At Rutgers, our more than 70 fraternal organizations, also known as chapters, are categorized into four different umbrella organizations: the Interfraternity Council (IFC), the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), the Panhellenic Council (PH) and the Professional Fraternity Council (PFC).
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the coordinating and governing body for all of Rutgers University’s general fraternities. Consisting of elected executive officers and one representative from each respective fraternity, the council establishes and coordinates all recruitment activities, motivates and supervises academic achievement, governs the actions of its member chapters, and promotes community service projects throughout the year.
The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) serves as the governing body for culturally based Greek-lettered sororities and fraternities at Rutgers University (historically African-American, Latinx, Asian, South-Asian and multicultural). The MGC’s purpose is to inspire culture, trust, support, understanding, and friendship between its members, the Greek community and the university.
The Panhellenic Council (PH) serves as the governing council to the national sororities at Rutgers University. The council is responsible for promoting positive relations between sororities, coordinating council-wide activities, formal recruitment, informal recruitment.
The Professional Fraternity Council (PFC) serves as a convening body for the professional/co-ed/special interest fraternities and sororities at Rutgers University. The Council is responsible for promoting the professional interests of its member chapters, coordinating association-wide activities and recruitment activities.