Fraternity and Sorority Life at VCU
The fraternity and sorority community at VCU has enhanced the lives of thousands of men and women over the last 50 years.
Membership can help you find your niche at VCU, offer academic assistance and support, encourage you to be active in student organizations and community service, open doors for opportunity, assist you in developing social skills, provide educational awareness about social issues, and give you a chance to make friends with similar
VCU offers a diverse mix of fraternities and sororities with the hopes that prospective student members have many options to match their personal values and personalities. More than 1,500 students are members of 40 fraternities and sororities at VCU. These individuals serve in a variety of leadership positions within their chapter or governing council.
For more detailed info about fraternity and sorority life at VCU, including contact lists for all of our organizations visit Fraternity & Sorority life on RamsConnect.
Four Governing Councils
The VCU fraternity and sorority community consists of four governing councils:
- The College Panhellenic Council
- The Interfraternity Council
- The Multicultural Greek Council
- The National Pan-Hellenic Council
These four governing councils provide a governance structure for the 40 chapters, and the overall direction of the community is guided by the professional staff in The Commons Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.