Sorority & Fraternity Life

College is a time to explore who you are, what matters to you, and what value you want to bring to the world! And joining a sorority or fraternity is about finding your people who will cheer you on and challenge you along the way. Your future sisters and brothers will be there to support you as you learn all that you’re capable of, and through the sorority and fraternity experience, you’ll tap into your potential by exploring leadership, giving back to the community, and serving others.


Sorority and Fraternity Life’s mission is to enhance student development through involvement in Greek organizations while complementing the mission of the University. We welcome new members, develop leaders and provide support to our three council communities. As values-based organizations we foster a culturally conscious, safe, responsible community, contributing to a positive siblinghood.

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is the governing council for all cultural and multicultural fraternities and sororities recognized by the Greek system at TWU. Texas Woman's University currently recognizes three multicultural sororities and one Latino fraternity.

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) was founded in 1930 to provide a venue of cooperation and communication concerning issues of mutual interest for Historically Black Greek-Letter fraternities and sororities. The TWU NPHC serves as the official coordinating agent of the campus NPHC organizations in the furtherance of their national programs and to promote unity on the campus. Texas Woman’s University currently recognizes three women’s sororities.

Panhellenic Council (PC)

The National Panhellenic Council (PC) was established in 1902 to advance the sorority experience amongst 26 fraternities and sororities. The TWU PC serves the community by coordinating professional development programs, philanthropies, and community service efforts. Texas Woman’s University currently recognizes three women’s sororities.

About TWU Greek Students

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