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Overview

There are currently 4 fraternity and sorority chapters within three different councils at the University of New Mexico. The councils are the Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultuiral Greek Council (MGC), and the College Panhellenic Council (CPH). If your student is interested in Fraternity and Sorority Life, please help them explore these three options.

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Scholarship

Click here for recent Grade Reports and scholastic rankings for our Greek Organizations.

Scholarship and academic success are two of the most important aspects of your student’s life at UNM. They are also incredibly important to our fraternity and sorority community. All chapters have minimum GPA requirements for students to maintain good standing in the chapter. Additionally, your student will gain access to academic resources that the average student may not have. All sorority and fraternity organizations have active scholarship improvement plans in place that incorporate mandated study hours, tutoring services, incentivization, and frequent grade checks to monitor progress. Chapters also have access to campus advisors and alumni/ae advisory boards who serve as support and oversight bodies for the membership in all areas of fraternity life. These additional resources are believed to contribute to the academic focus that fraternity and sorority organizations strive to uphold.

On average members of Greek organizations:

  • Boast higher GPA’s than their non-Greek counterparts
  • Are more likely to graduate in 4 years

Service

Each semester our fraternity and sorority members participate in a wide variety of community service projects that benefit many worthy causes including: the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the March of Dimes, the American Red Cross, the United Way, the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Make a Wish Foundation, and many others.

Leadership

Sororities and fraternities provide ample opportunities to gain leadership skills that students often cannot find elsewhere during their collegiate years. Collegiate fraternal organizations are self-governing, self-running communities – meaning committee members and chapter officers are responsible for the operation of the chapter.

Fraternity and Sorority Life also offers opportunities to attend regional and leadership conferences including the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Conference (AFLV), National Fraternity and Sorority Leadership Conventions and Conferences, and national leadership institutes such as the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI). Collegiate fraternal organizations also encourage members to hold leadership positions in organizations outside of the chapter.

Brotherhood/Sisterhood

The friendships that your son or daughter will experience in a fraternal organization are invaluable. Initiation into a fraternity or sorority is life-time membership that provides a family away from home and a constant support group.

Career Networking

Fraternities and sororities have active chapter alumni/ae and national alumni/ae associations that are directly involved with the chapters.

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