Through hands-on service and philanthropic support, our community is committed to civic responsibility. Their service to both the University and greater community helps many local and national organizations. Many of our chapters support philanthropies, which are typically non-profit organizations of their choosing in which they make monetary donations. We help educate and empower students to become socially responsible, active, and contributing members of society both locally and globally.
Community Service Hours Completed Raised for Charity
41 fraternity and sorority community members volunteered their time over spring break on the Fraternity and Sorority Life ASB Trip in Winder, Georgia.
Camp Twin Lakes, a camp for ill and disabled children, is able to send 40 campers to camp for no cost thanks to the help our community provided.
UA’s Fraternity and Sorority Community Grade, Service and Philanthropy Reports: