NPHC Garden

The Brick Campaign has ended and All brick submissions completed by March 28, 2016 will have bricks placed at the NPHC Garden for Homecoming 2016. You may continue to give a gift for the NPHC scholarship. Please visit the website for information on Homecoming 2016 and continued progress on the project.

The NPHC Garden Project was developed to celebrate all the nine fraternities and sororities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), commonly known as the Divine 9 at East Carolina University. These organizations have added value to ECU’s campus since the first organization arrived in 1971. ECU has benefited from these organizations because of their commitment to civic engagement, leadership, academic achievement, and providing a sense of belonging for students. East Carolina University has now developed an initiative to recognize these organizations in time for the 45th anniversary of their founding on our campus.

Vision

This 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.

Plots

Plot

Photos are only a visual representation and are provided by Wake Forest University

How you can support:

ECU and NPHC are leading the way in establishing the NPHC Garden Project at state institutions. Supporters of the NPHC Garden Project have a unique opportunity to honor the Black Greek legacy at ECU. You can be a part of the momentous occasion with your gift. You can also be recognized in the NPHC Garden with a personalized commemorative brick. We need your help to honor the enduring contributions of the Divine 9.

NPHC Garden Project Letter of Support (PDF)

If you have any questions, please email NPHCGARDEN@ecu.edu or call the Department of Greek Life at 252-328-2776.

 

Give a Gift

Online Selection of NPHC Garden (NPHC Plots)

  • Please visit www.ecu.edu/give/studentlife to make a gift online.
  • Step 1. Proceed as guest and complete profile. Press Next Button.
  • Step 2.
    • Under “Specify Your Amount”, choose your gift amount
    • Under “Gift Information” Cancel Parents Association Fund Default.
    • Select Fund Options
    • Type NPHC Garden in “Other” section. Then press go button.
  • Step 3. Enter Donor Information. Press Next Button
  • Step 4. Verify Information
    • Please be sure that all information is correct
    • Press Next Button
    • Enter Credit Card Information. Press Continue
  • Verify Card Information. Press Continue
  • Subsequent pages allow donors the option to Print Receipt for your records.
  • Donors should receive an “Online Gift Confirmation” email.
  • All gifts are tax deductible.

For questions, please contact hawkinsz@ecu.edu or call 252-737-4827.

Mail Address and Check Information

Mail checks to:
NPHC Garden Brick Project
Student Affairs Development
East Carolina University
210 Whichard Building, Mail Stop 146
Greenville, NC 27858

Make checks payable to:
ECU Foundation, Inc.
Memo Line: NPHC Garden

Please be sure to fully complete and sign pledge forms. Print pledge form (PDF)

Don’t forget about potential Matching Funds from your company. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please visit the following link: http://www.matchinggifts.com/ecu

All gifts are tax deductible.

Questions?
For additional questions, please contact the Director of Student Affairs Development
Zack Hawkins
Email: hawkinsz@ecu.edu
Phone: 252-737-4827

 

Meet the Committee Members

 

Dr. Virginia Hardy

Vice Chancellor
Division of Student Affairs
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Dorothea Mack

Committee Chair
Assistant Director of Greek Life
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Dr. Erik Kneubuehl

Associate Vice Chancellor
Student Involvement & Leadership
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity

Zack Hawkins

Director of Student Affairs Development & Parent and Family Programs
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Keith Tingley

Director of Greek Life
Phi Kappa Psi

Toya Jacobs

Diversity and Inclusion Program Manager
Office of Equity and Diversity
Sigma Gamma Rho

Dr. Lathan E. Turner

Associate Director
Office of Student Transitions
Omega Psi Phi

Sharon Mallette

Clinical Associate Professor, College of Nursing
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Alex Nobles

Biomedical/Engineering Major
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Danielle Dockery

Biology Psychology Major
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.