Equal Opportunity & Non-Discrimination Policy
The National Panhellenic Conference and the University of Cincinnati, in compliance with the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Higher Education Act), do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or ethnicity in any of their policies, practices or procedures.
Hazing in any form at the University of Cincinnati is absolutely forbidden. Hazing is defined as an activity which recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental health, physical health or safety of a student for the purpose of initiation or admission into, or affiliation with, any organization operating subject to the sanction of the public or private school or of any institution of higher education in the state of Ohio. In addition, the University of Cincinnati Student Rights and Responsibilities Governing Student Behavior document prohibits any form of racial, ethnic and sexual harassment.
Alcohol is strictly prohibited during Panhellenic Recruitment and New Member Events. Members of fraternities and sororities must comply with local, state and federal laws including the laws that are outlined in their national organization, housing board and advisor(s). Policies regarding the use and distribution of alcohol can be found in the Fraternity and Sorority life Guidelines on our website, as well as the Student Code of Conduct.
A Message From 2020-2021 Panhellenic Executive Council:
To The UC Panhellenic Community,
We, the Executive Board of UC's Panhellenic Council, stand with our Black brothers and sisters and condemn all acts of racism and discrimination. We see you and hear you. You are a valued part of what makes our campus UC and what makes our houses a home.
We, along with our nation, mourn the loss of George Floyd, and all other Black persons that have been subject to the injustice that is deeply rooted in America. It is vital that we continue to advocate and educate for change. This is an important conversation that should not be silenced - the time is now.
Our Panhellenic Council celebrates the diversity and humanity of women across our 11 chapters, as well as the men and women across our National Pan-Hellenic Council, Multi-Cultural Greek Council and Interfraternity Council. Diversity and Inclusion are not only important values of our council, but something both CPC and UC strive to improve on today and every day moving forward.
We are committed to advocating for all women, no matter their race. We will not stay silent in times such as these. Hatred and racism hold no place within our community.
UC Panhellenic Council