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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