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Transcript of Greek 101
Total Members: 1480 members - 37.8% of Bradley undergraduates
Fraternities: 653 members - 36.5% of Bradley male undergraduates
Sororities: 770 members - 39% of Bradley female undergraduates
Service and Philanthropy hours (Spring 2016 Semester): 10,378
Money raised through philanthropic efforts (Spring 2016 Semester): $40,000
National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC)
NPHC was established in an age when there was racial segregation. They established fraternities and sororities that signifies that they refused to be treated as inferior.
The council was established in 1930 at Howard University by the 9 African American fraternities and sororities.
NPHC Spotlight Features
Stepping: a form of percussive dance in which the participant's entire body is used as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds through a mixture of footsteps, spoken word, and hand claps.
IFC Chapters at Bradley University
1. Alpha Epsilon Pi--Chartered 1949
2. Delta Tau Delta--Chartered 1987
3. Delta Upsilon--Chartered 1951
4. Lambda Chi Alpha--Chartered 1927/2009
5. Phi Gamma Delta--Chartered 1982
6. Phi Kappa Tau--Chartered 1962
7. Pi Kappa Alpha--Chartered 1961
8. Pi Kappa Phi--Chartered 1982
North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC)
NIC is an association of collegiate men's fraternities that was formally organized in 1910.
As of October 2009, the NIC had 73 member organizations with 5,500 chapters located on over 800 campuses in the U.S. and Canada with approximately 350,000 undergraduate members.
NPHC Organizations at
1. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Epsilon Kappa Chapter
Chartered: December 16, 1961
2. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Iota Kappa Chapter
Chartered: October 1, 1978
3. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Theta Epsilon Chapter
Chartered: February 13, 1971
4. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Zeta Phi Chapter
Chartered: February 2, 1974
NPC Chapters at Bradley University
1. Alpha Chi Omega--Chartered in 1978
2. Chi Omega--Chartered in 1947
3. Gamma Phi Beta--Chartered in 1948
4. Kappa Delta--Chartered in 2000
5. Pi Beta Phi--Chartered in 1947
6. Sigma Delta Tau--Chartered in 1962
7. Sigma Kappa--Chartered in 1947
8. Sigma Lambda Gamma--Colonized in 2015
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
Umbrella organization for 26 national and international women's fraternities and sororities.
Started in 1902 (before IFC was even created!)
May 24, 1902-a conference was held in Chicago--Alpha Phi invited Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Chi Omega, and Chi Omega
The 7 groups met and became the 1st interfraternity association and intergroup organization on college campuses.
IFC Chapters, Cont.
9. Sigma Alpha Epsilon--Chartered 1967
10. Sigma Phi Epsilon--Chartered 1949
11. Sigma Nu--Chartered 1955
12. Sigma Chi--Chartered 1949
13. Theta Chi--Chartered 1948
14. Theta Xi--Chartered 1948
15. Delta Sigma Phi-- Colony
NPC and IFC Features
Grand Chapter Accreditation and Awards
IFC All Sports Cup
Illinois definition of hazing--A person commits hazing who knowingly requires the performance of any act by a student or other person in a school, college, university, or other educational institution of this State, for the purpose of induction or admission into any group, organization, or society associated or connected with that institution if : (a) the act is not sanctioned or authorized by that educational institution; and (b) the act results in bodily harm to any person.
Bradley University definition of hazing--Hazing refers to any activity expected of someone joining a group (or to maintain full status in a group) that humiliates, degrades or risks emotional and/or physical harm, regardless of the person's willingness to participate.
Why does hazing occur?
Builds hazer's ego
Builds sense of community
Examples of Hazing
Being asked to carry an active member's books
Requiring a dress code
Calling new members "babies" or "pledges"
Requiring the participation of physical activities
Being told to consume large amounts of alcohol
Hazing is something that we do not tolerate; if you have concerns about being involved in any hazing activities, please contact the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Kathleen Prout.
as of Spring '16