College Panhellenic Council The College Panhellenic Council is currently comprised of three member sororities of the National Panhellenic Council, with an elected board of officers and delegates. The College Panhellenic Council strives to strengthen the bonds of friendship, sisterhood, and cooperation among the sororities on campus as well as promote high scholastic, social, and philanthropic standards. Throughout the year, Panhellenic provides opportunities for sorority women in the aspect of Greek life as well as sponsoring events that benefit the entire Greek community. The College Panhellenic Council sets up and organizes the rules and regulations regarding formal recruitment. Panhellenic also aids in guiding potential members through the Recruitment process. Throughout the year, the College Panhellenic Council builds relationships across each member chapter and fosters a sense of community centered on values of academic excellence, civic engagement, and leadership. Click for more information about Formal Sorority Recruitment. National Pan-Hellenic Council The National Pan-Hellenic Council is the unifying, coordinating, and governing body of the five active historically African American fraternities and sororities on campus that are associated with the National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternities and sororities. NPHC promotes cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions that support the mission and values of its member organizations. The Council is led by executive officers that oversee all programs and activities. Each chapter has a delegate on the Council. Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council, also known as IFC, is the governing body for a collection of member fraternities on campus. The IFC is responsible for creating policies, promoting academic excellence, and planning recruitment and other activities for the fraternities. IFC has an executive board comprised of members from various fraternities. IFC unites all fraternities regardless of individual affiliation. Each chapter has two voting delegates that represent the interests of their chapter on the council.