The Multicultural Greek Council serves as an alliance to unite all Multicultural Greek-lettered organizations under one umbrella organization. They promote awareness of multiculturalism and diversity within IUPUI, as well as the greater Indianapolis community. Their goals are to promote academic excellence in the community through resources, mentorships, and networking. They create a strong voice and presence on campus to support and advocate for their various philanthropic and community service efforts. They encourage positive internal Greek-letter organization relationships by encouraging members to respect and understand each organization’s purpose as well as support each organization’s social, educational, and professional programs.
Multicultural Greek Council
My favorite chapter memory was establishing Alpha Upsilon at IUPUI as the founding line. We got so much support from the Hermanas and created an amazing memory by presenting at our probate on campus as the Alpha Line-Yoriana Gallegos (SLU)
List of Orgs
Delta Kappa Delta Sorority, Inc.
Delta Kappa Delta Sorority, Inc. commits itself to the fostering of a united sisterhood, the development of indomitable spirit, the betterment of the community through humanitarian services, and the education of ourselves and others about the Indian sub-continental culture. Furthermore, we dedicate ourselves to personal, cultural enrichment through the awareness and preservation of our traditions and morals.
Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc.
Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. strives to unite sisters in the principles of achieving academic excellence, serving the communities in which we live and learn, preserving the sacred bond of sisterhood among women, and uplifting and advancing a cultural awareness among Latinos and those in our global communities. Our philanthropic partners are the American Diabetes Association and the Julian Center.
La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc.
La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorporated primarily seeks to take a leadership role in meeting the needs of the Latinx community through academic achievement, cultural awareness, community service, and promotion of the Latinx culture and people. Iniativiate: Providing Access To Higher Education (P.A.T.H.E.) P.A.T.H.E. is a college-focused initiative that is tailored to support middle and high school students in graduating from a four-year college. Our program will support schools and organizations by mentoring future scholars, facilitating college/university tours, providing P.A.T.H.E. initiative workshops, and advocating for the improvement of our educational system.
Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc.
We pride ourselves as an organization of diverse collegiate and professional women dedicated to uplifting traditionally marginalized groups, specifically Latinx people and women. Since 1987, the Hermandad has been an outlet for professional development and personal growth to both its members and serving constituents. The sorority’s impact can be seen in the outstanding accomplishments of our Hermanas and through the lives of people touched by our many initiatives—proof that women of color can make a difference. The goals of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc. are sisterhood, academic excellence, leadership, service to the community and campus and cultural enrichment. Though our sorority is Latina-based, Sigma Lambda Upsilon is not Latina-exclusive. We take pride in serving as a non-discriminatory organization comprised of women from all cultures, creeds, disabilities, political beliefs, and sexual preferences.
Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, Inc.
Sigma Psi Zeta was founded on March 23rd, 1994 at the University at Albany in New York. Sigma Psi Zeta is a progressive, multicultural Greek organization that provides a means to success and support for womxn, particularly womxn of color. The sorority builds on the unity of strong and independent leaders to affect change in their organization, campuses, and local communities.