Greek Life


Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. members win national talent competition

This summer, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated hosted their 56th Biennial Boule in Cleveland, OH. One of the convention highlights was the annual Annie Neville Talent Competition, which gives undergraduate members the opportunity to perform and compete for the title of Miss Annie Neville. Micah and Mariah Smith, members of the Iota Psi chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. here at the University of Michigan participated in this year’s competition after winning at the sorority’s central region conference back in March.

Mariah and Micah Smith with trophy


Panhellenic Women Attend Leadership Connection in May 2016

This past May, five panhellenic women represented the Ppanhellenic Association at Leadership Connection, a leadership summit hosted at Camp Michigania by the Center for Campus Involvement. Leadership Connection brought together fifty student leaders from nineteen different student organizations across campus. Organizations represented ranged from Central Student Government and Circle K to the Society of Women Engineers and the Vietnamese Student Association. This unique event brought together leaders of our campus and created a space where collaboration and creative ideas were abundant.


Brian Tenclinger named Director of Greek Life

Written by Kim Broekhuizen and originally published in the University Record on June 27, 2016

Brian Tenclinger has been named the University of Michigan's assistant dean of students and director of Greek Life, effective July 1.  Tenclinger most recently served as the interim director of growth for Zeta Beta Tau International Fraternity.  He was selected following a national search. Tenclinger replaces Mary Beth Seiler, who will retire this month after 37 years of service to the U-M Greek community.


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