United Sorority and Fraternity Council
United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) at San José State University was established in 2003, and is the coordinating body for the eighteen local, regional, or national, cultural interest fraternities and sororities. Because our chapters are based on special interests, we are able to recruit based on the existence of each organization’s unique core values. The recruitment process for our groups is decentralized, meaning that each chapter decides when they would like to induct new members. While most groups recruit in fall and spring, not all of our groups do. You can meet our members throughout the campus, and each chapter generally has information tables during the first weeks of school, called recruitment or Rush Week. You can also look for the USFC table to find out information about all of our groups. Look for flyers and advertisements that invite interested students to information sessions and other activities. Annually we hold our Salsa Classic Sports Tournament in the Spring Semester.
2013 Council Officers:
President — Hanna Tesfay (ΣΘΨ)
Fall 2012 — 2.79, Spring 2012 — 2.75, Fall 2011 — 2.70, Spring 2011 — 2.65,
Service & Philanthropy:
2011 — 5,332 service hours & $10,712 raised and