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Joining the Sacramento State Greek Community will provide you with the opportunity to meet many wonderful people and become involved on campus and throughout the greater Sacramento community. Membership is a fraternity or sorority that helps foster special friendships and creates many valuable networks to help you succeed in college. The men and women in the Greek community participate in experiences that highlight outstanding academics, culture, social development, leadership and service for and with others. Experience one of our recognized organizations as you begin to explore options for involvement and leadership at Sacramento State.
Greek Councils on Campus
The purpose of the Interfraternity Council (IFC) shall be to cultivate and maintain the best interests of the University, to assist and strengthen fraternities individually and collectively in the achievement of their worthy purposes, to provide a medium for the exercising of self-government and the self-regulation of Fraternity affairs, to offer opportunities for further development and expansion of fraternity life on campus, to act as a liaison between fraternities and the University administration, to offer a common meeting ground for all fraternities, and to foster fellowship and goodwill among the fraternities and the student body as a whole.
Kappa Sigma | Pi Kappa Phi | Sigma Alpha Epsilon | Sigma Phi Epsilon | Tau Kappa Epsilon
How to Join
Each IFC member organization hosts its own recruitment events during the first three weeks of the fall/spring semester. If you are interested in joining an IFC member organization, the best way to find out information is to contact members of the local chapter of that particular organization or the IFC Council.
The Interfraternity Council at Sacramento State requires a 2.7 cumulative GPA and enrollment in at least six (6) semester units to be eligible to join an IFC member organization.
For more information or to complete your registration, please visit: https://enroll.icsrecruiter.com/ifc/CASTSA
Latino Greek Council
The purpose of the Latino Greek Council (LGC) is to create and enhance high standards for member organizations by addressing, coordinating, and planning strategic programming to promote higher education, provide a helping hand to our community, and enhance leadership. Through membership in this council is not limited to students of Latino/a heritage, the Latino Greek Council serves as a multifaceted organization that represents Latino/a interests at the University, manages and assists in the expansion of new Latina/o Greek organizations, and advocates on behalf of the Latino/a Greek student population at our campus.
Alpha Psi Lambda | Kappa Delta Chi | Lambda Theta Alpha
How to Join
Each LGC member organization has its own membership intake process in the fall/spring semester. If you are interested in joining an LGC chapter, the best way to find out information is to contact members of the local chapter of that particular organization.
For more information about upcoming LGC events or joining an LGC member organization, please contact the LGC President at email@example.com
National Pan-Hellenic Council
The purpose of the National PanHellenic Council (NPHC) shall be to foster cooperative actions of its members in dealing with matters of mutual concern. To this end, the NPHC promotes the well-being of its affiliated fraternities and sororities, facilitates the establishment and development of local councils of the NPHC and provides leadership training for its constituents. The stated purpose and mission of the organization in 1930 was “Unanimity of thought and action as far as possible in the conduct of Greek letter collegiate fraternities and sororities, and to consider problems of mutual interest to its member organizations.”
Alpha Phi Alpha | Delta Sigma Theta | Kappa Alpha Psi | Phi Beta Sigma | Zeta Phi Beta
How to Join
Each NPHC member organization has its own membership intake process; some member organizations conduct intake each academic year, while others do so on a bi-yearly basis. If you are interested in joining an NPHC organization, the best way to find out information is to contact members of the local chapter of that particular organization.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosts its annual Black Org during the fall semester. This event is sponsored by NPHC and various black student organizations at Sacramento State, including the Black Student Union. Black Org Night is meant to introduce all those who are interested in getting involved in the black student experience, including joining one of the NPHC member organizations.
For more information about Black Org Night or joining an NPHC member organization please contact the NPHC Council President at firstname.lastname@example.org
Panhellenic Sorority Council
The purpose of the Panhellenic Sorority Council (PSC) is, as members of women's fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities.
Alpha Chi Omega | Alpha Phi | Chi Delta | Delta Gamma | Gamma Phi Beta | Phi Mu | Phi Sigma Sigma | Sigma Kappa
How to Join
The Panhellenic Sorority Council at Sacramento State hosts Primary Recruitment, an exciting opportunity that enables women interested in joining a sorority the opportunity to learn about the meaning and benefits of Panhellenic sorority life. Primary Recruitment, sponsored by the Panhellenic Sorority Council each fall semester, is organized, coordinated, and managed by the Panhellenic Recruitment Team. It lasts three days in September and involves three rounds of parties. During these parties, potential new members will meet and converse with sorority members from all member organizations.
The Panhellenic Sorority Council at Sacramento State requires a 2.5 cumulative GPA and enrollment in at least six (6) semester units to be eligible to join a Panhellenic member organization.
For more information or to complete your registration, please visit: https://enroll.icsrecruiter.com/pan/CASTSA
United Sorority Fraternity Council
The purpose of the United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) shall be to assist culturally diverse sororities and fraternities in the achievement of their noble purposes and to provide a forum for the regulation of chapter interactions. The USFC shall act as a liaison between our member chapters and the university administration by establishing a communicative network for all culturally diverse sororities and fraternities to promote unity amongst the organizations and the university community.
Alpha Kappa Delta Phi | Beta Gamma Nu | Chi Rho Omicron | Delta Lambda Phi | Epsilon Sigma Rho | Gamma Zeta Alpha | Kappa Psi Epsilon | Lambda Phi Epsilon | Lambda Sigma Gamma | Lambda Theta Nu | Sigma Omega Nu | Sigma Omega Phi | Sigma Omicron Pi | Sigma Pi Alpha | Sigma Theta Psi | Zeta Sigma Chi
How to Join
Each USFC member organization has its own membership intake process; some member organizations conduct intake each semester, while others do so only once a year. If you are interested in joining a USFC organization, the best way to find out information is to contact members of the local chapter of that particular organization.
The United Sorority & Fraternity Council hosts its annual USFC Showcase the first week of the fall and spring semester. The showcase is sponsored by USFC and introduces all those who are interested in joining one of the USFC member organizations.
For more information about the showcase or joining a USFC member organization please contact the USFC Council President at email@example.com