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Fraternity & Sorority Life

The University of Mississippi

Fraternity & Sorority Excellence Awards

Fraternity & Sorority Excellence Awards are an opportunity to recognize and encourage excellence in the fraternal community here at the University of Mississippi. Each fraternity and sorority is required to submit a Core Values award application so that all of the many accomplishments of our chapters can be acknowledged. The application process and award ceremony are designed to applaud specific areas of achievement and encourage growth in lacking areas.

The chapter awards are reflective of the five Core Values of Fraternity & Sorority Life. One Core Value award will be given to a chapter in each of the three councils (Interfraternity, Panhellenic, and National Pan-Hellenic) that demonstrates the most significant effort to embody each specific Core Value. The winning chapter will have exceptional adherence to, or transcendence of, the criteria delineated by the University of Mississippi Fraternity & Sorority Life community.

A detailed rubric of both the Core Value Awards & Individual Awards can be found here.

Awards will be presented at our Fraternity & Sorority Excellence Awards ceremony, on April 15th, 2020 at 6:30 pm.

The deadline to submit the awards application is Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Chapters who fail to submit awards applications by this deadline will not be in good standing with Fraternity & Sorority Life until a complete application is submitted. All applications should be submitted online through the University of Mississippi Fraternity & Sorority Life’s portal on the Forum. Please note that nominations should be reflective of achievements during the 2019 calendar year

Core Values Awards

Unsung Hero

Outstanding Faculty Member

Outstanding House Director

Outstanding Chapter Advisor

Greek Man/Woman of the Year

Emerging Leader

Outstanding Chapter President

Outstanding Community Servant

If you have any specific questions about Greek Awards applications, please contact Grant Parker by email or 662-915-7609.