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Learn more about UCLA's Greek Councils
The Asian Greek Council governs 3 Asian-Interest chapters.
The Interfraternity Council governs 20 general interest fraternities including three religiously based chapters and one STEM focused chapter.
The Latinx Greek Council governs 8 Latinx interest chapters.
The Multi-Interest Greek Council governs 12 culturally or identity-based chapters.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council governs 7 of the 9 historically Black chapters of the Divine 9 Organization.
The Panhellenic Council governs 13 general-interest sororities including a Christian-based chapter and a STEM chapter.
In order to be a fully recognized and active chapter at UCLA, each individual chapter must be recognized under one of six governing councils. Lead by executive boards consisting of chapter leaders within their respective councils, each council serves as an umbrella organization assisting and supporting their member chapters.
At UCLA, we have 6 councils that represent an extremely diverse and wide-ranging areas of identity including cultural, religious and academic affiliations. You can find more information by contacting each Council President.
Asian Greek Council President
Interfraternity Council President
Latinx Greek Council President
Multi-Interest Greek Council
National Pan-Hellenic Council President
Where can I gather more information?
Review fast facts about the community, chapter nicknames, and more.Learn more about our Portfolio Model advising structure
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life advises within a Portfolio Model approach. Each staff member directly supports each one of the councils while advising chapters across the six different councils. You can find each chapter's staff advisor listed under resources of chapter officers.Where can I find chapter contact information?
You can find each chapter's president's contact information by visiting our Community Directory.Interested in Joining?
Click here to find out more about joining a recognized chapter through their recruitment or intake processes.Concerned about something you saw or experienced?