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Twenty-six fraternities are a part of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Georgia. Several of the chapters, both locally and nationally, are devoted to awarding various scholarships to incoming freshmen students, current fraternity members or UGA students.

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On the first day of classes, students at the University of Georgia not only find out what to expect from the semester academically, but those who participated in Panhellenic recruitment, also known as rush, find out which sorority they have been matched with at the final event of recruitment  — Bid Day.

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Fraternities and sororities in the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council at the University of Georgia have long gone without traditional houses for their members to use. And some of these NPHC and MGC organizations would like to finally have a place to call home.

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In light of recent reporting of discrimination of a black student during Panhellenic rush at the University of Alabama, Cydney Adams, a black member of a UGA Panhellenic sorority, doesn’t want others to believe UGA conducts recruitment like the chapters at UA.

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Each Greek council on campus acts as an umbrella organization over numerous fraternities and sororities on campus. While there are some definite similarities, each council has its own personality and functions with relative independence from the other councils. But council presidents are open to increased collaboration.