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Being Greek is being a part of something bigger than yourself. Fraternities and sororities are built on traditions and values established by their founders, some more than 100 years ago. Our chapters are founded on the ideals of service, excellence, honor and loyalty.

Being Greek is about being involved, not just with your chapter, but on campus and in the community. It’s meeting new people, experiencing new things and giving back. As a member of a Greek organization, you build character, define leadership skills and continue age-old traditions. You aren’t just joining a club; you are building lifelong friendships.

 

Types of Greek Organizations

  

General Information


 

Interfraternity Council (IFC) Fraternities

During the beginning of the fall semester, fraternities will host a series of recruitment events that allow you to learn more about each of the organizations. You choose the events you want to attend. Throughout the process, you will select your top choices. You make your final decision based on the fraternities that extend an invitation of membership (bid) to you.

Active IFC Fraternities 

National Pan-Hellenic Council or NPHC (historically African-American) Fraternities & Sororities

The ultimate mission of all National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) organizations is public service. Membership within the Greek community provides individuals with an opportunity to network and mix with a wide array of people and their unique personalities. Whether socializing with current chapter members, visiting alumni members, or interacting with other Greeks, members develop close bonds and friendships that are often unbreakable and maintained throughout their lives.

Membership in NPHC organizations extends beyond the college experience. Upon initiation, individuals accept a lifetime commitment to the goals and objectives of their respective organization. Each member is expected to align him/herself with a graduate chapter after graduation. The member is also expected to attend regional and national meetings and conferences, and take an active part in the matters affecting the community in which he/she resides.

To learn more about MSU's represented organizations, attend the various activities and programs sponsored by the NPHC and individual chapters that take place throughout the academic year. Detailed information about each NPHC organization can be obtained by visiting the respected organization's national website.

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Panhellenic Council Sororities

Sororities at MSU participate in a week-long formal recruitment process each August. During the week, you will attend informational parties that introduce you to the sororities. At the end of the week, you provide the University with a list of sororities you would like to join (in order of preference) and the sororities provide a list of women they would like to extend membership to. You are matched to your sorority based on mutual selection.

Active Panhellenic Council Sororities

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