National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza

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National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza Website


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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) was founded in 1930 with the mission to promote “unanimity of thought and action as far as possible . . . and to consider problems of mutual interest” to the member organizations. Today, this international organization has grown to include nine historical fraternities and sororities representing over 6,500 graduate and undergraduate chapters and hundreds of thousands of members and alumni worldwide.


ETSU is proud to support five undergraduate chapters as part of the National Pan-Hellenic Council on campus today. Each group not only plays a vital role in student life but continues to produce confident and skilled leaders, who are not only succeeding academically, but demonstrate a commitment to give back to their communities through service.

In honor of the historical and contemporary significance of these organizations, the University, in partnership with the NPHC at ETSU, will designate space on the main campus in Johnson City, Tennessee for the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza. All Divine Nine organizations will be recognized.

The plaza will serve as a place to educate the campus about the history of each of the nine member organizations while offering a new outdoor gathering place for community engagement and programming. Included in the design of the project are some opportunities for demonstration of sponsorship.

This project has been a collaboration between Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Division of Student Life and Enrollment, Facilities, and Advancement.

$37,000 has already been secured for this project from several lead donors: CITI Black Heritage Network, the ETSU Interfraternity Council, ETSU Panhellenic Council, ETSU Buctainment, and ETSU National Pan-Hellenic Council.  Thank you so much for your leadership and support!


Included in the design of the project are some opportunities for recognition of sponsorship:

Platinum level: $10,000 and higher:

  • Recognition at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza Unveiling Ceremony, tentatively scheduled during ETSU's Homecoming on November 2
  • Eligible to exhibit company banner/display at Unveiling Ceremony
  • Top recognition on the donor plaque displayed permanently at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza

Gold level: $5,000 - $9,999:

  • Recognition at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza Unveiling Ceremony, tentatively scheduled during ETSU's Homecoming on November 2
  • Eligible to exhibit company banner/display at Unveiling Ceremony
  • Recognition on the donor plaque displayed permanently at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza

Silver level: $2,500 - $4,999:

  • Recognition at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza Unveiling Ceremony, tentatively scheduled during ETSU's Homecoming on November 2
  • Recognition on the donor plaque displayed permanently at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza

Bronze level: $1,000 - $2,499:

  • Recognition at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza Unveiling Ceremony, tentatively scheduled during ETSU's Homecoming on November 2
  • Recognition on the donor plaque displayed permanently at the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza

NOTE:  to be included on the plaque, donations and pledges need to be received by September 15, 2019.

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Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Students, Parents, Chapter Members
AffiliationDonorsDollars
Delta Sigma Theta 1$1,550
Kappa Alpha Psi 1$1,250
2016 1$1,000
Alpha Phi Alpha 1$1,000
2021 1$1,000
1995 1$1,000
2012 1$750
Alpha Kappa Alpha 1$100
1992 1$100
2000 1$100
Phi Beta Sigma 1$50
2015 1$50
2020 1$10


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14% Students

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34% Faculty/Staff

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7% Friends

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34% Chapter Members

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Rho Upsilon Chapter)
Sherrii Webb
Paul Cast Jr
Sigma Kappa-Gamma Lambda
Stephen R. Dixon
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Anonymous
MaKenzie L. Mosby
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