Inter-Greek Council Chapters
The Inter-Greek Council (IGC) is a self-governing student organization that provides guidelines and support to member organizations. The IGC consists of each IGC chapter president and an appointed representative from each chapter. The council meets bi-monthly with the Director of Campus Activities. IGC meetings are a place where members are able to learn from each other, work together and discuss issues within the YHC Greek community.
- Alpha Omega
- Alpha Xi
- Chi Delta Phi
- Kappa Sigma
- Kappa Tau Omega
- Phi Sigma Kappa
- Upsilon Delta Sigma
- Zeta Pi
This sorority promotes sisterhood, scholarship, good sportsmanship and character.
Gamma Psi provide’s a sisterhood that promotes virtue, compassion and fellowship through acceptance based on moral character.
Phi Alpha Phi promotes love and encouragement through the unity of a Christian sisterhood, rooted in a passionate love for God. Our goal is to achieve outreach and ministry throughout the campus and the community. We have banded together, under God, as a solid rock of support to offer strength and accountability for one another in each of their daily walks with Christ. We constantly strive to reflect the example laid before them in Proverbs 31, by showing humble kindness and a strong love for the Lord.
We develop a strong sisterhood and friendship through understanding and working together, as well as providing opportunities for recreation, leadership and scholarship. We promote individualism, service to the campus and community, and good sportsmanship. Our members develop cooperation and leadership skills by working with one another. One of our main goals is to increase a sense of initiative and self-confidence among members of this strong sisterhood..
Our sorority's overarching goal is to foster in the hearts of our members a love for Christian fellowship and an attitude of goodwill towards others.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded January 16, 1920. Zeta began as an idea conceived by five coeds: Arizona Cleaver, Myrtle Tyler, Viola Tyler, Fannie Pettie and Pearl Neal, at Howard University in Washington, D.C. We were founded to address societal mores, ills, prejudices, poverty and health concerns of the day. Omega Epsilon Zeta Chapter will be the advising chapter at Young Harris College and we can be contacted at email@example.com or through our website at www.oezeta.org.
We provide a brotherhood on campus that is based on Christian values, a place to gather to share common Christian beliefs, and a refuge from ideals and interests which may otherwise compromise the shared Christian values of the brotherhood. Our brothers take advantage of service and/or mission opportunities throughout the campus and community, as well as to fellow brothers and sisters in Christ wherever they may be.
The brothers of Alpha Xi are committed first and foremost to academic achievement and community service. We also stress the importance of athletic determination and the growth of brotherhood through friendship and trust.
Founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service, Kappa Sigma is among the most preferred men’s college social fraternities in North America, pledging more men annually than any other fraternity. The Fraternity has over 250,000 initiates, of which over 182,000 are living, and boasts nearly 15,000 undergraduate members at 284 Chapters and Colonies on college and university campuses across North America.
Kappa Tau Omega upholds three principles of honor, brotherhood, and independence. Brothers of Kappa Tau Omega view themselves as leaders of the campus community and aspires to raise the standard for student organizations with regard to academics and community service.
Chi Delta Phi
The purpose of this Fraternity is an endeavor to strengthen its members on the foundation of leadership, integrity, and chivalry, and, through these principles create a bond of everlasting brotherhood.
The newest chapter on campus, Phi Sig is a national fraternity with an enviable leadership development system and career networking program for alumni and new graduates. Founded in 1873, Phi Sigma Kappa’s Cardinal Principles are Brotherhood, Scholarship and Character. Phi Sig has initiated more than 150,000 men from over 200 chapters at leading colleges and universities across America.
Upsilon Delta Sigma holds true to our virtues and morals, to believe in ourselves, to make right decisions, to foster a spirit of brotherhood, to excel academically and athletically, to better our community and college, and to believe in tradition, loyalty and brotherhood no matter what walk of life we come from.
Zeta Pi seeks to strengthen our members intellectually, physically and socially. These goals are achieved through stressing academic excellence, brotherhood, athletic achievement and charity. In addition, Zeta Pi strives to evoke a substantial sense of community on the Young Harris College campus by providing social activity opportunities.