Fraternities & Sororities

How our fraternities and sororities are organized

Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternities

Chapters within this council have come together in order to form a more perfect community, establish justice, foster cooperation, ensure open communication, promote general welfare, and to further the fraternity system at IUPUI. 

Multicultural Greek Council (MCGC) fraternities and sororities

Chapters within this council affirm the multicultural necessity within the Greek community, so members of all cultures can promote diversity while displaying their own identities. MCGC unites to publicize diversity within the university and advance the ideas of fraternal values within the council. 

College Panhellenic (CPH) Sororities

Chapters within this council stand for scholarship, enhancing the health and well-being of members, upholding high standards, and serving the college community to the best of their ability. They stand for service through the development of character and are inspired by the close contact and deep friendships built through the sorority experience.

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) Fraternities and Sororities

Chapters within this council are historically Black Greek-lettered organizations, also known as the “Divine 9”. A focus on African American heritage and history plays a large part in the values and activities of these organizations, but membership is open to individuals of all backgrounds.

Honorary Society

Honorary societies recognize fraternity and sorority members who have attained a high standard of leadership in inter-fraternal activities and academic achievement.

Ready to join? Here’s how to get started.

The recruitment process for IUPUI fraternities and sororities varies by council. Some participate in an organized rush during set times of the year. Others can recruit all year round.

But you can’t accept a membership invitation (or bid) unless you satisfy the following requirements:

  • You are a full-time student in good standing
  • You have earned the required GPA
  • You have been notified by Fraternity and Sorority Life that you are eligible

Get started.

Complete the eligibility form

Why should you join a fraternity or sorority?

There’s nothing quite like being a member of a fraternity or sorority.

Once you’re a member, you’re part of a brotherhood or sisterhood that will support you throughout your life.

While you’re here at IUPUI, you’ll benefit from the camaraderie you’ll find, whether you’re at a social event or just hanging out with your new friends. You’ll have the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of activities, including:

  • Community service—Philanthropy is an important part of fraternity and sorority life, and you’ll have plenty of chances to engage with our community and make Indy a better place
  • Academic help—School is serious business, and you'll be able to take advantage of resources like study sessions, study tables, and scholarship awards
  • Athletic events—Fraternities and sororities participate in several intramural leagues and are among the first to show up and cheer loudly for IUPUI athletic teams
  • Leadership development—Whether you serve on a committee or run for office, there are plenty of opportunities to grow your leadership skills
Four fraternity members perform on stage
Two students smile at the camera
Four sorority members perform on stage.

Fraternity and sorority life is a lot of things—but most of all, fun!  

The IUPUI fraternity and sorority life vision

The IUPUI fraternity and sorority life vision is to cultivate a fraternity and sorority community that:

  • Serves as a national model based upon best practices and innovative approaches
  • Cultivates and reflects a values-based holistic experience
  • Engages meaningfully within the fraternity and sorority community, the campus community, and the greater community
  • Actively learns about, desires to increase awareness of, appreciates, and respects differences to build cultural competencies that are reflected in their actions
  • Understands the importance of and participates in sustained civic engagement, educationally meaningful service, and philanthropy
  • Recognizes the value of and is committed to a physically, socially, and emotionally safe environment for all members of the community
  • Comprehends and adheres to standards of accountability

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