Not only can students be involved with Greek life, but Advisors and Alumni can be involved as well. Students are always welcome to join the fun and go further within their membership by joining one of the three councils that represent the chapters. Advisors can volunteer to support the leaders on the council as well as guide the chapters to become even more successful. Alumni are provided lifelong benefits and are welcomed to engage in Alumni/ae chapters with their organization and give back to its members.
Each fraternity and sorority at SVSU is governed by one of three groups: the Interfraternity Council (IFC) the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) or the Panhellenic Council (PHC). These organizations consist of voting delegates that represent each of the fraternities and sororities, as well as the executive officers of each council. The three councils then work closely with the Office of Leadership Programs to provide a voice for all fraternity and sorority members on campus.
Join one of our three governing councils to further enhance leadership skills and develop a broader perspective of fraternity and sorority life on campus!
There is no more important position in today’s fraternity or sorority than the volunteer advisor that is serving as a mentor, role model and advocate for fraternity and sorority students. Research supports that there is a strong correlation between involved advisors and successful chapters. In such, each chapter should have both a faculty/staff advisor (on-campus) and a chapter advisor (off-campus/affiliated) to regularly check-in on the chapter membership and provide support and guidance.
To show interest in serving as an involved advisor, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to express interest. For current advisors, it is crucial that our office has up-to-date contact information for you. To provide updated contact information in an attempt to stay current on the list-serve and receive invitations to chapter and office events, please click here to fill out a form.
Membership in a fraternity or sorority is lifelong and therefore provides many long-term benefits and ways to give back to an organization that has given you so much.
Ensure the office has up-to-date contact information on you to receive further information on the community and the University throughout the year. This can be done by emailing the Coordinator of Leadership Programs at email@example.com. Alumni can also engage in Alumni/ae chapters with their respective organizations. To further get involved in alumni/ae chapters, investigate opportunities with your Inter/National Headquarters.
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