Greek Week is held each year during the spring semester at Southeast to celebrate membership in the Greek community. The week consists of seven days of community service, social interaction and friendly competition!
The members of all the Greek organizations on campus volunteer at Special Olympics, collect canned food, clothing and money to be donated to community organizations, participate in various community service projects around Cape Girardeau, and hold a blood drive to assist in the ongoing need to save lives. Together in 2018, members of Southeast fraternities and sororities served over 3,000 hours of community service, over 15,000 cans of food to the Salvation Army, exactly 1,194 pints of blood to the American Red Cross, and over $29,000 donated straight to Special Olympics and The United Way! At the end of this crazy, fun week, we all attend Greek Sing in the Show Me Center, and each group of fraternities and sororities puts on a short production with their theme for Greek Week.
Our theme this past year was Lizzie McGuire! We had so much fun with our pairing!
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