Programming Initiatives

 

Greek 101 - this program is for potential new members (PNMs) to gain a better insight from the Greek Life Office about what it means to be Greek, the requirements for recruitment, and an opportunity to ask questions.

Greek Leadership Conference - a program that is for chapter members to gain a better understanding of the inner workings of positions. This program will be used for the Excellence in Leadership Seminar (ELS) sessions, which is a requirement for all recognized student organizations on campus to attend at least three (3). Chapters that do not attend the conference will need to attend the ELS sessions on their own time. 

Greek Leadership Retreat - a program for chapter President's, chapter delegates, and Council officers from the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and Panhellenic Association held in January every year. This retreat is a requirement for those individuals and are expected to be in attendance. Areas of focus at the retreat will consist of teambuilding activities to get to know the community leaders, discussions of how to be a leader in your chapter and in the community, and breakout sessions for each council to set goals for the next year. 

Greek Standards - The Greek Standards and Awards process recognizes chapter's for their outstanding achievement from the previous year. This program initiative is required for all chapters and chapters may not opt out. 

Meet The Greeks Kickoff - Will be held on September 9th, 2017 on University Yard. This is your first chance to meet all of the Greek chapters that we offer on campus. 

New Member Days - New Member Days is a required hour and half Greek education program for students who are interested in becoming a part of the Greek community at George Washington University. The program is designed to compliment chapter new member education by having interested members/new members engage in a variety of topics from what it means to be Greek, how to get involved beyond just membership, risk management, image, alcohol/substance use, sexual assault awareness, and hazing. Click HERE for more information.

Officer Groups

Our Purpose Leadership Summit