Panhellenic is the governing body for 7 of the 26 national/international sororities that belong to the National Panhellenic Conference. Panhellenic sponsors and coordinates Formal Recruitment each fall semester. UH’s Pan-Hellenic women average higher GPAs than the all-women’s UH average. Many members are on the Dean’s List, in the Honors College and in the Greek honor society Order of Omega. Others have been recipients of large national and local scholarships.
Founded on the University of Houston campus in 2003, MGC governs 15 culturally-oriented and faith-based fraternities and sororities. MGC sponsors community service projects and leadership development for its member organizations, in addition to creating policies that govern each of the participating chapters.
The United Greek Council (UGC) was officially established as in April 2012 as the Latin Greek Council in order to unite and promote the appreciation of Latino Greek lettered organizations and the Latino/a culture. United Greek Council is open to everyone and acts in the best interest of the University of Houston. UGC will encourage scholastic achievement among its member organizations and provide a forum for discussion of general concerns, issues, and topics that affect member organizations.
The Interfraternity Council at the University of Houston is a self-governing organization of 14 NIC and historically-NIC fraternities that promote chapter collaboration and unified fraternal action. With some of the most prestigious national organizations in the University of Houston Greek community, IFC strives to build a stronger community by providing leadership, educational and intramural opportunities for all of its chapter members.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body for the “Divine Nine” historically African-American fraternities and sororities. NPHC aims to unify the 7 member organizations represented on the UH campus through an emphasis on community service, academics, leadership development and collaboration.