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The Multi-Greek Council (MGC) was established to facilitate the presence of social, Greek – lettered organizations which are not already represented by a governing council or do not have a national charter solely for UMSL’s campus, specifically the fraternities and sororities which belong to the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC).  The goal of the MGC is to showcase the opportunities that these organizations have to offer. 

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the umbrella organization of the nine historically, though not exclusively, African-American fraternities and sororities, also known as the Divine Nine. In St. Louis, most of our Divine Nine organizations are city-wide chapters, meaning they function and have members from all of the universities throughout St. Louis. The MGC serves as the liaison between the city-wide chapters and the UMSL campus.

HOW TO JOIN


Unlike the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils, MGC chapters recruit through a process known as membership intake. Intake varies by organization but is strictly dictated by each inter/national headquarters and the graduate chapter in St. Louis. Prior to starting the intake process, chapters will host a rush or informational where interested students can express their interest in the specific organization. Once invited for membership, a person will begin the membership intake process learn about the organization history and national programs/initiatives.

Take a look at the chapters and the listed websites below to contact the chapters directly and to learn more about each organization. You can also fill out an interest form to get more information!

MGC & NPHC CHAPTER INTEREST FORM

Questions? Contact MGC at multigreekcouncil@umsl.edu or the Office of Student Life in 366 Millennium Student Center or via email studentinvolvement@umsl.edu.

MGC Chapters

If you are interested in receiving more about the NPHC organizations in the Saint Louis area, please follow them on social media!

The city-wide structure is support by the STL Coalition. To get more information on that group, please click the link below.

Current Member Resources