Greek Councils

Greek Councils

Greek Councils

  • Inter Greek Council (IGC) 
    • President: Haley Askling, asklingh0@students.rowan.edu 
    • Includes ALL Greek organizations
      • The Inter Greek Council is the umbrella organization which recognizes and oversees all social Greek-lettered organizations on Rowan University’s campus. The IGC coordinates programming and education with the IFC, NPC, NPHC, and GCOC.  Members strive to increase cooperation and communication between the Greek community and the rest of the Rowan University community. The IGC's membership is comprised of all Greek organizations on Rowan's campus. Each chapter has one or two representatives (depending on chapter size) that attend IGC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between IGC and their chapters. IGC meets once every other week. IGC leadership is composed of a President, Executive Officers, and representatives from each of the other Greek councils.
  • Greek Cultural Organizations Council (GCOC)
    • President: Kelsie Quintana, quintanak8@students.rowan.edu 
    • 9 active chapters
      • The Greek Cultural Organizations Council (GCOC) serves as a governing body, creates and maintains high standards in the life of Fraternities and Sororities by addressing, managing, and creating strategic programming to unify organizations involved in GCOC. The GCOC mission is to uphold higher education, provide community services, improve leadership, and create a positive relationships between GCOC, other Greek councils, the student body, and university administration; thus, improving campus life. The purpose of the Greek Cultural Organizations Council shall be to uphold, unify, and maintain the values and traditions of Greek organizations. The GCOC seeks to promote leadership, service, and education. While not being limited to any race, sex, color, or sexual orientation, it shall open the doors for more Greek organizations willing to showcase cultural awareness and be an asset on Rowan University’s campus. Each chapter has a representative that attends GCOC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between GCOC and their chapters. GCOC meets once every other week. GCOC leadership is composed of a President and 4 Executive Officers.
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
    • President: Magnum Phelps, phelps19@students.rowan.edu 
    • 9 active chapters
      • The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is an umbrella organization for the nine historically African-American, international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities, commonly referred to as the "Divine Nine". Rowan University is home to all nine organizations. The NPHC, Inc. was formed as a permanent organization on May 10th, 1930 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. The council promotes interaction through forums, meetings, and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions. Today, the primary purpose and focus of the NPHC continues to be community awareness and action through educational, economic, and cultural service activities. The undergraduate chapters of each member organization are to align with a graduate/alumni chapter. Following graduation from college individual members are encouraged to continue their Greek letter affiliation in a graduate chapter. Each chapter has a representative that attends NPHC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between NPHC and their chapters. NPHC meets once every other week. NPHC leadership is composed of a President and 8 Executive Officers.
  • National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
    • President: Monika Bielen, bielenm5@students.rowan.edu 
    • 6 active chapters
      • The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC/Panhel) is the governing body of the national NPC-affiliated sororities at The Rowan University. NPC/Panhel serves as a forum for the discussion of current issues facing college students and the Greek community. It also promotes equality; therefore, rules governing membership recruitment, social activities, publicity, and member responsibilities are established and monitored by the NPC/Panhel. The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC/Panhel) is the self-governing student organization that provides guidelines and support to its member organizations. The NPC/Panhel works with the Office of Greek Affairs who oversees the operations of the organization and works closely with the NPC/Panhel Executive Board. Each organization is represented in the General Assembly to discuss and vote on matters concerning member organizations and the Greek community. Each member organization of the NPC/Panhel focuses on different aspects of sorority life including athletics, academics, campus involvement, leadership, and sisterhood. The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC/Panhel) provides a way for member organizations to work together and achieve a greater level of success. Each chapter has a representative that attends NPC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between NPC and their chapters. NPC meets once every other week. NPC leadership is composed of a President and 5 Executive Officers.
  • InterFraternity Council (IFC)
    • President: Tyler Barnes, barnest7@students.rowan.edu 
    • 15 active chapters
      • The Interfraternity Council exists to promote the shared interests and values of Rowan’s fraternity members. These values include leadership, service, scholarship, and brotherhood. The mission of IFC is to create better communities, better chapters, and better men. IFC recruits through Meet the Brothers and informal rush. Each chapter has a representative that attends IFC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between IFC and their chapters. The IFC meets once every other week. IFC leadership is composed of a President and 3 Executive Officers. Most of our IFC organizations also are part of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.