Welcome to 4-H House Cooperative Sorority!

4-H House is a cooperative sorority that serves as a home away from home for 55 women at the University of Illinois in Urbana, Illinois. The sorority was founded in 1934 by 4-H member Mary McKee. In 1980, we joined the University of Illinois Greek System, and the opportunities available to 4-H House women were broadened. We are involved in numerous activities throughout the year, including Little Sister and Little Brother Weekends, Mom's and Dad's Day Weekends, Formals, Exchanges with Fraternities, and Philanthropic Activities.

To be considered for membership, women must have a minimum of three years of 4-H club or group membership OR a minimum of three years leadership experience in a widely recognized youth organization.

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Online Registration and Payment for the 80th Celebration

We are pleased to offer you an easy and safe online registration and payment option for the 80th Celebration in September. [...]

POSTED by: Jane on 4th June 2014

2014 Spring Homefront

Click here to read the latest edition:  2014 Spring Homefront The Homefront has been redesigned!! With a team effort of [...]

POSTED by: Jane on 21st May 2014

80th Anniversary Celebration

Announcing: 4-H House 8Oth Anniversary September 26-28, 2014 Preliminary Schedule (details TBD): Friday, September 26, 2014 Evening: Welcome Event (TBD) Saturday, [...]

POSTED by: Kendall on 24th January 2014

 

We are 4-H House

4-H House Cooperative Sorority at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Urbana, participates in the University of Illinois sorority rush, offers affordable undergraduate female student housing at U of I, and has academic scholarships available at Illinois for transfer students and other undergraduates. It is one of the Ohio Street sororities and Lincoln Avenue sororities that offers leadership opportunities at the University of Illinois. Look at us when you are searching for Iowa sororities, Wisconsin sororities, Indiana sororities, agricultural sororities, and Midwest university sororities with Midwest academic scholarships.