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KU Sorority and Fraternity Life (KUSFL)

Sorority and fraternity life is a vital part of the history and tradition of the University of Kansas

About KUSFL

Governing Councils

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KU Interfraternity Council (KUIFC)

KU Interfraternity Council (KUIFC) is the representative government for all current interfraternity chapters at The University of Kansas. Their purpose is to represent the various sentiments and concerns of the fraternity community to the University, its administration, and the general KU/Lawrence community while striving to promote a positive sorority & fraternity life image.
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KU Multicultural Greek Council (KUMGC)

KU Multicultural Greek Council (KUMGC) is the governing body for five culturally based fraternities and sororities on campus. MGC provides a safe space for underrepresented students, and intentional programming to its member organizations. These organizations all strive to benefit the KU community through philanthropy and community service, while celebrating the diverse identities of their members.
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KU National Pan-Hellenic Council (KUNPHC)

KU National Pan-Hellenic Council, Incorporated (KUNPHC) is composed of five of the nine historically Black International Greek letter Sororities and Fraternities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Six smiling sorority members pose together in caps and gowns on graduation day

KU Panhellenic Association (KUPHA)

KU Panhellenic Association (KUPHA) was founded at KU in spring of 1905 with the purpose of increasing the influence of sororities in college life, improving the relationships between the members of different chapters, and ensuring dignified methods of recruiting, pledging, and initiation. Today, our campus has 11 recognized chapters that strive for excellence in the four founding pillars of leadership, scholarship, friendship, and service.
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KUSFL Core Values

Through a shared commitment to academic achievement, civic and community engagement, diversity and inclusivity, personal and professional development, and holistic wellness, the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (KUSFL) supports the governing Councils, member organizations and their members in pursuit of these five core values.

Our Core Values
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KUSFL Commitments  

The KUSFL Office uses four commitments (Support, Lead, Engage, and Inform) as a guiding tool to challenge and support the governing councils, member organizations and their members in pursuit of upholding the five Core Values.

Our Commitments