Texas Tech University

Multicultural Greek Council

MGC members with hand signs


The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at Texas Tech University is the governing body for all of the officially recognized multicultural fraternities and sororities on campus. Texas Tech University is excited to support these organizations and offer membership information for those interested in Fraternity/Sorority Life.

MGC is comprised of 12 organizations that each hold values true to their founding. These organizations are nationally recognized and exist at Texas Tech University to better serve the community. Our organizations contain men and women from the multicultural community and encourage all ethnic backgrounds. Activities of an MGC organization may include community service projects, academic initiatives, Greek unity initiatives, and cultural awareness events. 

MGC Organizations


 MGC Executive Board

MGC Exec

Position Name Email
President Carolyn Stepherson president.ttumgc@gmail.com
Executive Vice President Tracy Dang vp.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Finance  Ashwin Varghese treasurer.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Administration  Jackie Lacey secretary.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Fundraising  Dawit Mulat-Davis fundraisingchair.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Philanthropy and Service Dana Pham servicechair.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Programing Celine Yap socialchair.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Academic Success  Antonio Ramierez academicchair.ttumgc@gmail.com
Vice President of Public Relations Bella Romero historian.ttumgc@gmail.com

MGC Featured Programs

MGC Showcase

The MGC Showcase is an event open to the entire Texas Tech community. This serves as an opportunity for individuals to learn the historic upbringing of these organizations and see the many different ways our organizations show their pride. 

How to Join:

The Texas Tech University's Multicultural Greek Council brings in new members to the community via recruitment commonly referred to as Membership Intake. 

During each semester, chapters in the Multicultural Greek Council host programs, community service opportunities, and tabling events, during which students will have the opportunity to interact with different fraternities and sororities in the council. It is encouraged that interested students utilize those opportunities to engage with the current chapter members to discuss the specific processes for any organization they are interested in potentially joining.

All MGC organizations have national membership guidelines that they must follow. These guidelines include a minimum GPA requirement specific to each chapter and proof of enrollment as an undergraduate student at Texas Tech.

Want more information? Fill out the MGC Interest Form HERE


Questions about the council?

For any questions about the Multicultural Greek council please send an email to ttumgc@gmail.com