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Cross Council Exchange

Each semester, our four governing councils come together to foster relationships and gain greater understanding of each other. Staff work collectively with students to develop topics and activities.

Cross Council Exchange is an opportunity for chapter members to learn more about how the four governing councils do and can work collaboratively as well as the similarities and uniqueness of our community!

February 23 at 6:00 PM

Alumni Memorial Building (AMB) 32

Members should RSVP for the Spring 2022 CCE here:

Name(Required)
Example: smoke101@vols.utk.edu
I agree that by completing this form I am confirming: I will attend the 2022 Spring Cross Council Exchange that will be held on February 23 at 6:00-8:00 PM. If I am unable to attend, I will find a replacement within my chapter. If I have any querstions, I will contact the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life at greeklife@utk.edu(Required)

Any member or new member of your chapter that wants to learn more about the whole community! For example: Public Relation Chairman, Social Chairman, future chapter or council leaders, or any interested members.

For SOFE Points:

  • Chapters with 20 or less members: 1-2 representatives
  • Chapters with 20 or more members: at least 4 representatives
  • IFC/MGC/NPHC/Panhellenic Executive Council Members are encouraged but not required to attend

Cross Council Exchange was established in 2014 in efforts to foster stronger sense of community, awareness and enhance cultural competencies within the sorority and fraternity community. Through CCE, staff within the Office of Sorority have been able to host and collaborate with intern/external stakeholders to, “develop and promote intentional opportunities  to engage with diverse communities.” (Division of Student Life, Priority 5.3)

“The Office of Sorority & Fraternity Life is continually utilizing the best resources, partners, and content experts to develop and provide unparalleled programs for the members of our community.”