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About the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has a large fraternity and sorority community, consisting of approximately 3,800 student members from 54 Greek-lettered organizations that are overseen by four governing councils. Embodying and promoting the pillars of scholarship, brother/sisterhood, leadership, and philanthropy and service, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life works to foster growth and development of individuals and chapters within the community.


About the position

The primary functions of the graduate assistant will be to:

  • Report to professional staff under the leadership of the Director, and serve as a member of UNC Student Affairs
  • Assist with the advisement of the Interfraternity and National Pan-Hellenic Councils in the areas of programming and council/chapter operations
  • Assist with the development and organization of the annual Presidents Leadership Academy, Standards of Excellence Awards program, and other educational/training programs
  • Assist with the evaluation and assessment of programs and services provided by the OFSL
  • Other duties as assigned or of special interest to the graduate assistant, including health/wellness promotion and prevention education (Interpersonal Violence, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Eating Disorders, etc.) and diversity and inclusion initiatives
  • Other duties as assigned

The graduate assistant is expected to develop the following competencies as a result of this position:

  • Advising and supporting
  • Assessment, evaluation, and research
  • Law, policy, and governance
  • Leadership
  • Organizational and human resources
  • Personal and ethical foundations
  • Social justice and inclusion
  • Student learning and development

The position is expected to begin in August 2021 and end May 2022. An extension into 2022-2023 is possible, depending on a mutual fit. The graduate assistant is expected to work 20 hours per week in the office/telecommuting, including selected evenings and weekends. Compensation is a $15,000 yearly stipend.



Applicants must be enrolled in a related graduate program and be a member of a Greek-lettered organization or have experience working with fraternities and sororities.


To apply

Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to Berengere Phillips at by May 14, 2021.

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