As the fraternity and sorority life program at IUPUI has grown, so has its model for governing the community. January 2010 marked the first time we had elected student leadership across all three councils. The elected leadership serve as leaders within the fraternity and sorority community providing direction and guidance for not only their respective council but the overall development of the community.
The Interfraternity Council is the governing and coordinating body of the three IFC fraternities supporting the IFC fraternity men, and serving the IUPUI Community. The vision for the council is to be a "United, self-governed community that is a driving force of campus life at IUPUI."
The National Pan-Hellenic Council consists of the 7 Historically Black Greek-Letter-Organizations at IUPUI. Starting out as the Black Greek Council, the council formally switched its name to NPHC in late 2005. Still in its youth, the IUPUI NPHC is making unprecedented strides to improve the council, its member organizations, and the IUPUI Greek community at large.
The Panhellenic Association exists to promote the values of and advocate for its member organizations through collaboration on campus and in the community. The council (elected leadership) provides support and guidance for sororities/women's fraternities by serving as the voice on contemporary issues of sorority life.
Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for fraternity and sorority organizations. The society honors juniors and seniors who exemplify high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the fraternity and sorority, campus, and local community. Members are selected from the top 3% of students.
The Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisory Board provides direction and guidance to the fraternity and sorority staff on the strategic development of the community to help ensure we're accomplishing our goals of building a model 21st Century community based on inclusion.
Sorority members at the Hula Hoops for Hope event