One of the benefits of belonging to UNT's Fraternity and Sorority community are the opportunities members and chapters have at their disposal.


Fraternity and Sorority members are connected to academic support services in order to enhance their scholastic achievement. Additionally, members of the community are sought after, and seek opportunities to serve the community. Volunteer and internship opportunities have a magnetic draw to our organizations. Below are some of the academic, volunteer, and internship opportunities that are available for the fraternity and sorority community.

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General Academic Scholarships through the Eagle Scholarship Portal

(Search Eagle Scholarship Portal on the UNT website.) Log in with your EUID and password, answer 20 questions, and apply for hundreds of scholarships. It’s that easy! All students are encouraged to explore annual scholarship opportunities available. Scholarship opportunities will always be made based on funding available and individual opportunity awarding criteria, and an application does not guarantee an offer will be extended. Apply for these scholarships annually!

Award amount: Varies

UNT Greek Community Endowed Scholarship

Must be a member in good standing of any recognized fraternity or sorority in good standing at UNT and submit an essay of 250 words describing leadership or service within the chapter or the University community at-large.

Apply here!

Award amount: Two, $1,000 awards

Jeffrey Van Seay Memorial Scholarship

To be eligible for this award, an applicant must:
  • Not have received this award before.
  • Be in good academic standing.
  • Be enrolled full-time, unless in final semester(s) and do not need to be enrolled full-time.
  • Be a member in good standing of a recognized sorority or fraternity at UNT.
  • Have demonstrated outstanding leadership or service, either with their chapter or the university community at large.

Apply here!

Award amount: Two, $500-$1,000 awards

Erin Balint Hogue and Kyle Hogue Family Endowment Award

This award is open to members of an IFC and NPC chapter AND are a student in the College of Business or College of Merchandising, Hospitality, and Tourism.

Apply here!

Award amount: Two, $1,000 awards


Internship Opportunities will be posted here as they become available.

Volunteer Opportunities is working with the Denton Juneteenth Committee to help find volunteers for our Upcoming Juneteenth Celebration! We would love for your organization to help publicize and inform your students of this volunteer opportunity in our community! Thanks so much!

Here is the link to sign up: Denton Juneteenth Celebration Volunteer