LeadershipFraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority life offers an abundance of leadership and growth opportunities. Whether you become involved in Panhellenic, The Inter-Greek Council, or a position within your chapter, you are sure to develop new skills and relationships through your lived experiences. Gustavus fraternity and sorority students are also heavily involved in athletic teams, Student Senate, ROTC, and other reputable campus organizations.

Inter-Greek Council (IGC)

The Inter-Greek Council serves as the overarching governing body of all fraternities and sororities at Gustavus. Its purpose is to establish, promote, and maintain a unified, well-balanced and respected Greek community. The organization achieves these goals by supporting committed individuals who in good character devote themselves to the values of leadership, service and scholarship specifically by:

Acting as a liaison between the Greek community and the rest of the Gustavus community.

Acting as a governing body for the Greek community as a whole.

Acting as a source of unity and structure for the entire Greek community.

Implementing these principles through the community Standards of Excellence.

How to Join: The IGC executive board is elected by chapter presidents in early December. committee opportunities are available year-long and are regularly communicated to chapter leaders via weekly presidents meetings.

College Panhellenic Council (CPH, Panhell)

Gustavus Panhellenic is composed of undergraduate delegates of two nationally-affiliated sororities of the National Panhellenic Conference. The council assists in establishing guidelines for membership recruitment, service opportunities, and social activities for Panhellenic Association sorority members. All guidelines act in accordance with the IGC Standards of Excellence as well as the National Panhellenic Conference unanimous agreements and policies.

Gustavus Panhellenic is proud to serve in their purpose of advancing all sorority women, their campus, and surrounding communities.