The University of Connecticut Greek Community is comprised of several social fraternities and sororities. The organizations included on this page are currently recognized by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and are authorized to conduct activities, recruit students for membership, and utilize university resources and services. Please visit review the Statement on Unrecognized Groups for a list of other groups that may continue to exist within the community but are not connected with the university and operate unsanctioned.
The University of Connecticut actively supports the growth enhancing opportunity for student self-governance. Primary authority for self-governance of fraternities and sororities rest with the four governing Greek councils:
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
IFC is the governing council for the men’s general fraternities. Many of the fraternity have or have held membership in the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
IGC is the governing council for the culturally-based fraternities and sororities. Though IGC member organizations have a focus on cultural awareness, none are culturally exclusive.
|Beta Chi Theta||Mandeep Heer|
|Delta Epsilon Psi||Hamza Tanveer|
|Delta Phi Lambda||Donna Chow|
|Delta Phi Omega (Forming)|
|Kappa Phi Lambda||Sarah McManus|
|Lambda Alpha Upsilon||Edwin Santiago|
|Lambda Phi Epsilon (Forming)|
|Lambda Theta Alpha||Katherine Eud|
|Lambda Theta Phi||George Morgan, Jr.|
|Lambda Upsilon Lambda||Brandon Ortiz|
|Omega Phi Beta (Forming)|
|Pi Delta Psi||Wesley Zhang|
|Sigma Lambda Upsilon (Reorganizing)|
|Theta Delta Sigma||Sean Palzere|
NPHC is a collaborative organization of nine historically African American, international Greek lettered fraternities and sororities, collectively referred to as the “Divine Nine.”
|Alpha Phi Alpha (Reorganizing)||Shawn Fletcher|
|Iota Phi Theta||Jawara Lashley|
|Phi Beta Sigma||Antan Mills|
|Zeta Phi Beta||Chrismine Brun|
Panhellenic Council (UCPC)
The Panhellenic Council is the governing council for the national engineering sorority, and the general sororities/women’s fraternities that hold membership in the National Panhellenic Conference.