Greek Task Force

What is the Greek Task Force?

The Greek Task Force is an organization of UM Greek men and women, primarily alumni, who work to perpetuate Greek life on The University of Montana campus, a legacy extending back more than 100 years. We do this through supporting, nurturing, and advancing Greek ideals, promoting recruitment, and helping build a strong Greek student body at The University of Montana.

We believe that Greek life offers students a unique opportunity to have a balanced college life with a focus on academic excellence, brotherhood/sisterhood, community service, and responsible social interaction. It allows students to make lasting friendships with individuals holding similar ideals and common purposes.

• To learn more about the Greek Task Force and how to get involved, contact Brian Dirnberger, President, Greek Task Force, at

• To view a newsletter, select a link to the right. To be added to the distribution, contact the Alumni office at or 877-UM-ALUMS

• To make a donation to the Greek Task Force scholarship or unrestricted funds, contact Cindy Williams at

• For more information on Greek life at The University of Montana or for links to the individual chapters' Web sites, go to

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Sigma Chi brothers, World War II veterans and members of the class of 1949 were reunited for the first time in 60 years at their class reunion in May. Left to right: Ted Burton, Missoula; Bob Gilbertson, Tucson, Ariz; Dick Grieb, Great Falls, and Howard Hunter, Fircrest, Wash. The men are pictured here at an afternoon reception at the Prescott House.