“To promote Greek Unity within the Marshall Greek Community through healthy competition that promotes leadership and service to others, while recognizing the achievement of our community tradition of being active in campus involvement and throughout the community.”
Greek Week has been a long time tradition at Marshall University. Each year fraternities and sororities compete in a week-long set of competitive events. Based on performance, participation, and various other criteria, the fraternity and the sorority with the most points are crowned the Greek Week Champions.
Greek Week not only brings together the Greek community for one major event, but it also showcases the chapters to the rest of the Marshall community. Along with the social and entertaining aspects of the week, a major emphasis is always placed on joining together for one philanthropic cause, which truly shows how powerful the Greek community can be when it is united for one goal. In Spring 2012, the community finished up their Greek Week with an announcement of almost $18,000 in donations to the Cabell County Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society.