Greek Governance and Community Development

Greek Council is the joint governing body of the social greek organizations. Inter-Fraternity Council is the governing body of the social fraternities and Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the social sororities.

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.

All Groups shall express and practice mutual respect for each other, Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council and the University community at all times.

Greek Leadership

Greek Council has elected positions that serve the Greek Community in various ways. The six elected Chairpersons are elected from every sorority and fraternity member to lead the community's focus for a semester. Below are the responsibilities of the Chairpersons and the committees they oversee. Each Chairperson has a committee representing one member from every organization.

The elements below represent the focus of the Greek Community at Redlands.

"Being a part of the Greek Community has helped me become the person I am today. If I had not become a member of Beta Lambda, I would not have realized the potential that I held within and where I can go. I have held many leadership positions due to this. I plan concerts for the school and the Greek organizations are always there supporting the events or helping out. As for my sorority sisters, they are my best friends. They are my lifelong friends, the bridesmaids for my wedding, the shoulders I can cry on, and the women I just meet up with for a good laugh."
- Stephanie Teare, '05 Beta Lambda

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.