*Please note unofficial transcripts are required for IFC and Panhellenic Recruitment. Also, IFC requires a 2.3 high school gpa and a 2.25 for transfers in order to participate.
Intake is done at the discretion of the individual NPHC groups. Filling out the registration merely shows your interest in belonging to one of these organizations.
The Greek community a the University of Tennessee at Martin consists of a group of diversified men and women belonging to 23 different fraternities and sororities. The Greek community at UTM is building a strong future for its members. Opportunities are available for growth and excellence in academic, leadership, service learning and social arenas. Fraternity and sorority membership can offer a more well-rounded college experience.
There are 3 governing bodies for Greek Life at UTM. The Interfraternity Council (IFC) represents 8 fraternities. The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) represents our 9 historically African-American fraternities and sororities. The Panhellenic Council represents our 6 sororities. Each Council is an integral part of Greek Life at UTM.
The fraternity and sorority members at UTM are leaders in various areas of campus involvement. The Greek community has provided a significant outlet for those dedicated to making such commitments. The Greek experience is tremendous for those students who choose to join. A fraternity or sorority will provide life-long friendships and excellent opportunities for personal growth.
For more information about Greek Life at UT-Martin please use the email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Office of Greek Life, 213 University Center, Martin, TN 38238. You can also reach the office by phone at 731-881-7527.
The Greek community a the University of Tennessee at Martin consists of a group of diversified men and women belonging to 23 different fraternities and sororities.
View the list of current organizations on the UT Martin Campus.