The Multicultural Greek Council represents three multicultural and historically Latino/a fraternities and sororities.
In addition to overseeing its member chapters, the MGC plans and promotes various activities in collaboration with the other councils. These programs include Greek Week and all-Greek philanthropy and service events. Representatives from the MGC also sit on the Fraternity and Sorority Programming Board that assist with programming for the entire fraternity and sorority community.
Sigma Lambda Gamma historically a national latin based multicultural sorority founded on April 9, 1990, at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa by five collegiate women who wanted an organization to empower Latina women. The sorority focuses on five principles: academics, community service, cultural awareness, social interaction, and morals and ethics. Having expanded to more than 100 universities in less than 20 years, membership in the organization is open to any woman who meets the membership requirements, regardless of religion, race, or nationality.
Alpha Psi Lambda is the nation’s First and Largest Co-Ed Latino Fraternity: Alpha Psi Lambda was established on February 11, 1985 at The Ohio State University and has grown to 31 chapters and 8 colonies in 16 states with over 3,000 members. They believe in the concept Familia to create a support network for their members while creating the real world experience of working with all genders.
Sigma Lambda Beta is the largest historically Latino based fraternity in the United States. Founded on April 4, 1986 at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa the primary purpose of Sigma Lambda Beta is to promote Latino culture as well as standards of excellence in morality, ethics, and education. The four key principles that serve as pillars to this purpose are Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service, and Cultural Awareness.