Activities Funding Board (AFB)
Student Center North 117
Activities Funding Board (AFB) is a student-run financial organization that allocates student services fees to Registered Student Organizations. Funds are allocated for campus programming and attending conferences.
Art, Music and Theatre
Blaffer Art Museum
120 Fine Arts Building
Nestled in the Fine Arts Building, Blaffer is a contemporary art museum dedicated to fostering the careers and understanding of emerging, mid-career, and underrepresented artists and bodies of work through exhibitions, publications, and public programs.
Blaffer’s myriad educational programs include public lectures, artist’s talks, docent tours, audio guides, and youth programs such as Studio Saturday, Summer Arts, and our award-winning Young Artist Apprenticeship Program. Each semester, the Blaffer Student Association hosts a free party in the Fine Arts Courtyard. The event features complimentary food, drinks, museum tours, and activities with prizes awarded.
Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed Sundays, Mondays, University of Houston holidays, and during exhibition installations (visit the website or call to confirm). All exhibitions and related programs are free and open to the public. The museum is ADA compliant.
To stay informed of museum exhibitions and events, find Blaffer on Facebook (facebook.com/blaffer) or on Twitter (@BlafferMuseum)
Cullen Performance Hall
Cullen Performance Hall is a 1,544 seat proscenium theater located near Entrance 1. The hall routinely handles a wide variety of events sponsored by departments and organizations at the University of Houston in addition to contemporary music concerts, opera, modern dance, and theatrical performances put on by groups in and outside the Houston area.
Rebecca and John J. Moores School of Music
120 Moores School of Music Building
The Rebecca and John J. Moores School of Music presents concerts in various campus venues-Dudley Recital Hall and the Organ Recital Hall in the Fine Arts Building and in the Moores Opera House and Choral Recital Hall in the music building. Students have a broad choice of musical events from opera to jazz with performers including students, faculty, and guest artists.
School of Theatre and Dance
The School of Theatre and Dance offers a subscription series of five plays each year. Works by classical and modern dramatists, as well as new musical collaborators, are seen by theatre fans in full productions or “gypsy run-throughs.”
For those who wish to perform, there are opportunities in all areas. Instrumentalists may perform in bands, jazz ensembles, and orchestra. Singers have a choice of choral ensembles, opera, or musical theatre.
For beginning students in music, courses in class voice and class piano are offered, and for those who have an interest in theatre, a beginning acting class is a popular introduction to the stage. For audition information or to make further inquiries about classes, contact one of the offices listed above
4500 University Drive
713-743-7529 (PLAY)-Welcome Desk 1st Floor
713-743-9500-Administrative Offices, Room 2000
Campus Recreation coordinates the recreational sport facilities, programs and services for the University community. More than 3300 students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests, participate daily in one or more of the various activities offered at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC). It is the primary goal of Campus Recreation to provide quality programs and facilities that engage all participants from the casual beginner to the highly skilled competitor. Through participation in recreational activities, individuals gain a full appreciation of the physiological, psychological and social values of recreation and a better sense of their own ability to function productively in both a cooperative and competitive environment.
Campus Recreation programs include: Aquatics, Intramural Sports, Fitness, Open Recreation, Outdoor Adventure, Sport Clubs and Summer Camp. Aquatic/Safety programs include learn to swim lessons, a masters swim program, scuba certifications and health and safety classes. Intramural Sports activities include indoor and outdoor soccer, flag football, volleyball, basketball and softball, dodge-ball, sand volleyball, floor hockey and the individual and dual sports of badminton, racquetball and table tennis. Fitness programs include group exercise classes such as Zumba, Tabata, Pilates, Yoga, Kickboxing, Cycling, Core, Aqua Fitness, and more. Fitness Assessments and Personal trainers are available for an additional fee to aid members in the pursuit of their individual fitness goals. Open Recreation is the most popular recreational pursuit in which individuals have the opportunity to participate in self-directed pursuits such as weightlifting, fitness conditioning, swimming, indoor climbing, and indoor walking/jogging. The Outdoor Adventure program is comprised of an indoor climbing wall, outdoor trips, gear rental, educational sessions/clinics and a team building initiatives. The Sport Club program offers individuals the opportunity to compete in different activities: Adaptive Athletics, Aikido, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Climbing, Cougar DanceSport, Cricket, Cycling, Fencing, Kendo, Lacrosse, Roarin’ Raas, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Polo, and Wushu Kung Fu.
The Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC) is located on the corner of University Drive and Calhoun Road. Included in the 264,000 square-foot facility are three gyms (the Main Gym with three basketball/4 volleyball /4 badminton courts; the Center Court with two basketball courts; and the Multi Activity Court; 24,000 square feet of fitness equipment; a 53-foot high climbing wall; six racquetball and two squash courts; a 70-meter indoor competition pool with diving facilities, a dry sauna and a hot tub; an outdoor leisure pool with a hot tub and a sand volleyball court; an outdoor equipment rental shop; six multi-purpose rooms; class/meeting rooms; office space; showers and dressing areas with more than 2,400 lockers available to rent; over 500 day lockers; and a Smoothie King. Membership to the facility and your Cougar Card is required for entry to the CRWC. Students become members for the semester in which they are registered for class and pay student fees. Hours of operation are available online at www.uh.edu/recreation.
|CRWC - Welcome Desk
Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL)
Student Center North 101
Houston, TX 77204-3049
The Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life supports UH’s growing fraternity/sorority community with over 48 different organizations and 1500+ students. The Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL) empowers the growth of individual fraternity/sorority members in order to elevate the entire Greek community. Fraternities and sororities are designed to enhance the personal, social, and moral development of college students while positively impacting their greater campus and local communities. Students interested in exploring fraternity/sorority membership can visit our How to Join page on our website.
Center for Student Involvement (CSI)
Student Center North 103
University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-3031
Center for Student Involvement (CSI) provides services for Registered Student Organizations, supports numerous University Sponsored Organizations, offers various leadership opportunities, and gives back through community service. There are more than 500 student organizations at the University of Houston, including those based on campus traditions, student interests and hobbies, social fraternities and sororities, honors organizations, and academic-major focused organizations. There is something for everyone! Let us help you find the best way to connect with others on campus!
Center for Student Media (CSM)
Student Center North 221
At the Center for Student Media, UH students get hands-on experience in print, online and broadcast media. At the center, students are engaged in journalism, publishing, promotion, marketing, advertising, media production, graphic design, radio broadcasting and management. The CSM provides students a real-world laboratory to test and hone important skills, from critical thinking, planning and writing, to technical production skills. The CSM supports three major student media organizations that are open to all UH students to join: Coog Radio, The Cougar, and the CoogTV. It also produces two student magazines. The Student Media Advisory Committee meets regularly throughout the year to review the progress of student media organizations.
Children’s Learning Centers
Houston, TX 77204-6016
4235 Cullen Blvd.
Houston, TX 77204-6016
The UH Children’s Learning Centers (CLC) has two convenient locations on campus. They are licensed by the state and nationally accredited by both the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and AdvancED. Their mission is “to facilitate an inclusive learning environment that celebrates diversity as well as promotes a professional commitment to impacting our community and supporting student success, through the provision of a nationally accredited early childhood educational program for the children of University of Houston (UH) students, faculty, and staff.
The centers are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Morning and afternoon snacks are provided for children; part-time options are available for children age two and older. Lower fees are applicable for students, and child care tuition assistance is available for eligible student parents. Interested families should inquire about enrollment/waiting list as early as possible. To learn more about the program, review policies, prices and more, please visit the website.
Conduct Assessment and Response Team (CART)
Dean of Students Office
S256 Student Center
The University of Houston is committed to providing a learning environment that promotes the safety and wellbeing of its students and that is conducive for its students to develop to their fullest potential. To this end, the University has established the Conduct Assessment and Response Team (CART) in order to provide a proactive, multidisciplinary, and collaborative approach to assessing and responding to students who exhibit threatening and/or concerning behaviors. The purpose of the CART is to provide a vehicle for communication across and among divisions and departments of the University regarding student conduct and to serve as the institutional gathering point for information related to students who exhibit threatening and/or concerning behaviors.
Student Center North 221
Center for Student Media
Coog Radio is an online radio station operated and staffed by students from the University of Houston. Coog Radio not only provides a creative outlet for fellow students to express themselves over the air, but also introduces them to the world of broadcasting. With more than 40 shows a week, it is easy to find familiar favorites, but there is also the promise of discovery of something new. It is a point of pride for Coog Radio to promote and support artists and groups from Houston to instill a sense of community within the University and city. The station streams online at www.coogradio.com and on the Redline mobile app, and is also listed in the iTunes radio station directory.
Student Center North 263
CoogTV provides UH students the unique opportunity to develop television shows, commercials, and special features for the small screen, experiencing the entire process from inception to air. CoogTV, may be viewed from anywhere on the UH closed-circuit cable network (on campus) on Channel 6, with student shows on-demand at www.coogtv.com.
Cougar Brass is the university’s nationally recognized basketball pep band. In addition to appearing at all men’s and women’s home basketball games, Cougar Brass also performs at many functions on campus and around the city of Houston as the university’s musical ambassadors. The group is made up of music majors and non-music majors. Auditions are held in October and rehearsals begin soon after for the upcoming basketball season.
Cougar Cheer Teams
Steeped in tradition, the University of Houston Cheerleaders consists of two squads: one co-ed, and one all-female. Auditions for both squads are held in the spring for the following year and are open to all university students, including transfer students and high school seniors who have been accepted to the University. The cheer teams represent the University of Houston at scheduled athletics events including home football and basketball games. Also, the cheerleaders compete at regional and national cheer competitions as seen on television.
Council for Cultural Activities (CCA)
Student Center North 118
Council for Cultural Activities (CCA) is an umbrella organization providing support to culturally-based student organizations at the University of Houston. Their mission is to showcase our diverse student body by hosting signature events, providing students with a true cultural experience. There are over 40 active organizations involved with CEO that include culture and/or diversity as part of their organizations purpose or goals.
Suite 102 of Calhoun Lofts
Dining Services allows students to stay on campus and enjoy the widest variety of campus food offerings around! National brands, comfort foods, ethnic-inspired dishes, display cooking, convenience stores, gourmet coffee, smoothies, sushi, and snacks are but a few highlights of dining programs.
Frontier Fiesta Association (FFA)
Student Center North 116
Frontier Fiesta is a three-day western-style festival and is a long-standing tradition at UH. The event takes place each year the weekend after Spring Break. The major components of Frontier Fiesta include Broadway-style variety shows, carnival booths, cultural and educational performances, Family Fun Day, concerts featuring student talent and by nationally renowned recording artists, a world-class cook-off, and a scholarship competition.
Graduate and Professional Students Association
102 E Cullen Building
Phone: (713) 743-9100
The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), serves as a channel for graduate and professional students to voice concerns, resolve difficulties, and provide feedback on issues that directly affect graduate student life at the University of Houston. GPSA will aim to provide a community that allows graduate and professional students to collaborate in order to enhance graduate student academic and social student life experiences.
Student Center North 116 Phone: (832) 842-6237
Homecoming is more than a football game. It is a week celebrating the University of Houston, uniting students and organizations, and showcasing Cougar Pride and Cougar Spirit during one of the oldest traditions on campus! There are different events for students, alumni, and the UH community each day of Homecoming Week. Enjoy Homecoming classics such as Strut Your Stuff, Can-Struction, and Block Party! However, be on the lookout for new events each year!
Student Center North 221
Center for Student Media
At May commencement, Student Media presents graduates and families a commemorative magazine that encapsulates the year’s major campus events and trends from the student perspective.
Metropolitan Volunteer Program (MVP)
Student Center North 119
Metropolitan Volunteer Program (MVP) connects the University of Houston with the community through service and support. Students and student organizations serve as MVP volunteers who tutor and mentor youth, comfort the ill, visit the elderly, protect the environment, feed the hungry, and help shelter the homeless.
Other University Bands
In addition to the “Spirit of Houston” and Cougar Brass, the Moores School of Music has four performing concert bands: the Moores School Wind Ensemble, Moores School Symphonic Winds, Moores School Symphonic Band, and University Concert Band. The Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds are primarily composed of music majors and admission is solely by audition at the beginning of each semester. The Symphonic Band is composed of a mixture of non-music majors and music majors who audition for placement at the beginning of the spring semester. The Concert Band is primarily composed of non-music majors and meets in the spring semester. Consult the class schedule for rehearsal times.
For more information on The Cougar Dancers, Cougar Brass, Cougar Cheer Teams or other University bands, contact the Office of University Bands.
Registered Student Organizations
There are over 500 registered student organizations at the University of Houston! No matter who you are or where your interests lie, there is a place for you amongst our student groups. Enrich your learning experience and join the organization that matches your interests. Student organizations are open to all enrolled University of Houston students. For more information, please contact the Center for Student Involvement at uh.edu/csi or 832-842-6245. You can visit http://www.uh.edu/getinvolved to find more information about registered student organizations at the University of Houston.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student Center North 220
Student Government Association (SGA) strives to improve campus life and the quality of education for all students. In addition, SGA influences the university’s decision making process by serving as a liaison between the students and the governing bodies such as the UH Administration and the Texas State Legislature. Students can serve in elected positions, appointed positions requiring minimal time, or executive positions which are compensated and require mandatory office hours each week.
Elected and Nominated positions exist for the following: Executive Board, Judiciary, Senators for each College and At Large Committee assignments for many University Committees. If you wish to serve on any of these capacities, please fill out the on-line application available at www.uh.edu/sga.
Student Housing and Residential Life
4373 Cougar Village Drive, Suite S121
Student Housing & Residential Life is a department within Student Affairs consisting of three primary areas: Residential Life, Operations, and Guest Housing and Conference Services. Approximately 8,008 students live in six distinct housing areas that provide a comprehensive student services program. These areas are managed by full-time, live-in staff members, including professional Residential Life Coordinators, Faculty-in-Residence and Resident Advisors (student staff).
Cougar Village I, specially designed for first-year students, is a1178-bed facility featuring four-person suites with two people sharing a room and two rooms sharing a bathroom. Each unit comes equipped with a mini fridge. Building amenities include a computer cluster, two kitchens, two study rooms, multipurpose rooms, classrooms plus social lounges on every floor. In addition, Cougar Village I has a Cougar Market convenience store and is close to the Moody Dining, a campus dining hall.
Cougar Village II, specially designed for first year students, is a 1,144 beds facility. Cougar Village II is similar to its sister facility featuring four-person suite-style double rooms, but this complex has compartmentalized bathrooms (separate areas for shower tub, toilet and sink) that allows the suite mates to use the bathroom units at the same time. It’s also home to the Student Housing & Residential Life staff offices.
Moody Towers, or “Towers,” are two, 18-story buildings accommodating approximately 1092 residents. Each single-gender floor shares a community bathroom and lounge. A standard room has moveable furniture and a mini-fridge. The majority of rooms house two occupants. A main lobby called “the Commons” serves as a student lounge/study hall. This residential facility houses the university’s flagship food venue, Moody Dining, which offers made-to-order meals from nine serving stations. Students of all levels and classifications may live in Moody Towers.
Cougar Place houses residents who are sophomores and up in 799 beds. The suite-style single rooms have full-size beds, compartmentalized bathrooms, a small living room area and a kitchenette with a full refrigerator and a microwave. Residents of Cougar Place have easy access to the Cougar Woods Dining Hall. Cougar Place also has two student classrooms where academic sessions will be scheduled.
Bayou Oaks is a 490-bed facility for residents who are sophomores or higher. This unique community consists of two distinct living areas: individual townhouses occupied by sororities and fraternities and apartment-style residential living. The complex includes a multi-use room and study/conference rooms.
University Lofts can house 984 students in furnished and unfurnished efficiency, one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans. This facility is great for graduate and professional, students. Student must be juniors or higher and/or21 years of age and older in order to live in University Lofts. Building amenities include a theater room, private courtyard, special-event kitchen, two roof terraces, a sky lounge, Barnes & Noble Bookstore and a Cougar Market.
NOTE: All university housing facilities offer fitness rooms, computer labs, free laundry and Wi-Fi service throughout.
University Partnership Housing
Cambridge Oaks Apartments, a partnership between the University and Campus Living Villages, is located at the southwest corner of campus. This facility provides 634 beds for students and staff. Cambridge Oaks offers limited-access gates, kitchens, walk-in closets, and swimming pool with tanning deck, barbecue grills, laundry facilities, volleyball court, easy access to university and public transportation, and a variety of floor plans. Cambridge Oaks offers several units that are barrier-free for physically challenged students. Preference is given to upper-level, married, graduate and professional students. This community offers the luxury of an off-campus lifestyle with on-campus convenience.
Cullen Oaks, a partnership between the University and American Campus Communities, is located on Cullen between Wheeler and MacGregor. This facility provides 879 beds. Cullen Oaks offers a variety of living plans that ensure each student has a private bedroom in a fully furnished apartment. Utilities, ethernet, phone and cable services are included. A fully functional business center and computer facility is available 24 hours. TV/community lounges, workout rooms and laundry facilities are located conveniently throughout the complex. The community also offers a lighted basketball court and barbecue pavilion for casual and organized functions. This facility provides staffed entryways as well as card and key-access entries.
Residence Halls Association-RHA
The Residence Halls Association (RHA) is a student organization that focuses on improving the on-campus experience by putting on programs and providing leadership opportunities to all residents. Every student living in the residence halls is a member of RHA and may participate in the programs organized by RHA and hall governments Hall Council, the next level of residence hall governance, serves as the governing body of a building area. The Hall Council brings resident issues and concerns such as food service, new facilities or other living area needs to the Residence Halls Association, along with planning programs for their hall. There are several ways to become involved in the Residence Halls Association. Students apply for executive board in the spring, apply for a position in Hall Council, or work on many of the programs or events offered by RHA. Students with comments or concerns about any aspect of residence hall living can call or come by the Residence Halls Association office located on the basement level of Moody Towers.
Student Housing and Residential Life Offices’ Directory
|HOUSING & CONFERENCE SERVICES
|Cougar Village 1
|Cougar Village 2
|Moody Towers (main)
|North Tower Desk Number:
|South Tower Desk number:
Student Program Board (SPB)
Student Center North 115 (832) 842-6217
Student Program Board (SPB) at the University of Houston strives to bring the best and brightest entertainment to the University of Houston. The mission of SPB is to bring quality, educational, and entertaining programs that enhance the quality of life of students at the University of Houston. From movies to musical acts to local excursions, SPB plans events to connect students to campus.
Student Spirit Groups
Office of University Bands
Bert F. Winston Band and Performance Center, TDECU Stadium
The “Spirit of Houston” Cougar Marching Band
The “Spirit of Houston” Cougar Marching Band is the largest spirit organization on campus. The Cougar Band is known for its die-hard support of the Cougars on and off the field. The band can be seen at all home football games and several other events across campus and around the country. The “Spirit of Houston” is the center of game day enthusiasm at Robertson Stadium.
Marching band rehearsals are scheduled to allow all interested students to participate without conflicting with many classes. Rehearsals are scheduled on Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:00-9:00 pm. A standard week’s rehearsals has the brass and percussion members rehearsing on Monday, the woodwinds, color guard, and dance team rehearsing on Wednesday, and the full band rehearsing on Friday and on Saturday (when there is a home football game). The band performs a wide variety of musical styles and energetic shows. A full calendar of the band’s rehearsal and performance schedule is provided at the beginning of the fall semester.
In addition to the instrumentalists, the Cougar Marching Band has other components: the Cougar Dolls, Cougar Color Guard, the Feature Twirler(s) and the University of Houston Cougar Cheer Teams.
Membership in the “Spirit of Houston” is open to any university student, regardless of major, with high school band experience. Auditions are held on the first day of summer rehearsals in the weeks before the first day of classes. Scholarships and grants are available through the Band Department.
The Cougar Dolls
The Cougar Dolls perform at scheduled campus athletics events and many events in the community. The Cougar Dolls are a visual component of the Cougar Marching Band, performing on the field during half-time shows, and featured at scheduled home basketball games. They also compete in regional and national dance competitions as seen on television. Auditions for the highly selective squad are held in the spring semester. All applicants should have previous dance experience and be prepared to compete at a national level.
Student Center North 221
Center for Student Media
The Daily Cougar is available online daily throughout the year at thedailycougar.com. The Cougar newspaper is printed every Wednesday and available at 80 high-traffic locations on campus during the fall and spring semesters. Additionally, the Cougar produces Cooglife, which is a monthly magazine that highlights different themes throughout the school year. The newspaper staff is student-run and supported by the staff in the Center for Student Media.
Student Center North 221
Center for Student Media
Transitions magazine is published in the summer and distributed to freshmen and transfer students enrolling for the first time in the fall, this magazine serves as an essential guide to the University.
Student Center Satellite
Student Center Satellite
University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-4015
Student Center Satellite is located on the northwest side of campus, near the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Jack J. Valenti School of Communication and Science and Research 1 & 2. The Student Center Satellite offers services similar to those at the Student Center but on a smaller scale, including a small version of the Games Room with billiards tables, video games and a board game area. The Student Center Satellite has two TV lounges, wifi-internet connections, Market at Student Center Satellite Smoothie King®, Starbucks® and other dining options in the Food Court:
- Chick-fil-A® Express
- BBQ Pizza Hut® Express
- Taco Bell®
- Tandoori Nite
- Little Kim Son
- Little Shasta’s Cones & More
The University of Houston’s 17-sport Department of Intercollegiate Athletics provides students the opportunity to support their fellow classmates, promote school spirit to a national audience and see some of the best college athletics competition in the nation, without ever taking a step off campus.
UH Athletics boasts a storied tradition that includes five NCAA Final Four appearances, 17 national championships and some of the greatest names in sports like Carl Lewis, Andre Ware, Hakeem Olajuwon, Doug Drabek, and Flo Hyman.
Houston is solidifying itself as a premier institution of The American Athletic Conference.
All registered students receive free admission to each regular season home Houston Athletics event, based on availability.
Football games are played in the brand new, on-campus TDECU Stadium. Presentation of a valid Cougar Card allows admission to each home football game. Student seating, regulations and additional information about each of the facilities will be available at UHCougars.com. Additional guest tickets may be purchased for $25 based on availability (limit of two per game per student).
Men’s and women’s basketball games are played at Hofheinz Pavilion. Presentation of a valid Cougar Card at the Cullen Street entrance allows admission to the student section. Additional guest tickets for men’s basketball games may be purchased for $15, based on availability.
Baseball and softball games are played at Cougar Field and Cougar Softball Stadium. Additional guest tickets for baseball games may be purchased for $7, based on availability.
Student guest tickets may be purchased for $5, based on availability to the following sports: Women’s Basketball - Softball - Track & Field - Swimming & Diving - Soccer - Volleyball.
For full information regarding Houston Athletics student tickets, please visit UHCougars.com/Students
Houston Athletics Ticket Office
Located at Gate 1 on the northeast corner of TDECU Stadium.
UH Fan Shop
1st Floor of TDECU Stadium Parking Garage
15% discount with Cougar Card
Sports Marketing Office
Athletics/Alumni Center Suite 2004
UH Athletics Communications
UH Athletics Communication Athletics/Alumni Center Room 2008
Room 2004J AAF
The Student Center (SC includes SC North, SC South and the SC Satellite buildings) is the heart of student activity and offers a wide variety of useful products, services, and opportunities to meet and connect with other people. The SC is home to clean, comfortable lounge space; meeting rooms for conducting organization meetings, social events, and educational programs; and offices for student organizations and student organization support. The SC is also home to exciting dining options, Shasta’s Cones & More, Games Room, enhanced lounge space, a wide array of meeting spaces and study rooms, and so much more.
The Student Center houses numerous student services in both the SC North and South buildings:
- Business Services (271)
- LGBTQ Resource Center (N201)
- Veterans Services (N202)
- Women and Gender Resource Center (N201)
- Conference and Reservation Services (271)
- Creation Station (B17)
- Games Room (B30)
- Campus Store (130)
- TDECU - Your Credit Union (144)
- Dean of Students (256)
- International Student and Scholar Services (N203)
- Center for Student Media (N221)
- Center for Student Involvement (N103)
- Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (N101)