RICHLAND — Greek and multicultural chapters might form at WSU Tri-Cities as part of the campus growth begun with this fall’s addition of freshmen.
 
“Y Go Greek,” an information fair about the various chapters available, is being held from Noon to 3 p.m. tomorrow (Dec. 4,) at the WSU Tri-Cities West Building Atrium, 2710 University Drive, Richland. Admission is free and open to the public.
 
This is an opportunity for WSU Tri-Cities students and future students to learn more about establishing “urban” fraternities and sororities — groups based on community service, leadership, academics, and culture — as the Tri-Cities campus grows.
 
“The intent is to develop a leadership among the students for the formation of Greek and multicultural fraternities and sororities,” said Johan Curtiss, WSU Tri-Cities assistant director of career services. “Some chapters are better suited to an urban campus, as we don’t have on-campus housing available yet.”
 
Alumni of WSU and of the potential fraternities and sororities are invited to get involved. For moreinformation, contact Curtiss at 509/372-7351 or jcurtiss@tricity.wsu.edu.