Held in the spring semester, this annual event provides the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life an opportunity to recognize and honor the achievements and efforts of our fraternities and sororities. The primary purpose of the Greek Excellence Program is to provide an objective appraisal of a chapter’s performance and to challenge each chapter to improve both programming and overall operations.
This year, the Greek Excellence Awards reception is scheduled for Sunday, February 19, 2017 and will be held in the Ferguson Student Center Great Hall and Ballroom. In order to be eligible to receive the various chapter awards, chapters must submit an electronic version of the packet by 5 p.m. CST on Tuesday, January 20, 2017. Let the packet serve as an instrument that highlights in detail, what your chapter has accomplished this year (January 2016 through December 2016).
For questions or concerns about the Greek Excellence Award Packet and/or the Awards Reception, please contact Nicole Jackson at 205-348-2693 or email@example.com.
Presented to chapters with high academic achievement, that have also focused on developing programs to promote scholarship for their membership
Presented to the chapters, who recognize that strong connections with chapter alumni/alumnae benefit members, by providing vital networking opportunities, and by offering opportunities for lifelong membership engagement.
Presented to those chapters that recognize that philanthropic and service initiatives are a great way to bring members together for a common cause. Also, winning chapters recognize that it is important to support causes that represent their fraternal values and allow them to make a positive impact on both a local and national scale.
Presented to chapters that ensure they are creating initiatives and taking steps that exemplify the Division of Student Life’s goal of fostering global citizenship and cultural understanding.
Presented to chapters who recognize membership in a Greek organization involves being a part of the greater University of Alabama and local Tuscaloosa community. By establishing positive community relationships Fraternities and Sororities demonstrate a commitment to living out their organization’s values.
Presented to chapters that focus on continual membership education and development. Winning chapters engage and educate members on personal and professional development, by using collaborative educational relationships or internal resources.
Presented to chapters that have established and implemented an effective program that educates members on mitigating risks, while developing policies that protect members and the chapter’s standing on campus.
Outstanding Partnership Award: Zoe Winston, Women and Gender Resource Center
Presented annually to one chapter who exemplifies the ideals and values of The University of Alabama’s Greek community.