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NPHC Garden: Create A Space For Unity

The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC) Garden Project will celebrate and honor the contributions and history of the NPHC member fraternities and sororities whose organizations have impacted UNC’s campus since the first organization arrived in 1973 with their commitment to civic engagement, leadership, academic achievement and providing a sense of belonging for students.

Student Affairs

Carolina is home to eight historically African American fraternities and sororities which are governed by the UNC-Chapel Hill chapter of the NPHC. These organizations are service-oriented and conduct philanthropic events and hands-on community projects in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Located on South Campus between the SASB North and South, the NPHC Garden will create a positive environment for NPHC organizations to unite in efforts to promote their fraternities and sororities while educating students about the history of these diverse organizations.

Featuring a striking design with 10 foot columns and standing room for 125 people, the NPHC Garden has an estimated $750,000 cost and is 100 percent dependent on alumni and other donor support. Support for the NPHC Garden Brick CampaignOpens in new window will raise awareness and financial resources to build the garden and create a lasting legacy on Carolina’s campus. Once the fundraising target is met, project design and construction will take up to 19 months to come to fruition.

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