National Pan-Hellenic Council


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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) was founded in Washington, D.C. on the campus of Howard University; May 10, 1930. Nationally, the NPHC is comprised of the nine Greek organizations, commonly referred as the "Divine Nine."

The purpose of the Council is to promote interaction among its affiliates. By engaging in collective programming and ideas through a variety of functions and activities, the Council has a powerful impact on their communities. Here at UNF, some of the past projects include Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade, NPHC Week, and Mentoring Project with students from Andrew Jackson High School, and our Community Step Show/Cook Out.
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