We Build Community. With over 2,700 members and over 40 chapters organized in four councils, fraternity and sorority life offers a unique lifelong involvement opportunity that can be one of the most significant and rewarding experiences of a lifetime. We are a community of commitment that has been a UConn tradition for over 130 years and it is our hope that you will find that our award winning fraternity and sorority community espouses excellence, integrity, and honor.

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  1. ΖΦΒ Founders' Day ΖΦΒ Founders' Day12:00am 1/16
  2. Leadership Launch: Exceling at Expectations of Excellence Leadership Launch: Exceling at Expectations of Excellence5:00pm 1/25
  3. Leadership Launch: CFSD Updates with Joe Briody Leadership Launch: CFSD Updates with Joe Briody6:00pm 1/25
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#FinalsFriday: We wish you a good luck on finals beginning next week! We commend you all for staying healthy and adjusting to this new virtual environment. See you in 2021! ✨

#WeBuildCommunity #FinalsWeek #YouGotThis

#TransformationThursday: Today is National Human Rights Day! On December 10, 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). This document declares the inviolable rights which everyone is entitled to as a human regardless of race, religion, sex, language, and other opinions/status. We wanted to share 4 measures to close the gap and advance equity.
• End discrimination of any kind
• Address inequalities
• Encourage participation and solidarity
• Promote sustainable development
We can all do our part to create sustainable change making our world better and more resilient. Visit un.org for more information! Stand Up for Human Rights

#WeBuildCommunity #RecoverBetter #HumanRightsDay

#WhyWednesday: Shekar Sunderesh shared with us why he joined @sigep_uconn ⬇️
• Organization: Sigma Phi Epsilon
• Prior Leadership Position within Organization: VP of Member Development
• “While looking for a fraternity to join my Freshman year, I wasn't sure who or what would be a good fit for me. After finding SigEp, however, I felt right at home talking to the members from the get-go. I knew that I would be able to pursue my academics to the best of my ability while also having a strong support group that I could turn to for anything. They taught me how to better myself as an individual and provided opportunities to explore my interests. I could not have pictured a better two years spent.”

Let us know why you joined your organization! #WeBuildCommunity #uconncfsd

MeetOurCommunityMonday: Today you get to learn more about our Panhellenic Council (UCPC). It is currently made up of 9 active organizations on campus. The Council works hard to unite each of these groups and is charged with developing leadership opportunities, educational events, social interactions, community service and philanthropic activities and advocacy for Panhellenic sororities. The organizations recruit new members in the beginning of the fall semester as well as a few recruit members during the spring semester. To learn more visit @ucpanhellenic

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#andGreek: Meet Srivani Agnihotram today she shares with us her #andGreek story!

“Being born and raised in America, I have always struggled a bit to stay in touch with my Hindu roots while living in a completely different environment. Like many households, I am expected to abide by cultural morals/ethics and be an obedient daughter who never really questions anyone. However, over time, I felt like I didn’t exactly have a voice and never really knew how to stand up for myself because of social and cultural expectations. Additionally, I come from a town where I am considered a minority, so coming to campus as a UConn freshman, I thought it would be difficult for me to fit in. Going to Involvement Fairs helped me gain new friends and do things I love, but I didn’t feel a connection that allowed me to personally relate to someone. I never really considered joining Greek life at first, but as a current member of Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Incorporated, I can guarantee that it was one of the best decisions I ever made. Being a South Asian interest (but not exclusive) Sorority with a diverse Sisterhood, Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Incorporated has helped me develop into a more well-rounded woman with a voice that matters and a leader of the future. My Sisters come from similar ethnicities like mine, allowing me to relate to their experiences and feel like I belong in a community. I am currently the Historian of my Charter, and cannot wait for future opportunities to allow me to present myself as a proud Indian.”

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#WhyWednesday:  Emily Tan shared with us why she joined @uconnkpl ⬇️
• Organization: Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
• Graduated: May ’20 🎓
• Joined Organization: Fall ’16 ❤️
• “As a freshman, I was focused on adjusting to the college setting with no initial intentions to rush Kappas. However, after meeting with some sisters during the rush events, I found my own genuine, supportive group of fellow women. I appreciated the ability to make connections with sisters from other chapters who inspire me to be better and do better. What made me not only stay in Kappas, but continue to promote Kappas, are the opportunities this sorority has given me to grow as an individual and contribute to my community. There are many resources and lifelong experiences that attribute to the person I am today, and the person I am still striving to be!” ✨

Let us know why you joined your organization! #WeBuildCommunity #uconncfsd