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University Of California, Irvine - Student Life - Greek Life
... UCI's Greek Life began in 1973 with three sororities (Delta Gamma, Pi Beta Phi, and Gamma Phi Beta) and three fraternities (Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Chi, and Phi Delta Theta) and ... There are three major overhead bodies on the campus that govern Greek Life, Inter Fraternity Council, The Panhellenic Association, and The Multicultural Greek Council ... The IFC governs over the thirteen chapters which are considered Greek by the National Inter Fraternity Council (NIC) ...
National Multicultural Greek Council
... The National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC) is an umbrella council for eleven Multicultural Greek Letter Organizations ... between its constituent fraternities and sororities to promote the awareness of multicultural diversity within collegiate institutions, their surrounding communities, and the greater community-at-la ...
Greek Umbrella Organizations
... Here is a list of all National Greek umbrella councils for Greek lettered organizations ... For a list of Defunct councils, see Defunct Greek Umbrella Organizations ... National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) - Conference formed by 26 National Greek lettered sororities and women's fraternities ...
Johns Hopkins University - Student Life - Fraternities and Sororities
... The University Office of Greek Life recognizes thirteen fraternities and eight sororities, which include approximately 25% of the student body ... Greek life has been a part of the university culture since 1877, when Beta Theta Pi fraternity became the first to form a chapter on campus ... As with all Hopkins programs, Greek discrimination on the basis of "marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual ...

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