A guide to the UA's fraternities and sororities
More than 2,500 students at the UA are members of the 46 lettered social fraternities and sororities on campus. With so many groups focusing on different areas of service, academics and cultural issues, it is hard to keep them straight.
Whether you are looking to join or just looking to make sense of it all, here are short profiles on each of the social greek organizations at the UA.
Sorority recruitment begins Aug. 18 with an orientation in the Tucson Catalina Room in the Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 E. University Blvd. Chapter visits will continue for that week and the chapters will extend their bids on Aug. 24.