Fraternity & Sorority Life

  •  Multicultural Greek Council

    Multicultural Greek Council

    The organizations represented by the Multicultural Greek Council (MCG) have joined together to further the interests of multicultural fraternities and sororities at Duke University.

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  • Panhellenic Association

    Panhellenic Association

    The Duke Panhellenic Association is the governing body of the nine National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities on campus. The Panhellenic Association ties Duke’s sororities to a larger governing body representative of each sorority.

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  • Interfraternity Council

    Interfraternity Council

    The Interfraternity Council (IFC) at Duke University is the umbrella organization for 16 national fraternities. The purpose of the IFC is to promote and further the best interests of the fraternity community, its member chapters, and Duke University.

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  • National Pan-Hellenic Association

    National Pan-Hellenic Association

    The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) serves as the umbrella group for eight historically African American fraternities and sororities at Duke University. The council fosters interaction among its organizations through student leadership development and community service initiatives.

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Who We Are: 

Fraternities and sororities have historically been a large part of campus life at Duke University by sponsoring inter-campus events, hosting parties, and performing community service. They are known for providing leadership opportunities and fostering a sense of belonging among a large student body. Read more.

Have You Heard?

Mar 11, 2014

Senior Ian Zhang was born in Duke Hospital when his father, Jing Zhang Ph.D. ’95, was a graduate student in cell biology. He is currently president of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), which consists of seven fraternities and sororities with a focus on Latino/a, Asian, and multicultural life.  Read More.

Mar 04, 2014

Duke student Jay Ruckelhaus' future changed in an instant after a paralyzing dive into shallow water at Geist Reservoir. It appeared his dream to attend Duke was over, too. Through intensive therapy, Jay is now adapting to the world and now college life as a paraplegic. Assisting him is his long-time friend, Joe Witchger, who helps Jay throughout the day. With the encouragement of Clarybel Peguero, director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Duke University, the Mu Chapter will be alumni initiating Joe as a member. The brotherhood that Joe shares with Jay, as well as his commitment to service, is a true testament to Pi Kappa Phi beliefs. We look forward to welcoming Joe into the Pi Kappa Phi brotherhood and are very proud of the men in our Duke chapter.



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