The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at the University of Minnesota was established to address the interests of the growing number of multicultural and culturally specific greek-letter organizations. Each of these member organizations are founded upon celebrating cultural diversity and educating the community about their rich cultural heritage and are a powerful medium through which group members can express and share their cultural pride. The members cherish the belief that the college experience is more valuable when it includes self-expression through the richness of diversity.
Potential new members may participate in a new member education process with a group of events called Rush, which is a week of informal events where potential new members are able to connect with the current members of participating organizations. Through social, service, and academic activities, potential new members learn more about the organization, all leading up to the end of the Rush process where, if all requirements are met, an opportunity is extended to the potential new member. All organizations typically conduct both fall and spring rush events.
President: Kevin Dinh - email@example.com (Beta Chi Theta)
Vice President: Rosa Ruiz Mendez - firstname.lastname@example.org (Sigma Lambda Gamma)
Treasurer: Wangna Xiong - email@example.com (Alpha Phi Gamma)
Secretary: Amanda Vo - firstname.lastname@example.org (Sigma Psi Zeta)
Vice President of Public Relations: Sydney Crims - email@example.com (Delta Phi Omega)
Vice President of Programming: Maya Mohamed - firstname.lastname@example.org (Sigma Psi Zeta)
The purpose of this organization is to bring together women of all nationalities through the bonds of friendship and Sisterhood. Alpha Phi Gamma exists to provide service and Asian Awareness to the surrounding community.
Delta Phi Omega stands on the pillars of Honesty, Friendship, Loyalty, Sisterhood, and Respect. We aspire to instill leadership traits, empower women from all backgrounds, and work to create an accepting and diverse community.
Pi Delta Psi is an Asian American Cultural Fraternity founded on February 20, 1994. Since our founding, the primary mission of Pi Delta Psi has been to spread Asian American Cultural awareness in an effort to empower the entire Asian American community.
To nurture and further a dynamic, values-based environment which utilizes our historically Latino based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people.
Our Mission is to serve as a community of leaders, offering opportunities for women to exercise and develop professional and interpersonal skills in service of the national philanthropy and cultural awareness and education.