Greek Village Open House – Homecoming 2014

NPHC SORORITY WING-LOCAL-MOSES copy75On October 25, 2014, an Open House will be held cartier bracelets for the UCA Greek Village Project.  The Open House will take place from 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM at the future Sigma Sigma Sigma (Tri Sigma) house (located on the corner of Donaghey and College).  Each sorority will have a table in the Tri Sigma house with the renderings cartier bracelet
of their future homes.  Guests will also be able to view the interior of the Tri Sigma house in it’s current phase of construction.  The NPHC Sorority Complex will also be viewable from a distance.  Office of Student how to open a cartier bracelet
replica cartier ring Life staff members will also be available to answer any questions that guests may have.  Complimentary parking is available in all UCA lots near the Greek Village site.

2014 All Greek Step Show Recap

The Show

The 2014 All Greek Step Show took place on April 17 and it was a huge success! This year, at least 1,700 people joined the UCA fraternity/sorority community in the Farris Center for the largest mixed-Greek step show in the state of Arkansas! Every team did an amazing job and it was a close race for the top spot! A big thank you goes out to all of the NPHC organizations that participated in the step show and allowed the larger UCA fraternity/sorority community experience your histories and traditions. Below you will find the top three standings for the step show:

IMG_4427First Place Team: Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Phi Sigma Kappa, and Sigma Phi Epsilon

Second Place Team: Phi Beta Sigma, Delta Zeta, and Sigma Tau Gamma

Third Place Team: Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji)

Congratulations to these groups for winning top honors and to all of the other teams that participated! Also, thank you to the All Greek Council for coordinating and managing the entire show!

The Awards

In addition to the step show competition, yearly awards of excellence were also handed out at the 2014 All Greek Step Show. The awards handed out recognize groups and individuals for outstanding achievements in academics, leadership, service, and philanthropy. Awards for Outstanding Greeks and Man/Woman of the Year are also handed out to recognize the most influential and amazing members of the UCA fraternity/sorority community. Congratulations to all of the individuals and groups that won awards this year! Below is a listing of all of the awards and recipients:

IMG_4410Greek Man of the Year: Steven Shook

Outstanding Greek Men:

  • An’Reckas Daniels
  • Dylan Doughty
  • Connor Nowotny
  • Aaron Owen

Greek Woman of the Year: Daley JohnstonIMG_4538

Outstanding Greek Women:

  • Sally Adlong
  • Timia Watson
  • Michelle Kerr
  • Lindsey Dacus

Rookies of the Year:IMG_4489

  • Rachel Parker
  • Jacob Wickliffe

Highest Overall 2013 GPA:

  • Panhellenic: Alpha Sigma Alpha
  • IFC: Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • IGC: Sigma Phi Lambda
  • NPHC: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.IMG_4606

Most Community Service Hours Donated (2013-2014):

  • Panhellenic: Delta Zeta
  • IFC: Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • NPHC: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • IGC: Beta Upsilon ChiIMG_4378

Most Community Service Money Raised (2013-2014):

  • Panhellenic: Delta Zeta
  • IFC: Kappa Sigma
  • NPHC: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • IGC: Sigma Phi Lambda

Largest Campus Involvement (2013-2014): IMG_4653

  • Panhellenic: Alpha Sigma Tau
  • IFC: Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • NPHC: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
  • IGC: Beta Upsilon Chi

2014 Greek Wars Winners: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Phi EpsilonIMG_3902

2013 Panhellenic Woman of Integrity: Abigail Strickland

2014 Step Show Banner Competition Winner 2014: Phi Beta Sigma, Delta Zeta, and Sigma Tau Gamma

Recognition for Academic Excellence – Overall GPA above 3.0 (2013):IMG_4416

  • Phi Gamma Delta
  • Beta Upsilon Chi
  • Alpha Sigma Tau
  • Delta Zeta
  • Sigma Kappa
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc
  • Sigma Phi Lambda
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Sigma Tau Gamma

Recognition of Significant Contribution of Community Service 2013-2014:

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha
  • Alpha Sigma Tau
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma
  • Phi Sigma Kappa
  • Sigma Nu
  • Sigma Tau Gamma


UCA Sigma Kappa Raises $6,289 for The Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Our UCA fraternity/sorority members give back to the state of Arkansas in variety of manners, including the support of the Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH).  ACH’s Committee for the Future recently hosted a six (6) night Phone-A-Thon to help raise funds for the hospitals future expansions and treatments.  These yearly Phone-A-Thons are what help ACH offer such high quality care to children and their families during their times of need.

Part of the Phone-A-Thon includes friendly competitions amongst various community groups to see who can raise the most money.  The Delta Tau chapter of Sigma Kappa at UCA participated in the Phone-A-Thon and was able to raise $6,289 for ACH.  By raising this much money, Sigma Kappa was ranked in the top three (3) teams for raising the most money during the Phone-A-Thon.  Below are the standings from the event:

A HUGE thank you and congrats to our TOP 10 TEAMS from our 2014 Phone-A-Thon:

1. Crews & Associates $ 14,295.00
2. Arvest $ 7,385.00
3. UCA Sigma Kappa $ 6,289.00
4. Blue Cross Blue Shield $ 4,885.00
5. Centerpoint Energy $ 4,085.00
6. UAMS Nursing $ 3,560.00
7. Rose Law Firm $ 3,390.00
8. 8&40 $ 2,800.00
9. Pinney Dentistry $ 2,470.00
10. UCA Cheer $ 2,120.00

IMG_1751In total, ACH was about to raise over $64,000 in just six (6) short nights.  This is a huge accomplishment for the hospital and the women of Delta Tau!  Congratulations to these women for raising so much money for a cause that truly impacts the residents of Arkansas!

 If you’re interested in learning more about getting involved with Committee For the Future, please don’t hesitate to contact me at or 501-364-1074. You can also check out CFF’s Facebook page and website at

 -Story submitted by Danelle Laumeyer, Arkansas Children’s Hospital