All fraternity and sorority organizations at the University of Florida are governed by four student-run councils that plan educational programs, offer academic incentives, enforce policies, oversee recruitment and intake processes, and provide a support network and voice to the University and local community.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at the University of Florida is the governing body for 24 men’s fraternities, the majority of which have privately owned chapter houses. The IFC is chiefly responsible for ensuring the performance of its chapters with regards to the pillars of scholarship, leadership, service and community. Learn more about the council here.
The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at the University of Florida is the governing body for the culturally-based fraternity and sorority chapters at the University of Florida. The MGC consists of 14 organizations (seven fraternities and seven sororities) that are culturally based (e.g., Latinx, Asian, South Asian, Multicultural). Each chapter is small in size, which assists with fostering strong, lifelong bonds between members and alumni. Learn more about the council here.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at the University of Florida is the governing council for eight historically black Greek-letter organizations (five fraternities and three sororities). Each NPHC fraternity and sorority was designed to foster brotherhood and sisterhood and serve as conduit by which action plans could be formulated to influence social action and change in the black community. Learn more about the council here.
The Panhellenic Council at the University of Florida serves as the governing body for 18 National Panhellenic Conference chapters, with each chapter having privately owned chapter houses. Panhellenic Council’s vision is to promote women in leadership, diversity, scholastic achievement and service through relationships within and beyond the Panhellenic community. Learn more about the council here.