Belonging as a member of a fraternity or sorority is a social experience based on the fundamental right of a free people to form voluntary associations. It is one of the enrichments of college life. Any person who wants the fraternity experience will find it possible to belong on most campuses today. Fraternity membership is a social experience arrived at by mutual choice and selection and is by invitation.
Fraternities and sororities exist because they:
Fraternities and sororities continue because:
The Multicultural Greek Council's minimum requirements for joining a fraternity or sorority are as follows:
*Be aware: Some chapters have higher standards than the MGC. Contact chapter individually to determine what their standards might be.
**It is often also asked if you must be a member of a minority population to join an MGC Group.
The simple answer is No. Every chapter is open to anyone interested in learning more about his/her own culture and appreciating the cultural diversity of all people. Members represent every type of cultural, economic, and social background.