Fall 16 MGC Weekend

The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) cordially invites you to join us for our fall weekend SHOWCASE. This is a great opportunity to meet our multicultural fraternities and sororities members whom are hosting events for potential new members for their organizations.

Showcase: This event consists of our members demonstrating their cultural differences and talents including dance routines, strolling, saluting, skits, etc. This event allows the organizations to display some of the things that set them apart from one another such as certain strolls (salutes/stepping) and their individual calls/chants.

This event is will take place in Rudder Plaza from 7-9 p.m. Be there to witness who really represents!  

MGC's Dia De Los Muertos

The Texas A&M University Multicultural Greek Council is hosting their 2nd rendition of Dia De Los Muertos on October 28th from 6-7 p.m. at Spence Park. Please come out for free Pan Dulce and hot chocolate while painting miniature skulls, making skull masks, and creating tissue paper marigolds! There will even be an alter to pay respects to prominent figures selected by MGC members. Join us in our celebration of Dia De Los Muertos, so you can prepare your decorative materials prior to the actual date of the holiday!  

MGC Weekend


The Texas A&M Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is hosting a weekend of events this semester with an “Empire” theme to demonstrate their sense of community, service, leadership, and strive to increase cultural awareness at Texas A&M University. Founded in 1999, the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is the coordinating body of fraternities and sororities with a cultural emphasis and interests. MGC provides support and programming for under-represented students at Texas A&M University while representing Fraternity & Sorority Life in the Bryan/College Station area. Witness as their Empire becomes synonymous with Aggie culture!


MGC Showcase

Friday, September 11, 2015

Rudder Plaza

7:00-9:00 p.m.    

MGC Showcase is a display of organizational presentations from each fraternity and sorority within the Multicultural Greek Council. Each organization will illustrate their organization’s culture through dances, steps, skits, strolls, and song. This year we will include a 9/11 tribute in honor of the lives lost in 2001.  


Philanthropy Awareness Day

Saturday, September 12, 2015


As a council, we promote multicultural awareness on campus and on this day each organization will share the benefits of serving their various national philanthropies. Follow our Instagram page @MGC_TAMU and read more about the member organizations in the attached MGC brochure to find out how you can join in our efforts. Are you up for the challenge?



Sunday, September 13, 2015

1105 Anderson Street College Station, TX

2:00-4:00 p.m.    

LULAC Oak Hill was established in 1978 to provide housing specifically for the elderly who are able to live independently. To provide for their residents needs other than housing, they work closely with the Multicultural Greek Council in order to enrich the lives of their residents. MGC will be serving food (BBQ) and entertaining their residents. Non-member volunteers are welcomed.   


Please follow Texas A&M Multicultural Greek Council on Facebook and @MGC_TAMU on Twitter and Instagram for any event updates and weather notifications. Thanks & Gig ‘Em! 



Welcome to the Multicultural Greek Council website! 

We're glad that you've taken the time to see what our council is all about.

Feel free to explore and contact us if you should have any questions.

MGC's Upcoming Events 

MGC will host their weekend this September 11-13th. 


The purpose of the Multicultural Greek Council at Texas A&M University shall be: to create and maintain high standards in the life of fraternities and sororities by addressing, coordinating and developing strategic action plans; to unify organizations, promote higher education, provide community services, enhance leadership; and serve as a liaison between the Multicultural Greek Council, the university student body and administration thereby improving the campus climate.


Syndicate content