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Greek Points were created to incentivize the Greek community to foster relationships with members in different organizations other than their own. Greek Points provide the opportunity to come together and serve the campus and the University in service and philanthropic efforts. The goal of the Greek Programming Board and the Greek point system is that members will leave the university with friends in not only their own Greek Chapter but with friends in all four councils.


Greek Programming Board and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life have the final say on the delegation of Greek Points for events. Points value will be announced before the event. The Board withholds the right to deny based on location and availability of transportation for students.

  • All Greek Point events are worth 1 Greek Point, except for OFSL- sponsored events that are worth 3 Greek Points.
  • Chapter-sponsored events:
    • If a chapter is hosting a Greek Point event by themselves, members of that chapter are not eligible to receive points for that event.
    • If a chapter is co-hosting an event within your council, members are eligible to receive 1 Greek Point.
    • If a chapter is co-hosting an event with a chapter from another council, members are eligible to receive 2 Greek Points. Chapters will be limited to two events per council each semester.
  • Events sponsored by non-UA organizations will not be approved.

Events Approval

To use Greek Points for an event, it must align with the five engagement waves.

  • Goal 1: Global and Intercultural Learning
    • Develop the capacity to be informed, open-minded, and responsible while addressing significant issues in the world, learning to articulate self-identity and engage with diverse communities in a global context.
  • Goal 2: Leadership Development
    • Strengthen leadership skills and broaden core beliefs and values to influence personal, professional, and civic environments.
  • Goal 3: Holistic Development
    • Cultivate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to build a life of vitality, engagement, purpose, and resilience while creating healthy environments through college and beyond.
  • Goal 4: Experiential Learning
    • Promote learning to manage personal and professional experiences, behaviors, and skills to confidently achieve life-long success.
  • Goal 5:  Community Service and Engagement
    • Expand and develop an understanding of active participation in the community, promoting the value of human welfare and cultivating civic engagement and social responsibility.

Checklist for events approval:

  • Event approval form is filled out and submitted at least two weeks (14 days) before it occurs.
  • The event is open to participation for members from all councils
  • The event will not in any way promote, provide, or include the consumption and/or sale of alcohol in any way. This includes events held at bars.
  • The event is easily accessible to students (e.g. on campus or within reasonable walking distance from campus, etc.)
  • The completed attendance sheet is returned to us within one week of the completion of the event.
  • Submit graphics for your event to to ensure your event is featured on our @uaofsl Instagram page.


The Greek Programming Board oversees the approval of all Greek Points and Greek Point Events. The Greek Point Events Application is now closed for the Fall 2022 semester and resume on January 9th, 2023. Please complete the Greek Points Application, if you are interested in having Greek Points for an event your student organization or UA department is sponsoring. Before submitting the application, please review the Greek Points Guidelines above. For questions about Greek Points, please email All Greek Point applications are subject to approval.

List of Events

View the current list of eligible 2022 events below. Follow @uaofsl Instagram for live updates on Greek Point Events happening daily.

Bobamania Percentage Day

10/ 02- 03 from 12 – 8 p.m. at Bobamania, 1 point        Delta Gamma is hosting Anchor Games, a week-long philanthropy. Join them for a percentage day at Bobamania.

Anchor Games Basketball Tournament

10/ 04 from 4 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Sigma Chi, 2 point        Delta Gamma is hosting Anchor Games, a week-long philanthropy. Join them for a basketball tournament at Sigma Chi. For more information, visit their Instagram @bamadganchorgames.

WGRC Purple Pop- In

Every Wednesday in October from 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. , 1 point          Join us on Wednesdays in October for pop-in events to help spread awareness of dating and domestic violence on campus. DVAM ribbons/buttons and small DVAM crafts will be available. Locations: 10/5 – UA Rec Lobby, 10/12- Tutwiller Multi-Purpose Room, 10/26- Nursing School first floor.

WGRC Keynote Speaker

10/ 05 from 12 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the UA Student Center, Room 3115, 1 point      Hear from Dr. Mercedes Morales – Aleman and her research team! This event is hosted in honor of Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month. Lunch will be provided.

Mental Health Brown Bag- Suicide Prevention: Friends Helping Friends

10/ 05 from 12 – 1 p.m. on Zoom, 1 point        Being a good friend is suicide prevention! Learn how to best support someone in distress through open communication and thoughtful action. This is an online Zoom session. Please RSVP to the Suicide Prevention event on MySource, and you will receive the Zoom link via e-mail 1 hour before the event.

Anchor Games Volleyball Tournament

10/ 05 from 4 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Chi Phi, 2 point      Delta Gamma is hosting Anchor Games, a week-long philanthropy. Join them for a volleyball tournament at Chi Phi. For more information, visit their Instagram @bamadganchorgames.

Can It! Cookout

10/ 14 from 5 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Phi Gamma Delta, 2 point     Phi Gamma Delta and Alpha Gamma Delta are partnering with BABH to put on the Can It! Cookout. The event will heavily promote canned food donations, meal swipe donations, dining dollar donations, and monetary donations to go towards the Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food drive, promoting advocacy and awareness of solutions to food insecurity in the state of Alabama. Food and live music will be provided.

#Adulting- Listening in Our Networks of Relationships

10/ 19 from 12 – 1 p.m. on Zoom, 1 point         Dr. A. Jackson Harris will offer his insights on common barriers to listening and how to overcome them, for our relationships and for the health of our democracy. Join Crossroads Civic Engagement Center for this session. This is an online Zoom session. Please RSVP to the Listening in Our Networks of Relationships event on MySource, and you will receive the Zoom link via e-mail 1 hour before the event.

Battle of the Bands Championship

10/ 20 from 7 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. at Druid City Music Hall, 2 point     Come out to the Battle of the Bands Championship and see Amberwave, The Wheelers, Poundcake, and Midnight Steel compete for the title of “The Best Band in Tuscaloosa 2022”. Tickets are available for pre-purchase through UA’s ticketing system for $10. They will also be sold at the door for $10. All profits from the event will go to the SGA Needs Based Scholarship, a utilities based scholarship that students can access for expenses such as rent, car payments, etc .

Sigma Kappa Walk to End Alzheimer's Tabling

10/ 24 from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Sigma Kappa, 1 point             Stop by the Sigma Kappa house to sign up to participate and/or donate to the Alzheimer’s walk.

A Night with Ivan Maisel

10/ 24 at 6 p.m. in the UA Student Center Ballroom, 3 points                    Join The Division of Student Life for a book signing and talk from Ivan Maisel as he shares about his book “I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye” There will be free food, Q& A and resources available.

Financial Literacy Series

10/ 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Bidgood Room 140, 1 point             Join the Student Government Association for a Financial Literacy Series and hear from Tiffany Lawson, Kristy Pritchett, and Dr. Richard Stebbins on parking.

SGA 5k Benefitting the UA Veteran Scholarship Fund

10/ 29 from 9:30 a.m. at Denny Chimes, 1 point               This event is being put on by the VPSA cabinet of the UA Student Government Association. All of the funds raised will be going directly to the VA scholarship fund to provide more veteran students with scholarship opportunities! Check-in starts at 8:30 am.

Hallowed Grounds Tour

10/ 31 from 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Gorgas House, 1 point               Join the members of Kappa Alpha Theta and Black Faculty and Staff Association to learn about the history of campus on the Hallowed Grounds Tour.

Mental Health Brown Bag - Concerning Test Anxiety

11/ 02 from 12 – 1 p.m. on Zoom , 1 point           While it’s completely normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students find test anxiety debilitating. Uncontrolled test anxiety has the power to derail weeks and months of hard work. Join this talk to learn the causes of test anxiety and develop ways to stay calm in the days leading up to and during your test. This is an online Zoom session. Please RSVP to the Concerning Test Anxiety event on MySource and you will receive the Zoom link via e-mail 1 hour prior to the event.

DEI Greek Roundtable

11/ 02 from 4 – 6 p.m. at Student Center Room TBD, 1 point               An opportunity for members of the Greek community to gather with leaders in the community to discuss ongoing issues and concerns within the Greek community as well as larger UA campus. We will discuss ways to build our community and educate to address these concerns.

DZ Mac and Cheesy

11/ 02 from 5 – 7 p.m. at Delta Zeta, 1 point             Join the ladies of Delta Zeta for their philanthropy event benefiting the American Society for Deaf Children. They will sell tickets for $5; in return, you will get mac and cheese. All proceeds will be donated.

COLA Series: Archie Cares

11/ 07 from 7 – 9 p.m. at North Lawn Room 1000, 3 points     Holistic Development        Join the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life for the Chapter Officer Leadership Academy Series as we hear from Mental Health Advocate Archie Messersmith-Bunting. For more information about Archie visit,

UA B+ Dollar Days

11/ 08 All Day, Virtual , 1 point     Holistic Development         The B+ Foundation, is the largest childhood cancer financial assistance organization in the country. The B+ Foundation at Alabama works tirelessly with hundreds of students on campus to assist families who are suffering from childhood cancer by paying their rent or a utility bill for a month. Students are able to receive 1- Greek Point for a donation of $3. Greek Points will not be doubled if donations exceed the $3 limit. Donations are accepted through Venmo.

Sigma Kappa X Lambda Chi Pie For a Cause

11/ 14 from 4 – 6 p.m. at Lambda Chi Alpha, 2 points   Community Service and Engagement             Join Sigma Kappa and Lambda Chi for Pie For a Cause to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Participants can pie members from Lambda Chi or Sigma Kappa.

Nutrition Fad or Fact?

11/ 15 from 12 – 1 p.m. on Zoom, 1 point   Holistic Development             This Zoom-based nutrition presentation provided by the UA Dept. of Health Promotion and Wellness will go over some of the recent nutrition trends and discuss those that are real and those that should be debunked. We will discuss all things keto, very low-calorie diets, egg whites, carbohydrates, gluten, detoxes, intermittent fasting, and foods that ‚Äúburn‚Äù fat. Click here for the Zoom link.  

#Adulting- Communication and Self-Care

11/ 16 from 12 – 1 p.m. on Zoom , 1 point   Holistic Development         While returning home for the holidays may be an exciting and much-needed break from academics, it can also be stressful for others for a variety of reasons. This presentation will focus on the importance of self-care and assertive communication skills as students navigate being home for the holidays. Join the Counseling Center for this session. This is an online Zoom session. Please RSVP to the Communication and Self-Care event on MySource and you will receive the Zoom link via e-mail 1 hour prior to the event.

WAFB Wednesday

11/ 16 all day, online, 1 point   Community Service and Engagement             BABH is supporting the West Alabama Food Bank on WAFB Wednesday! Venmo $5 to @westalabamafoodbank for 1 Greek Point!

Toys for Tots Fundraising with Alabama Fire College

12/ 08 at various locations, 2 points   Community Service and Engagement             Kappa Alpha Order is hosting a Toy Drive with participating sorority/fraternity chapters to donate to the Alabama Fire College.  Donation boxes will be located at participating chapter houses. We will only accept unopened toys.