The Greek Forum is mandatory for students who wish to pursue membership in any of the NPHC Greek organizations. The NPHC executive board will host a Greek Forum during the first few weeks of both the fall and spring semesters. Students who are considering participating in an NPHC-affiliated Greek organization’s intake process must attend Greek Forum before attending any NPHC organization’s interest meeting. For additional information about the Greek Forum, please contact Fraternal Leadership and Learning at 662-915-7609 or visit us in Minor Hall, BO5-C.
Registration for the Spring 2018 Greek Forum will open on December 1st, 2017. We look forward to seeing many of you at the Spring 2018 Forum!
The Greek Forum is scheduled for Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 6:00pm in Bishop 209.
NPHC Aspirant Required Educational Programming
Students interested in joining a fraternal organization in the Spring of 2018 must complete the University’s Campus Clarity requirement in order to participate in NPHC Intake. Additionally, NPHC aspirants must also attend 2 one hour educational programs. One program will address alcohol & other drugs, and the other will feature violence prevention. Registrants for both the NPHC Greek Forum will receive an email to their go.olemiss.edu address details about RSVPing for these programs. Save the date now for one of each program:
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Meet the Greeks Week
Meet the Greeks Week is the introduction to all the University of Mississippi NPHC Greek organizations. Additionally, the NPHC organizations will host events to showcase each organization’s mission, purpose and accomplishments. This is a week filled with information and fun.
Top 5 Things You Can Do to Show Interest in an NPHC Chapter
- Attend chapter programs and events.
- Attend an interest or informational meeting for the chapter(s) in which you are interested.
- Get to know members of the organization at every opportunity.
- Research information on the internet about the group(s) in which you are interested.
- Show your own involvement on campus (i.e., get involved in clubs, community service, etc.).
At the University of Mississippi, first-year students must complete the Campus Clarity Think About It (freshmen) or Adult Learner (transfer students) course. Students participating in intake should have completed their respective course in their first semester at the university by the deadline established by the Office of Health Promotion. To learn more about the Campus Clarity programs, including how to receive access to the course or timing of each part, visit the Office of Health Promotion.