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Michigan State University is home to 63 fraternities and sororities that are governed by four different councils. Aiming to promote leadership, self worth, and lifelong friendship, these chapters provide opportunities for over 4,000 students here at MSU. 

Each council, which is governed and lead by their own executive board, has a different focus. The backgrounds, values, history, and recruitment processes of each council is what makes them unique and worthwhile. Ranging in size from a few to more than 160 members, we encourage everyone to find the chapter that will be the perfect fit for you. 


Learn More about IFC

The Interfraternity Council at MSU serves as the governing body for 30 fraternities on campus which are affiliated with the NIC (North American Interfraternity Confrence).


Learn more about Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council here at MSU is the governing council of the 14 sororities here on campus that belong to the National Panhellenic Confrence. 

Learn More about MGC

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The Multicultural Greek Council of MSU, commonly referred to as MGC, serves as the governing body for 10 multicultural and multiethnic fraternities and sororities on campus.


Learn more about NPHC

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The national Pan-Hellenic Council is home to the 9 historically African American and international fraternities and sororities on campus.