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statement on Black Lives Matter here!
The United Sorority & Fraternity Council (USFC) is the governing council for identity-based and multicultural fraternities and sororities at the University of Arizona. USFC consists of 7 fraternities and 11 sororities. The purpose of USFC is to advocate Greek unity and chapter life on campus, to support the achievement of each Greek organization's purposes, to serve as a liaison between Greek members within USFC and the University of Arizona administration, and to provide a forum of government and the regulation of chapters' affairs. USFC implements its purpose through hosting social and educational events such as USFC Week and the Triple S Show.
The mission of USFC is to assist sororities and fraternities in the achievement of their noble purposes:
- to promote inclusion among our chapters and the college community
- to support endeavors for excellence and success
- to encourage service for the college and local communities
- to enrich chapter life and campus involvement both within and outside of the UA fraternity/sorority community
- to provide a forum for the government and regulation of chapter affairs including the role of liaison between member chapters and the University administration
USFC promotes service to the community, tight-knit friendships, and multicultural & inclusive experiences.