Fraternity and Sorority Life




Greek Council

Greek Council is comprised of the Executive Council members from the Interfraternity Council and Collegiate Panhellenic Council. Greek Council meets weekly to discuss issues in the Fraternity and Sorority community. Greek Council also sponsors many events that involve the entire Fraternity and Sorority community including Greek Sing, Greek Week, Student Life and Leadership Awards, the All-Fraternity and Sorority service project, Pillar Days and much more! 

Interfraternity Council

 President: Nathan Cole |

The Interfraternity Council, as referred to as IFC, is the governing body of the national fraternities on campus.  Each of the officers is elected by the fraternities to lead the fraternity community.

The council is responsible for hosting fraternity recruitment. They also sponsor many different activities on campus, including social events and service projects, as well as supporting the other councils in all of their activities.

Collegiate Panhellenic Council

President: Ashly Dickman |

The Collegiate Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the sororities on campus.  All of the officers are elected by the sororities to help lead the sorority community.  The council is primarily responsible for hosting sorority recruitment at the beginning of each Fall semester.  The Collegiate Panhellenic Council hosts International Badge Day celebrations, service projects, and social events throughout the year.

GAMMA (Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol)

 Directors: Kathryn Auldridge,, and Ryan Gajdos,  

Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA) is the peer education group of the fraternity and sorority community.  The purpose of GAMMA is to educate fraternity and sorority chapters and individual members on how to live and lead healthy lifestyles through informative programming, risk management standards, and other means.  GAMMA is responsible for planning events such as non-alcoholic socials, workshops on responsible behavior, and special events that address critical issues on the BW campus.  Members must be affiliated with one of the Fraternal organizations on BW's campus.

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