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Are you interested in being a leader on campus? Are you looking to build connections on and off campus? Are you looking to get more involved in community service opportunities? If you answered yes to any of these questions, getting involved in a fraternity or sorority may be what you are looking for!

Our Greek organizations are comprised of groups of individuals with various interests. They are bonded together by common goals and aspirations.

The pillars of Greek Life are:

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It is our expectation that all of our organizations abide by these values. By focusing on these four ideals, one can expect both a positive collegiate and Greek experience.

Joining a fraternity or sorority is a lifetime commitment – a commitment that will benefit you now and in the future. The friendships and skills you build when you join a Greek organization are forged and built to last a lifetime. Our Greek community has so much to offer you. It’s comprised of chapters that are individually unique, but together, they are a complete and united community.

The Greek community at Seton Hall University is governed by the Greek Municipal Assembly (GMA), which has representation from each organization, and three councils, each with a group of organizations under its jurisdiction. The following chapters are recognized under Greek Municipal Assembly:

 

Each of the recognized chapters falls under one of the following governing councils. To learn more about each council, click on the link below:

Link to a gallery of our Greek Orgs: here

Requirements:

At Seton Hall, students interested in joining a sorority or fraternity must: be in good judicial standing with the university, have completed a minimum of 12 credits at SHU, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.

 

 

CPC

The object of the CPC is to develop and maintain fraternity list and Interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. All of the organizations that fall under this governing council are recognized member-organizations of the National Panhellenic Conference. These are known as the “social” sororities. Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Phi Alpha Sigma Tau Delta …

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IFC

The goal of this council is to develop maintain and promote Greek Life on the Seton Hall University campus. All of the organizations that fall under this governing council are participating member-organizations in the North-American Interfraternity Conference. These are known as the “social” fraternities. Alpha Sigma Phi Phi Kappa Theta Sigma Pi Zeta Beta Tau …

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MGC

The Multicultural Greek Council is committed to enhancing the multicultural presence on campus. The council seeks a more diverse co-existence between fraternal and sorority orders while maintaining good faith with the University. This council is comprised of organizations recognized under the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Incorporated (NPHC), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), as well as National …

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Spring 2014 Recruitment

If you have ever thought about joining a Fraternity or Sorority at Seton Hall University, now is the time. Follow these steps to find your perfect match at Seton Hall:  Do your research:   Meet the Greeks: Wednesday, Jan 22  - University Center – 8p.m. Spring Involvement Fair: Thursday, Jan 23 – University Center – …

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