Multicultural Greek & Fraternal Council (MGFC)
The Multicultural Greek & Fraternal Council is culturally-based fraternities and sororities who serve to coordinate programs between its own members, members of the council and the rest of the community with an emphasis on service and culture. MGFC is comprised of fraternities and sororities that identify as Historically Black, Latinx Based, African-Social Justice and Asian-Interest Organizations.
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
We, the Interfraternity Council, exist to promote the shared interests and values of our member fraternities: leadership, service, brotherhood, and scholarship.
Panhellenic Council (PHC)
Panhellenic's mission is to foster supportive environment, which values scholarship, philanthropy, leadership, and personal growth through a unified sisterhood. Our sororities are values based social organizations, providing members with a tight-knit community of peers, and personal growth opportunities through leadership development and service projects.
Information related to chapter performance can be found on the scorecard.
Chapter List with Chapter Coaches
Quick list of recognized Sorority & Fraternity chapters with Housing.
How to Join
Students can join our community at various times throughout their tenure at Cornell.
Chapter Live-In-Advisors/House Directors
Who are Live-In-Advisors: Live-In-Advisors are employed by each organization and serve their chapters in various capacities and have different roles. They interact with all members on a daily basis. Please see below the available positions and also fill out the Live-In-Advisor Candidate Information Survey.
Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, 118 McGraw Place
The Phi Gamma Delta Live-in Advisor fills two, related roles: He serves as the live-in advisor required by Cornell for all fraternities, and he serves as the resident fraternity mentor to the Chapter leadership and members. Please contact Robert Lurcott, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Delta Phi Fraternity, 100 Cornell Avenue
The live-in advisor will is employed by the Cornell Delta Phi Association. Their general role is to monitor, mentor, and advise the residents of 100 Cornell Avenue which may consist of a combination of members of the Delta Phi fraternity and non-members tenants.
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, 100 Ridgewood Rd
The Beta house at Cornell has been a respected leader in the fraternal community for the past decade. It has successfully instituted a number of progressive reforms, including a substance-free chapter house, that have led to exceptional levels of chapter success in all areas of campus life. The advisor for Beta has the unique opportunity to continue to help the undergraduates build on this legacy of leadership, adding their knowledge, energy and enthusiasm to enhance the Beta undergraduate experience. Contact Fernando Garcia for more information.
Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity, 702 University Ave
Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity (702 University Ave) is looking for a graduate student live-in advisor for the ’23-’24 academic year. The advisor would be asked to serve as the primary liaison between the undergraduate brothers and the alumni association president. Additionally they be asked to provide guidance to house officers and as necessary, work with the appropriate contacts in university administration including the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. The position comes with a stipend, good-sized private room and meal plan. If interested please send resume and cover letter to Matt Roberts at RobMat1975@gmail.com.
Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, 210 Thurston Avenue
As a Pearl Stone Partners House Director, you support the Alpha Chi Omega housed chapter member experience. You work to create an inclusive environment for all members that promotes positive community relations, member engagement, and resident safety. Additionally, you oversee the day-to-day operations of the physical premises of the chapter facility (property management). To join our team, you need to have some experience taking the lead on projects and working with people, specifically college aged women. While previous house director experience is great, we also have former flight attendants, consultants, and teachers on our Pearl Stone Partners team!