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Panhellenic Extension

The University of Arizona Panhellenic is excited to announce we are open for extension!

The NPC Extension Committee has received minutes evidencing
the Panhellenic Council's vote (12-0) to open for extension. There are
currently 12 NPC groups on campus: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha
Epsilon Phi, Alpha Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Gamma, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa
Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Kappa, Pi Beta Phi and Chi Omega. The
chapters range in size from 130-358. Chapter Total is 306. There are also 22
NIC groups and 20 NPHC and multicultural groups.  
All of the current NPC chapters on The University of Arizona
campus have traditional housing.
While no housing is currently available, fraternity and sorority housing
is currently being discussed as part of the campus use plan. As more
information on our housing becomes available it will be shared with groups that
have expressed interest. 
 Located in Tucson,
Ariz., The University of Arizona is a public research institution, which enrolls
~33,000 students, 55 percent of which are female. The University of Arizona
offers baccalaureate degrees in the traditional liberal arts and sciences,
interdisciplinary studies, and professional schools, along with Master's and
PhD. degrees in several specialized areas. The University of Arizona enrollment
has increased in the past few years and is expected to continue to grow. For
more information, see the University's website: 
For a complete packet of information please visit The
University of Arizona Panhellenic Website, This packet includes information on
the Greek system, housing information, the specific questions that need to be
addressed in application materials and the complete extension timeline.  
Exploratory visits are allowed. Please contact CJ Graz to
schedule a visit.  
All materials must be submitted by January 27, 2017. Electronic/digital format is 
preferred but hard copies are acceptable.
Please submit all information and refer any questions to: 
CJ Graziano, Fraternity & Sorority Programs 520-626-5608  
*The committee anticipates a new organization to colonize in
fall 2017 for the formal recruitment process. However, the committee is open to
discussion should the invited organization be interested in colonizing in
spring 2018, given the appropriate resources are available.  

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