NPHC is the coordinating body of nine historically African-American fraternities and sororities. UK's NPHC is proud to have active chapters of eight of these nine organizations. NPHC and the member organizations work to provide educational, cultural, service, and social programs to the UK and greater Lexington community each year.
In seeking membership into a NPHC organization, it is important to do your research. Make sure research all of the organizations and see which best align with you. Also be sure to get to know the chapter on campus by attending events, talking to chapter members, and participating in NPHC events. Lastly be on the lookout for rush and informational flyers on social media as well as around campus.
Membership intake is the new member orientation and initiation program used by chapters of the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
The intake process is organized by each chapter individually, but includes:
University of Kentucky’s Hazing Policy is listed under Admin Regulations 6:10:
Amnesty clause: individuals or groups who come forward and want to change their chapter culture can be granted amnesty (AR 6:10 subsection VI)