Councils and Chapters
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is made up of 15 chapters and prides itself on exhibiting and promoting the values of scholarship, leadership, brotherhood, service, and integrity. The major events IFC hosts during the academic year are IFC Recruitment (fall and spring), IFC Bid Rally (fall and spring), Social Excellence Workshops (fall and spring), Preeminent Man Program (fall and spring), and the Shriner’s Showcase Philanthropy (spring).
|IFC Staff Advisor||Travis Crudele-Robertsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
IFC Chapters (click to expand)
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)
The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) was founded at USF in 2001. MGC consists of culturally-based organizations such as Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA), Latinx/a/o, and Multicultural. Regardless of their cultural orientation, membership is open to all who have an alignment with the values of the organization and an interest in serving these communities. The major events MGC hosts during the academic year are the Summer Yard Show (Summer), New Member Presentations (Fall and Spring), MGC 101 (Spring), and MGC Week (Fall).
|MGC Staff Advisor||Lezlie Blairemail@example.com|
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) was chartered at USF in 1992. NPHC consists of historically Black Greek lettered organizations and is often referred to as "The Divine Nine". NPHC has 4 sororities and 5 fraternities. Each of the nine NPHC fraternities and sororities were designed to foster brotherhood and sisterhood and serve as conduits by which action plans could be formulated to influence social action and change in the Black community. The major events NPHC hosts during the academic year are Summer Yard Show (Summer), New Member Presentations (Fall and Spring), NPHC Week (Spring), and the Extravaganza Step Show (Fall).
|NPHC Staff Advisor||Lezlie Blairfirstname.lastname@example.org|
NPHC Chapters (click to view)
Panhellenic Association (PHA)
Panhellenic Association (PHA) is made up of 10 amazing sororities full of outgoing, philanthropic and academically minded women. The chapters strive to make a difference in our communities and promote growing, serving, empowering and respect with each other! All 10 chapters have a house in Greek Village. The major events PHA hosts during the academic year are Primary Recruitment (fall), Panhellenic Pride Events (fall and spring), and Circle of Sisterhood Week (fall).
|PHA Staff Advisor||Travis Crudele-Robertsemail@example.com|
PHA Chapters (click to view)
Order of Omega (OOO)
The Beta Lambda chapter of Order of Omega (OOO) at USF honors the top 3% of our distinguished sophomore, junior, and senior leaders of our fraternity/sorority community who have exemplified high standard in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and involvement within their organization, fraternity/sorority community and local community.
|OOO Staff Advisor||Sarah Nilesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|BullsConnect Page||National Website||Chapter Instagram|
In the spirit of transparency and accountability, the report found below outlines the conduct history of fraternities and sororities overseen by the Center for Student Involvement at the University of South Florida throughout the last three years:
The Student Organization Handbook and the USF Student Code of Conduct defines a student organization as a group of currently enrolled University of South Florida students who unite to promote a common interest, who are recognized by the university as a registered student organization. USF requires all fraternities and sororities to be affiliated with a governing council under the umbrella of Fraternity and Sorority Life within the Center for Student Involvement as well as requiring a larger, inter/nationally-based organization who provides additional supervision, guidance, and programming on a wide variety of topics.
Please note: students affiliating with an unregistered student organization, including fraternities and sororities not recognized by Fraternity and Sorority Life/USF, may be held individually responsible for actions stemming from membership in the organization through the USF Student Code of Conduct. Students who join organizations who have no affiliation with the University and/or inter/national organization(s) are not provided liability insurance or direct advisor support and are more likely to fall victim to academic, judicial, legal, or other problems while involved.
Unauthorized expansion/extension activities, such as "campus crashing", "ghost lines," recruiting or soliciting membership, pre-initiation activities, pledging, educating and/or initiating USF students without having approved recognition through Fraternity and Sorority Life will not be allowed. Some organizations may portray themselves as registered student organizations. Additionally, any potential chapter (otherwise known as an entity) and/or chapter operating at USF must be working toward or have a charter which designates itself as a chapter at USF. City-wide/metro chapters are not permitted at USF.
Please note that the following fraternities and sororities are not considered registered student organizations at this time and have no current affiliation with USF:
- Beta Chi Theta
- Chi Phi
- Chi Phi Sigma
- Delta Chi
- Lambda Chi Alpha
- Sigma Sigma Rho