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We are located on the Second Floor of the A. Ray Olpin University Union in the Student Involvement Wing. Feel free to stop by or call us if you have any questions! You can also contact us by email. If you need to contact out staff quickly, please call us at 801-581-8061.

Fall Office Hours (MST):
Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm

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MEET THE TEAM


Click on the photos to learn more about each staff member!

Matthew Phister

Director
 mphister@sa.utah.edu

Matthew Phister

Director
Pronouns: He, Him, His
Education: M.A. Michigan State University, Student Affairs Administration; B.A. University of Akron, Political Science focusing in Laws, Courts & Politics
Where are you from? Akron, OH
What part of your position/job do you value most? Advising & Supervising. I really enjoy the opportunity to work directly with IFC and support their efforts in growing as leaders and moving our community in a positive direction. Additionally, I enjoy working directly with the graduate assistants in our office in supporting their learning and growth as they advise and support our community, while also continuing to learn from them.
What is your favorite thing on Netflix to binge? Lucifer, The Crown, Grey's Anatomy, Stranger Things
What is your dream vacation destination? Anywhere with mountains (to look at, not climb!) and would love to go to Ireland someday.
Favorite Greek Life Activity? While I'm new to the University of Utah community, I've been involved in Greek Life for over 10 years and my favorite experiences tend to revolve around philanthropy events, which highlight the best of our membership, and large-scale events like Songfest and Greek Week, because these are the events that really make our communities feel like home.
Enneagram Personality Type 1
 mphister@sa.utah.edu
  • Interfraternity Council
  • College Panhellenic Council
  • Fraternity & Sorority Life Programming (Education, Leadership, Risk Management)
  • FSL Assessment
  • Graduate Assistant(s)
  • Academic Support
  • Alumni & Parents/Families
  • FSL Budget & Fundraising
  • Neighborhood Relations/Issues involving the Police

Jenna Pagoaga

Program Manager
 jpagoaga@sa.utah.edu

Jenna Pagoaga

Program Manager
Pronouns: She, her, hers
Education: B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from The University of Utah
Where are you from? Salt Lake City, UT
What part of your position/job do you value most? love connecting with students on our shared Greek experience. Our community is full of incredible leaders. They have great pride in the Greek Community and it’s a joy to watch them share that passion with others. Watching our students embody and convey the value of the Greek Experience to others is inspiring.
What is your favorite thing on Netflix to binge? Schitt's Creek
What is your dream vacation destination? Anywhere with a beach!
Favorite Greek Life Activity? My favorite memories all revolve around Panhellenic Recruitment. It's by far the best time of the year and a time to take pride in our incredible community. I've had the honor of being a part of the Panhellenic Recruitment team for the past 20 years and every year it gets better and better.
Enneagram Personality Type 2
 jpagoaga@sa.utah.edu
  • FSL Awards Program
  • Rosters & Invoices
  • FSL Newsletter
  • Office Management

Collin Binkley

Graduate Assistant
 cbinkley@sa.utah.edu

Collin Binkley

Graduate Assistant
Pronouns: He, Him, His
Education: B.S. Natural Resource Tourism – Global Tourism, Colorado State University
Where are you from? Denver, CO
What part of your position/job do you value most? Advising conversations and working through complex challenges. Throughout my career whether it be in tourism, fraternity and sorority, or involvement during my undergraduate studies, “lightbulb” moments with those I work with or advise is what keeps me coming back year after year.
What is your favorite thing on Netflix to binge? Game of Thrones, Family Guy, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Star Wars
What is your dream vacation destination? Heli-skiing in Alaska
Favorite Greek Life Activity? Some of my favorite activities within the fraternity and sorority community are volunteer days and homecoming. The community building and friendships I have both developed and witnessed as a professional are truly what make fraternity and sorority life so special.
Enneagram Personality Type 6
 cbinkley@sa.utah.edu
  • Social Media
  • Chapter Accreditation Program

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A. Ray Olpin University Union
Suite 228
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

801-581-8061
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