Greek Life

Student Affairs

NPHC Programs

Meet the Greeks

Within the first two weeks of every semester, Auburn University’s NPHC hosts, “Meet the Greeks”. This is an opportunity for those persons who are unsure about the process of joining one of the six active organizations, to meet and greet all of the fraternities and sororities. This serves as a great opportunity to ask questions and obtain more information regarding the organization’s history, informational, academic, and financial obligations, and on-campus events without the fear of showing a preference for one organization over another.  ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN MEMBERSHIP INTAKE MUST ATTEND ONE “MEET THE GREEKS” DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR OF THEIR PARTICIPATION.

It is important that each interested student take the time to learn about the history, aims, and national programs of each organization before joining an NPHC fraternity or sorority to fully appreciate and understand the depth of Black Greek Letter Organizations.

New Member Training

This training is a program designed to help new members of the NPHC community get a jump start on their leadership development while networking with peers. The training provides a variety of educational sessions and workshops led by graduate students, staff, faculty, and alumni.  The New Member Training is held each Fall semester.

Community Service

Auburn University’s NPHC  participates in several community service projects throughout the year.  Past projects include working at the food bank, hosting a princess camp, sponsoring a pumpkin decorating contest, and writing thank you letters to our servicemen and women.

Unity Yard Show

The Unity Yard show is a performance that includes stepping and is intended to promote unity amongst the Black Greek Lettered Organizations and the Auburn student body. The show helps the Greek community grow closer and shows the campus that Auburn University’s NPHC is united.

Last modified: August 31, 2021