matter what course his/her life takes.
What does being Greek really mean?
Doris Munoz
Director of Student Involvement
and Campus Life
Office: BERNS STUDENT CENTER
Ryan Bowyer
Assistant Director of Campus Life
Office: BERNS STUDENT CENTER
Jessi Taitague
Greek Council President
Our Greeks participate in every opportunity to serve our MU and the Fayetteville community!
Jessie Smith Woodcutting
March of Dimes
Show You Care Day
Special Olympics
Winter Wonderland
Recruitment Week
Monday, September 9th to
Friday, September 13th
First you become a part of it, then it becomes a part of you.
Start your MU Journey with Greek Life!

Reeves Auditorium
Meet & Greek
Official Information Session On Greek Life
mu.greeklife@gmail.com
Spring Greek Life Recruitment
Meet & Greek: Friday @ 11
Location: Heritage Dining Room

Information Tabling: All Week!

It's All Greek To Me: Monday, January 20th @ 6 PM
Location: Reeves Auditorium

Recruitment Week: January 21 - 23
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