All social fraternities and sororities must affiliate with a fraternal governing/coordinating council recognized by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. Current councils are:
CPC is the unifying, governing body of the five National Panhellenic Chapters (NPC) on campus. The council is composed of women from each sorority, who use their special talents and skills to successfully run the Panhellenic system at the university. The CPC is responsible for the promotion of scholarship, joint activities, personal development, and community service amongst it's member chapters. The executive officers work hard to promote unity and cooperation among fraternity men and sorority women. The success of the CPC depends on the support of each sorority and therefore develops unity between the individual chapters. This unity enhances the College Panhellenic and provides a common interest for all fraternity women.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
IFC is the representative governing body for the six recognized North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), and the like, member fraternities at Georgia College. IFC’s purpose is to represent fraternity interest to the university and to the community. It is responsible for community service, public relations, recruitment, scholarship, and chapter development. The Interfraternity Council is made up of several men from each chapter who serve in an impartial manner for the betterment of the entire fraternity/sorority community. The IFC fraternities represent diverse organizations with brotherhood as the central focus. Each organization has its unique characteristics on which its members pride themselves.
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
The MGC is the governing body for the two culturally-based fraternities and sororities. MGC was founded on the campus of Georgia College in 2010. The council is comprised of various cultural-based sororities and fraternities. The purpose is to provide a governing body for its respective organizations and to promote unity and respect amongst themselves, the University, and the community.
The governing body of Georgia College Pan-Hellenic Council consists of representatives from each active NPHC organization at the University. The function of NPHC is to promote interaction, encourage cooperation and provide support for each member organization. Its continued legacy of promoting unity and social action has help move the African-American community forward and has forever changed American society as a whole.
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The mission of fraternity and sorority life at Georgia College is to foster an environment that prioritizes the development of character and individuals accountability through shared values of scholarship, leadership, service, philanthropy, and friendship.