The University of West Florida's National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the governing body of the three active historically black Greek organizations at UWF. UWF has two active NPHC affiliated sororities and one active NPHC affiliated fraternity. NPHC's goal to unite as a single body under the ideals of sisterhood, brotherhood, scholarship and service to the community.
NPHC is governed by a Council of Presidents from the fraternities and sororities in the council.
Phi Beta Sigma President: Devonte Wilson
Zeta Phi Beta President: Marie Cenoble
The Membership Intake process to join an NPHC organization happens at various times during the year at the discretion of each group. It is heavily encouraged that students do extensive research into the NPHC organizations by visiting their websites and reading historical documents about each group. New students can prepare themselves for an intake process by enrolling full-time in classes and maintaining an above average GPA. They should get involved in service to the campus and community, and work on their preparing and updating their resume.
At the University of West Florida we have one historically Black fraternity. Phi Beta Sigma is a member of our National Pan-Hellenic Council. Please click on the link below to view more information about Phi Beta Sigma.
At the University of West Florida we have two historically Black sororities, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta. Please click on the links below to view more information about Zeta Phi Beta.
Alpha Kappa Alpha - ΑΚΑ
Zeta Phi Beta - ΖΦΒ