Fraternity & Sorority Life

Rochester Institute of Technology is home to 32 diverse inter/national social fraternities and sororities. These organizations offer students an opportunity to enhance college life in a unique environment. Commitment to personal and organizational excellence is the cornerstone of the RIT fraternity and sorority experience. Fraternity & sorority membership is a valuable opportunity for personal, intellectual and social development.

Each fraternity and sorority shares a deep commitment toward development of the individual members as well as the entire chapter. Throughout the years, RIT fraternities and sororities have promoted scholarship, actively participated in a variety of community service projects, raised money for their national philanthropies, competed in athletic and intramural sports and socialized with other organizations.


InterFraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the twelve fraternities at RIT, and serve as a liaison between the North American Interfraternity Conference and RIT Greek Life.

College Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the governing body of the five Panhellenic sororities at RIT, and serve as a liaison between National Panhellenic Council and RIT Greek Life.

Multicultural Greek Council

The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is the governing body of the fourteen multicultural fraternities and sororities at RIT, and serve as a liaison between the National Pan-Hellenic Council, National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, National APIDA Panhellenic Association, and RIT Greek Life.

Misson

Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to enhancing RIT’s fraternity & sorority community by providing support that promotes and recognizes excellence in academics, leadership, service, and social responsibility.

Vision

The RIT Fraternity & Sorority Community will become the premier fraternity & sorority community in the nation

Goals

  • To increase support for all RIT recognized fraternities and sororities
  • To develop a sense of community belonging among the members, chapters, and governing councils
  • To assist the governing councils in their goal to achieve self-governance
  • To assess all chapters to determine their individual strengths and opportunities

Values

Leadership

Service

Scholarship

Social

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