Each year, the University of Texas at San Antonio National Pan-Hellenic Council invites members of the campus community to attend a week-long of events each Spring.
The purpose of NPHC week is to showcase the talents of each respective chapter, provide campus with entertainment and social outlets, and expose the campus community to the culture and histories of African American fraternities and sororities.
- Monday, February 20th: Two Truths and a Lie In this classic getting to know game, come out and meet NPHC members to see what's real or what's just a myth. Interested in learning more about NPHC and its member organizations? Don't miss this! 7:30pm, UC Travis
- Tuesday, February 21st: NPHC Yardshow The third annual NPHC Yardshow is an event consisting of each sorority and fraternity under the National Pan-Hellenic council. Each organization is allotted a time slot where they can showcase the essence of their chapter's history by steps, chants, and dancing. 7:30pm, UC Ballroom
- Wednesday, February 22nd: Humpday The National Pan-Hellenic Council coordinates Hump Day each month. This is an event in which historically black fraternities and sororities stroll in an effort to help make their presence known on campus. 6:30pm, UCPaseo
- Saturday, February 25th: NPHC Non-Traditional Step Show Join us for the 10th annual Non-Traditional Step Show. In this twist on an old classic come see some of your favorite groups step out of their comfort zone and compete. Interested in competing – contact NPHC for guidelines and registration. 8:00pm, UC Ballrooms