Each of the organizations within the TCU fraternity and sorority community is housed within one of five governing councils. The councils are governed by elected student leaders and are responsible for providing programming and other opportunities for the community.
The purpose of the IGC is to serve as a resource for its member organizations and to promote and foster positive fraternal relations, communication, and development of all fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism, and education.
The TCU Interfraternity Council serves as the governing body for the national fraternities on our campus. The IFC is made up of the president and a delegate from each chapter, as well as the nine member executive board.
MGC’s purpose is to provide these organizations with a voice within the TCU and Fort Worth community and to also provide them a place to work collaboratively with one another.
The representatives of historically established community service fraternities and sororities, similar in structure and background with both graduate and undergraduate chapters, recognizing the need for coordination and cooperation in activities of intercollegiate Greek letter fraternities and sororities.
NPC shall be organized in recognition of the need to serve the community to the best of our ability. NPC is based on scholarship, sisterhood, leadership and service in all that we do.