Arkansas Tech University hosted a National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) chartering ceremony at the Hull Building Student Union on Saturday, April 29.
As a result of the ceremony, ATU now has an active association with the organization that serves as a coordinating body of nine member historically African American Greek letter organizations.
ATU students who hold membership in Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority were among those on hand to celebrate the chartering.
Tanya Robinson, president for the NPHC Little Rock chapter, and Brandon Randle, vice president for the NPHC Little Rock chapter, presided over the ceremony.
“We gather on this momentus occasion to welcome another pan-hellenic council into our fold,” said Robinson. “We have been petitioned by Greeks on the campus of Arkansas Tech University to grant a National Pan-Hellenic Council charter so that they might form a more cohesive and meaningful force in the communities where they reside.”
Learn more about NPHC at www.nphchq.com.