UCF's National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. will hold its Greek Expo on Monday in the Pegasus Ballroom from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The NPHC Greek Fraternities and Sororities host an informational program expo at the beginning of every semester where they promote interaction through forums and meetings. Students can receive information about each organization and have an opportunity to meet with the members.

"Come out. It's an opportunity for any student to learn and ask questions about each chapter," Scholarship Director of the Executive Board Herbert Utile said.

The theme for this semester will be "Knight at the Oscars."

The NPHC is a council composed of nine fraternities and sororities that represent various black organizations at UCF and strive for Greek unity.

Vice President of the Executive Board Charity Powell encourages all students interested in joining an organization to participate in the expo and demonstrate who they are and what their goals are.

"We want students to express themselves because all of our members will be expressing themselves," Powell said.

Powell said the expo is the perfect opportunity for interested students because it is a time when all of the organizations will be in the same room.

"Students can learn about the council as a whole and about the organizations individually," Powell said.

The expo is free to the public. Attire is business casual.

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