The West Virginia University Greek community is home to over 70 social, professional, academic, service, special-interest and honorary fraternal organizations, four governing councils and over 4,000 students. Our Fraternity and Sorority community aims to foster leadership, achieve academic success, give back to the community, create strong bonds of sisterhood and brotherhood, and promote a diverse and inclusive community. The Center for Fraternal Values and Leadership is responsible for providing support and guidance for each of the recognized fraternities and sororities at West Virginia University.
The 4 student-led governing councils include the Interfraternity Council (social fraternities), the National Pan-Hellenic Council (historically-black service fraternities and sororities), the Professional Greek Council (academic, service, honorary, and special interest fraternities and sororities) and the Panhellenic Association (social sororities).
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