Student Life

Greek Council

Greek Council is the collaborative governing body of the Greek Community. It is lead by the Presidents of Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council and other elected members of the Greek Community. IFC is the governing body for the local Greek brotherhoods and Panhell is the governing body for the local Greek sisterhoods. of the University of Redlands. The president and representative from each fraternity and sorority represents each group at the council meetings.


Purpose of Greek Council

The objective of Greek Council shall be to promote the best interests of sororities, fraternities, and of the University in establishing close cooperation between groups in matters of general interest and in matters of Greek activities. Additionally, Greek Council seeks to promote the five pillars of Greek Life amongst its members: academic achievement, community service, leadership, tradition (social excellence) and alumni relations.     

All Groups shall express and practice mutual respect for each other, Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council and the University community at all times. Greek Council shall be recognized as the governing body of the sororities and fraternities.


Greek Council Constitution

Co-Presidents Sebastian Brown and Shyenn So
Please find our updated Greek Council Constitution through URConnect.


Greek Council Historian: Anna Yabloch


Greek Council Leadership

Members of Greek organizations have many opportunities for leadership within their organizations, serving as officers, volunteering on committees and overseeing special projects. Greek students also have a variety of opportunities to provide leadership to all Redlands Greeks. Co-Presidents: Responsible for leading the Greek Council meetings.

Greek Historian: The archivist of Greek activities and events 

Academics: A committee dedicated to promoting academic achievement within the Greek community

Alumni Relations:A committee dedicated to building and developing an ongoing relationship with Greek Alumni

Community Service: A committee of Greeks who meet to discuss ideas for community service     

Public Relations: A committee dedicated to promoting the Greek community and starting community service projects 

Recruitment: A committee dedicated to promoting membership to the Greek community

GAMMA: A groups of representatives known as GAMMA (Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol) focuses on the social excellence of the Greek community


ASUR Greek Life Representatives

Member of the Greek community who serves on the ASUR Cabinet. These two individuals are responsible for Greek Week in the Fall and are great resources for any Greek Life questions!     
14-15 Representatives:
 Naz Pounds and Elizabeth Pospichal

Director of Greek Life     

Office in Student Leadership and Involvement Center
On the second floor of Hunsaker.

1200 E. Colton Ave.
Greek Life Office
Redlands, CA 92374

909-748-2029 (fax)


I have worked in Student Affairs for over eight years, at multiple institutions. I graduated as a fellow Bulldog many years ago. For eight years I’ve been a member of Sigma’s Alumni Association and served a year as the advisor to Zeta. When I was a student, I was elected Panhell President and VP; within my sorority I served as fundraising chair, community service chair, alumni representative, rush chair, chaplain, corresponding and recording secretary, vice president, and president for two semesters. I love Greek Life on this campus and I’m hopeful that together we can make the Greek community as a whole, stronger! If you have more questions about me….feel free to ask!

Greek Intern:

To help the Director of Greek Life keep the Greek community strong, please contact Elizabeth Pospichal with Greek Intern questions.


If you have questions or concerns about Greek Life, please call the Director of Greek Life at 909-748-8284.

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