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Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
518H Willard Straight Hall
5th Floor of Willard Straight Hall
National Panhellenic Conference, founded in 1902, is an umbrella organization for 26 inter/national women’s fraternities and sororities. Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae. Members are represented on over 620 college and university campuses in the United States and Canada and in over 4,600 alumnae associations, making up over 3.6 million sorority women in the world.
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs supports the personal growth, learning, health, and safety of fraternity and sorority members by providing them with opportunities for leadership, self-governance, and service.
The governing board representing over 40 fraternities on Cornell’s campus. The board coordinates educational, social, and recreational programs for the member chapters. Additionally, the IFC establishes guidelines, procedures, and standards for membership and enforces those policies.
The fastest growing organizations nationally are culturally-based groups. There are over 12 organizations in the MGLC and the council serves to coordinate educational, social and recruitment programs for member organizations. In addition, the council establishes standards for membership and oversees their implementation.
Hazing is a violation of Cornell University policy and New York State law. This site is a resource for students, staff, faculty, alumni, parents and others interested in learning about hazing within student groups at Cornell University. Since hazing is a national problem that occurs in high schools, colleges, and other settings, this information may be useful to visitors as well.