Joining a fraternity or sorority at VCU is a great way to expand your college experience. From finding a social niche to helping you reach your academic goals to volunteering in our community, membership in a fraternity or sorority can be deeply rewarding and meaningful. 

Students are part of dynamic and vibrant fraternities and sororities at VCU.

At VCU, we foster a community with a diverse mix of fraternities and sororities with the hopes that every student can find a chapter they want to join.

The FSL community at VCU consists of chapters belonging to four governing councils:

The College Panhellenic Council, @cpc_vcu
Interfraternity Council, @ifc_vcu
The Multicultural Greek Council, @vcu_mgc
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, @nphc_vcu

These four governing councils provide a governance structure for the chapters. Professional staff in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life support the FSL community.

Images on this page include four photos of students at the FSL informational fair.  There are also profile photos of our three staff members.

Video outtakes from the 2020 Greek Informational Fair at The Commons:


In order to be recognized on campus, each chapter must comply with applicable university policies, including, but not limited to, the Fraternity and Sorority Life Handbook and polices governing student organizations at VCU. Additionally, each governing council implements policies and procedures for chapters recognized by those councils. Please see Polices and Documents.


The Staff Team in the

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, The Commons

VCU Greeks
Lyssa Rivera
Cierra Wilson
Joseph Wheeless
Brooke Heiche