Our Community


Greek Week

Spring at the UTD Greek community means only one thing - the week-long celebration we call Greek Week. The goal of Greek Week is to unite the Greek Community under a common bond of fraternal friendship. There are activities to help the community, to foster friendship, and of course, to have some fun along the way.

Homecoming
One of the campus-wide highlights of the fall semester is participating in the Homecoming activities.  From Parades to BBQ’s to being crowed King and Queen, our Greek community supports the pride and spirit of the UTD Comets!

UGC/NPHC Meet the Greeks
Meet the Greeks is an opportunity for students interested in any United Greek Council and National Pan-Hellenic chapters to find out more information regarding joining these organizations.


Viva Volunteer featuring Greeks Give
Service is one of the Four Pillars recognized within the Greek community.  As a large component of what we do, Greeks participate as a group in UTD's Viva Volunteer day long service event.

Founders Day Celebrations
We celebrate each of our chapters founding dates (nationally or at UTD) with cupcakes and fanfare in our office. Each chapter is so important to the unique FSL Community we have here at UTD.

Greek Convocation
The Greek Convocation is the traditional way our community closes the fall semester.  It is a time to learn more about who we are as an overall community and meet people outside just our chapter and council.


Greek Chill
The Greek Chill has become one of most highly attended events for students to participate at the beginning of the fall semester during Welcome Week. The Greek Community invites all students to come out to The Plinth in the Student Union Mall to enjoy music, free food, activities, and an opportunity to make new friends.

National Hazing Prevention Week
National Hazing Prevention Week is where campuses and organizations across the country participate in prevention and awareness activities. The Greek community strongly encourages members to participate in hazing prevention education activities on campus and in their chapter.