Greek Points were created to incentivize the Greek community to foster relationships with members in different organizations other than their own. Greek Points provide the opportunity to come together and serve the campus and the University in service and philanthropic efforts. The goal of the Greek Programming Board and the Greek point system is that members will leave the university with friends in not only their own Greek Chapter, but with friends in all four councils.
Greek Programming Board has the final say on the delegation of Greek Points for events. Points value will be announced before the event. The Board withholds the right to deny based on location and availability of transportation for students.
All Greek Point events are worth 1 Greek Point, with the exception of:
If a Greek chapter is hosting a Greek Point event alone, that chapter is not eligible to receive points for that event.
The board has a strict two strike policy for not returning the completed attendance sheet within one week. After the first strike you will receive a warning. After two strikes your organization or chapter will be put on probation and will no longer be able to register or host Greek Point events for the rest of the semester.
Checklist for events approval:
The maximum number of events in a month is to be decided upon by the Board and may change due to external factors:
The Greek Programming Board oversees the approval of all Greek Points and Greek Point Events. Please complete the Greek Points Application, if you are interested in having Greek Points for an event your student organization or UA department is sponsoring. Prior to submitting the application, please review the Greek Points Guidelines listed above. For questions about Greek Points, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All Greek Point applications are subject to Greek Programming Board approval. Applications for the 2019-2020 year will open on August 1.