All courses for credit related to fraternity and sorority life are taught in the spring semester.
EDL 396a: Topics in Leadership: Critical Issues in Greek Life
This seminar section, Critical Issues in Greek Life, is designed to help students look critically at the contemporary issues facing the North American Fraternity and Sorority Movement, locally and nationally. Students will research, debate, and present on issues such as legal concerns (risk management, alcohol, liability, hazing), diversity and multiculturalism, and the history and purposes of Greek-letter organizations. (3 credits), Wednesdays, 2:00-4:30 pm
EDL 297a ANGLE- Advocates for National Greek Leadership Education
ANGLE is a peer education organization of fraternity and sorority members from The University of Arizona Greek community. ANGLE peer educators become trained through an academic course where they learn about presentation and facilitation skills as well as issues facing college students. ANGLE peer educators then present, facilitate, and educate fraternity and sorority members on these issues through forums including GREAT Greek Weekend. Any fraternity or sorority member whose chapter is affiliated with Panhellenic Association, National Pan-Hellenic Council, United Sorority & Fraternity Council or the Interfraternity Council at The University of Arizona can participate in ANGLE. All members of ANGLE. must be members of recognized fraternities or sororities that are in good standing with The University of Arizona. To participate in ANGLE students should contact Lauren Leif at email@example.com
- If accepted, you must be available for Great Greek Weekend during the fall semester in order to facilitate workshops.
- All those selected for the ANGLE peer education program must enroll in a training class on Mondays from 2pm-3:50pm during the Spring semester. This time is subject to change depending on need.