The Multicultural Greek Council hosts various events that promote leadership and professionalism, academic excellence, community service and philanthropy, and Greek Unity.
Fraternities and sororities in the Multicultural Greek Council provide opportunities for networking and development, and to find a sense of belonging on campus.
Members of MGC chapters hold the values and mission of our organizations at the core of everything that we do.
Membership in our organizations is a lifelong commitment and many members stay involved in a graduate chapter or leadership after graduating from Texas A&M.
MGC also serves as a platform for students with minoritized identities to improve the campus climate.
Creates and maintains high standards in the life of fraternities and sororities by addressing, coordinating, and developing strategic action plans.
Promote unity within our council by encouraging collaboration between chapters and developing partnerships with other organizations on campus like APC, HPC, and CMSA.
Promotes higher education through incentives for academic achievement, providing academic support services, and providing a support system for students in MGC affiliated organizations.
Provide community service as individual chapters and council-wide initiatives such as our Adopt-a-Grandparent program with LULAC Oak Hill and MGC Treats program. MGC also participates in Aggie Greek service events during Thanksgiving and the holidays and our Annual Easter Egg Hunt.
MGC provides various leadership development retreats. Students develop professionally and refine their leadership skills through participation in the MGC Executive Board or as an officer within a chapter.
MGC provides a platform for chapters to advocate for their members. The Executive Board serves as a liaison between the members of MGC, the university student body, and university administration to improve the campus climate.