The links below provide information for current members. If you need additional information or resources, please contactin Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Information for chapter officers including council policies and required forms, contact information, and additional resources. You can also view all FSL policies through BBNvolved.
Looking to register your philanthropy, formal, or date party? On BBNvolved, select your chapter, then "Manage Organization" in the upper right corner. Then, select the three lines to the left of your organization name in the upper left and select "evets". If you don't have this button, your chapter president needs to update your permissions. Reach out to your Chapter Coach or a previous chair if you have any questions!
Includes contact information for chapter presidents, chapter philanthropy & service chairs, and the council officers for IFC, NPHC, Panhellenic, and UGC.
Many of the resources provided to individual members of the fraternity and sorority life community are made possible through the FSL Fee. This fee is assessed similarly to other student fees, such as lab fees, through the student’s online tuition bill each semester. The FSL Fee, which shows up as “Greek Fee”, is first assessed the semester in which a student joins and continues each semester of their membership. All members who joined prior to Fall 2020 will continue to be assessed the current $12.23 per semester fee until they graduate or transfer from the institution. Beginning Fall 2020, the FSL Fee assessed each semester to individual members joining the Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council will be $65 and the FSL Fee assessed to individuals members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council and United Greek Council will be $30. Information about the fee can be found here.
Includes links to University resources for academic support, fraternity and sorority grade reports and additional information.
Information about University of Kentucky resources (such as UKPD, the Community of Concern, and Fire Marshal), risk reduction resources and policies, and contact information for relevant offices. Use the buttons below to report a concern to the Community of Concern office or to report hazing.