National Hazing Prevention Week
National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is an opportunity for campuses, communities, fraternities, sororities, sports teams, organizations, and individuals to come together to talk about address hazing in their communities, raise awareness, educate others, promote the prevention of hazing, and take a STAND AGAINST HAZING. Annually, at ECU, The Division of Student Affairs observes National Hazing Prevention Week by planning a week complete with programs to further raise awareness and educate students about hazing.
Greek Council Leaders Retreat
The Greek Leaders Retreat kicks off the new year (January) and is an opportunity for council officers and chapter presidents to further develop as leaders. Leaders from across the ECU fraternity and sorority community coming together to set their own agendas, ask their own questions, share of their experiences, listen to the experiences of others, and learn as a community what it means to have the best possible experience at ECU.
The purpose of Greek Week is to celebrate the values, traditions and to build unity in the Fraternity and Sorority Community! Greek leaders agree to pledge themselves to the ideals of scholarship, fellowship, and service through a fun, safe and engaging environment. It is the hope that by doing this, generations hereon will learn from their example and foster Greek unity through the same environment through creating a welcoming and inclusive environment that fosters collaboration & creativity, to promote service to our campus and the Greenville Community and to spark conversation about how they can become increasingly unified and impactful at East Carolina University