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Check out what is going on Off-Campus with Greek Life! The highlighted events are for everyone and unite our UM community together supporting great causes.

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

  • On April 13th, 2015, NPHC will have its annual Step Show. The purpose of the show is to highlight members of the Divine 9 through a series of fraternity and sorority specific steps. Each organization possesses their own unique moves and the step show allows them to promote their organization, while competing for a cash grand prize. This year will mark the show's 21st occurrence and will take place in the Mendelssohn Theater at 7:00pm. The show this year will have a Sci-Fi theme and is turning out to be the best show to date. Tickets will be on sale at the Michigan Union Ticket Office. For the first week, tickets will cost $7 and after that the price will increase to $10 leading up to the show and $15 at the door.

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) 

  • On March 31st, 2015, the University of Michigan Multicultural Greek Council will be hosting our 2nd annual Charity Ball! Tickets will be $10 for students (Greek and non-Greek) and 100% of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated directly to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Michigan. Come out and support an incredible cause!


Interfraternity Council (IFC) 

In an effort to promote a safer campus environment and in recognition that academics are students' first priority at the University of Michigan, the Interfraternity Council will be holding its St. Patrick's Day programming on March 21st, 2015. This includes the following events:

  • Beta Theta Pi Fraternity will be holding an alternative tailgate at their house on March 21st for St. Patrick's Day. This alcohol free tailgate is open to all students and will include a moon bounce and other holiday related festivities on their front lawn. This is a great opportunity to bring your friends around for an awesome time at Beta located at 604 State Street. 


For over 30 years, Greek Week has been bringing together the Greek Community for a series of events that raise money for charity. Fraternities and sororities team up to compete in events such as tug-of-war, volleyball, trivia, and more. This year, the week will end with a Sing & Variety Show, open to all at Michigan, on April 1st at 7 PM in the Hill Auditorium. Throughout this show, students will show off their singing and dancing skills. Tickets are $8 ahead of time or $10 at the door. Proceeds will go the following charities: Camp Kesem, Ele’s Place, Miracle League of Michigan, Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, Josh Levine Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and 826 Michigan. Read more about these charities


Contributed by Sarah Blegen