The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at The University of Tennessee is home to seven historically African American sororities and fraternities. These organizations live by the values of tradition, academic achievement, community service, leadership, and lifetime brotherhood and sisterhood. Learn more about NPHC history.
|Name||National Founding||UT Founding|
|Alpha Kappa Alpha||1908||1970|
|Iota Phi Theta||1963||2012|
|Kappa Alpha Psi||1911||1986|
|Omega Psi Phi||1911||1970|
|Phi Beta Sigma||1914||1979|
|Sigma Gamma Rho||1922||1991|
|Zeta Phi Beta||1920||1974|
View a timeline of desegregation at The University of Tennessee.
Watch a video that was featured during the 2011 Grand Gala celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of African American achievement and integrated enrollment at UT.