Multicultural Greek Council

The KU Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) 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.

Resources

NameTitleEmail
Damieon BoswellPresidentkumgcpresident@gmail.com
Imaya FigueroaVice President Administrationkumgccomm@gmail.com
Nelson ConsuegraVice President Financekumgcfinance@gmail.com
Vivian XayaphetVice President Outreachkumgcoutreach@gmail.com
VACANTVice President Recruitmentmgcrecruitmentku@gmail.com
VACANT Vice President Fundraisingkumgcfundraising@gmail.com
Vilan VuVice President Public Relationskumgcpr@gmail.com

alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. - αΚΔΦ

  • alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Inc. Local Website
  • alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc. National Website
  • KU Chapter President Contact: ku.akdphi.president@gmail.com
  • alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Inc., was founded February 7, 1990, at University of California Berkeley by 14 women dedicated to establishing a strong and lasting organization, which would provide Asian-American women the opportunity to participate in the Greek system. The founding sisters brought together a diverse group of women who shared with them the goals of sisterhood, scholarship, and leadership which have created the foundation for the organizations purpose.

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. - ΚΔΧ

Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc. - ΛΦΕ

  • Lambda Phi Epsilon, Inc. Local Website
  • Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc. National Website
  • KU Chapter President Contact: kansaspresident@kansaslambdas.org
  • Lambda Phi Epsilon was founded on February 25, 1981, at UCLA. The goal of the founders was to transcend the limitations faced by traditional Asian-interest organizations on campus. While these organizations were often split along lines of national origins, the founders sought an establishment that drew its membership equally from the different segments of the Asian American community. Their vision was that the members would eventually become the leaders of their respective ethnic communities, and thus, bridge the gaps fragmenting the Asian American community through their affiliation with a common organization.

Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. - ΦΙΑ

Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, Inc. - ΣΨΖ

New members come into KUMGC through a process called "Membership Intake." A student interested in engaging with members is encouraged to attend “MGC week”. MGC week consists of events centered on service, social, and educational programming. It is also an opportunity for students to meet all the chapters and get more information and ask direct questions to those members.

Each organization conducts Intake at different times. When a chapter begins its membership intake program, it will publicize the initial events in what is called recruitment week(s). Interested students should attend these events in order to get the specific details on the requirements to join and meet the members. Each organization in MGC has its own membership requirements that are in addition to KU institutional requirements. 

The recruitment and intake processes and timelines for each chapter vary, so it is important to find out what each individual organization’s membership requirements are, in addition, the institutional eligibility requirements.


Contact KU Multicultural Greek Council

For questions, contact KU Multicultural Greek Council at kumgcpresident@gmail.com

For more information, visit our website at kumgc.com