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National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at UT is composed of 7 historically African American sororities and fraternities (two sororities and five fraternities). These organizations live by the values of culture, academic achievement, diversity, community service, leadership, and lifetime brotherhood and sisterhood. NPHC organizations are committed campus leaders that produce and engage in educational and social activities.

They are active in philanthropic and community service events such as Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, food drives, coat drives, and more. NPHC also hosts various events such as NPHC Community Service Week, Meet the Greeks, and other sponsored programs. NPHC was granted charter at UT in 2007.

See a full list of NPHC chapters

NPHC President Ronnie Little Jr.
NPHC Advisor Tenea Lowery
NPHC President Ronnie Little Jr.
Vice President Brianna Harris
Director of Programming Robert Nisby
Community Service Tony Hall III
Treasurer Kevona Starks
Secretary Amber Hale
Historian Kayla Tisdale
Parliamentarian Trevor Bass
Council Liaison Juanya Smith


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