Texas Tech University


Fraternity & Sorority Life works with 52, and counting, registered student organizations at the university, advises four councils, and assists organizations in gaining membership. Over 5,000 students and nearly 15% of the undergraduate population are members of fraternal organizations. 

Each respective council is self-governed by student leaders and hosts programs and opportunities for the member organizations to thrive and reach their potential on campus. 

Unsure which council is right for you? Review each council's information provided below or contact the Fraternity and Sorority Life staff for additional assistance.


Interfraternity Council (IFC)

The Texas Tech Interfraternity Council consists of 23 men's organizations, governed by an Executive Council of different community representatives. The IFC community strives to promote high academic standards, strong philanthropic endeavors, and overall interfraternalism.

Total Chapters - 24
Total Members - 1,848
Average Chapter Size - 84
Chapters with Facilities - 14

Active Chapters within IFC


Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

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 15 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.

Total Chapters - 12
Total Members - 180
Average Chapter Size - 15

Active Chapters within MGC




National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is a collaborative organization of the nine historically African American, international Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. The nine organizations are sometimes collectively referred to as the Divine Nine. The NPHC here at Texas Tech University consists of five of the nine organizations.

The council promotes interaction through forums, meetings, cooperative programming, and initiatives throughout campus. The primary purpose of the member organizations remains camaraderie, academic excellence, and service to the communities they serve. Each promotes community awareness action through educational, economic, and cultural service activities.

Total Chapters - 5
Total Members -49
Average Chapter Size - 5

Active Chapters within NPHC 


Panhellenic Council (CPH)

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is the national coordinating body of 26 member sororities. Locally, the Texas Tech Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the 12 NPC sororities on campus, composed of 11 executive council officers and delegates from each chapter. The Panhellenic Council coordinates recruitment, provides programming and activities for sorority women, and works as a self-governing support system to the sororities on the Texas Tech campus. The Council promotes the four founding values of the FSL Community at Texas Tech and strives to uphold success and excellence in its members. 

Total Chapters - 12
Total Members - 2,419
Average Chapter Size - 202
Chapters/Colonies with Facilities - 12

Active Chapters within CPH