Multicultural Greek Council

Multicultural Greek Council

MGC

Mission

  • To promote the interests of the University, which include scholarship, leadership and citizenship.
  • To promote the interests and unity of the Greek organizations represented on campus. 
  • To promote the interests of college fraternities and sororities in general, which includes the consideration that they are viable and valuablecollegiate experiences. 
  • To facilitate communication and cooperation between member fraternities and the University administration and faculty.
MGC's Principles 
  • Culture
  • Community Service
  • Academics

MGC Mission Statement
"Unite and empower ourselves and our communities and form a more perfect alliance of fraternal organizations, do hereby establish these Bylaws for the governance of the National Multicultural Greek Council, Incorporated."
 
Eligibility: In addition to the minimum requirements to join, all first year students must complete the Campus Clarity Program in order to be eligible: 

http://www.smu.edu/StudentAffairs/HealthCenter/HealthEducation/Campus-Clarity  




Organizations in MGC at SMU

 Alpha Psi Lambda
Local Site:
National Site: http://www.alphapsilambda.net/


Kappa Delta Chi
Local Site: http://smukdchi.wixsite.com/upsilon
National Site: http://www.kappadeltachi.org/

Omega Delta Phi
Local Site: https://smu.collegiatelink.net/organization/omegadeltaphi
National Site: http://omegadeltaphi.com/

Sigma Lambda Gamma
Local Site: http://www.smugammas.com/
National Site: http://www.sigmalambdagamma.com/

Sigma Phi Omega
Local Site: http://smusigmas.wordpress.com/
National Site: http://www.sigmaphiomega.com/

Sigma Lambda Beta
Local Site: https://www.facebook.com/SMUBetas/
National Site: http://sigmalambdabeta.com/

Southern Methodist University has a long and rich relationship with inter/national fraternities and sororities. The first inter/national fraternities and sororities joined the SMU campus in 1915. SMU presently recognizes campus chapters of eleven (11) Interfraternity Council fraternities, five (5) Multicultural Greek Council groups, seven (7) National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations, and eight (8) Panhellenic Council sororities. These chapters and their inter/national organizations are governed by one of these four governing councils chartered by the University.

For more information please visit all of the other Greek council's web pages below:

Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Panhellenic Council