Greek Council is the governing board for all greek lettered organizations on campus at Oakland University. The council is responsible for planning Greek Week each winter and uniting all the greek lettered organizations on campus. Greek council is made up of an executive board, committee chairs, and representatives from each Greek lettered organization.
As a whole, Greek Life also known as sororities and fraternities function as a group of leaders trying to better themselves and their college community. Each organization differs in many ways from their rituals and secrets they each hold to the ideals they value and seek in membership. Membership in a greek lettered organization can begin at any time during your undergraduate degree but membership in these organizations lasts a lifetime. Greek organizations typically have their own philanthropy, sisterhood or brotherhood activities, and conduct mixers with other organizations. Greek life can be an excellent source to gain leadership through various chairperson, committee member, or executive board positions that are offered within each individual organization and in each council. It also offers many opportunities to get involved with volunteer organizations to gain service hours, academic support, and a close-knit community.
Greek Council meets every other Sunday at 2 p.m.
Contacts: Contact Victoria Franso at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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The College Panhellenic Council at Oakland University is made up of four sororities; Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Tau, Gamma Phi Beta, and Phi Sigma Sigma. Members of Panhellenic chapters aim for high academic standards, serving the university, and helping better the lives of each individual member. Panhellenic Council is made up of an executive board, committee chairs, and representatives from each member chapter. They work on projects like sorority formal recruitment, philanthropy hours, and panhellenic sisterhoods.
: The College Panhellenic Council meets every other sunday at 4 p.m.
: Sydney Edelman at email@example.com
for information on Panhellenic Council or Stephanie McClain at firstname.lastname@example.org
for information on Sorority Formal Recruitment.
For more information on the College Panhellenic Council or the members of the council, select the links below to see their personal and national websites.
College Panhellenic (CPH)
The Interfraternity Council at Oakland University is made up by five fraternities; Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Chi, and Tau Kappa Epsilon. The interfraternity council strives for academic achievement, community involvement, and to promote respect. The council consists of an executive board and representatives from each chapter.
IFC meets every other sunday at 3 p.m.
For more information on the Interfraternity Council or the members of the council, select the links below to see their personal and national websites.
: Please contact Ryan Fabian at email@example.com
The National Pan-Hellenic Council is nationally made up of nine traditionally African American sororities and fraternities also known as the Divine Nine. Oakland University currently has eight of the nine NPHC sororities and fraternities; Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Iota Phi Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Zeta Phi Beta. The National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations host many philanthropy events such as a yearly fashion show. Each fall they also host a yard show each year during welcome week where they invite members from chapters at other universities to join.
For more information on the National Pan-Hellenic Council or the members of the council, select the links below to see their personal and national websites.
: Please contact Tyanna Moore TFmoore@oakland.edu
for more information.
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
There is currently one multicultural organization at Oakland University, Zeta Sigma Chi. Multicultural Greek organizations are created for people of all backgrounds and interests to come together in one organization. Zeta Sigma Chi strives to “create true, lifelong friendships among women of diverse heritages while upholding the values of our 8 founding mothers.”
Contact: For more information contact Samantha Sokoll firstname.lastname@example.org.