The Rensselaer fraternity and sorority community are provided with guidance from the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Commons in addition support from the Alumni Fraternity & Sorority Council. This support is directed to our council leaders who are tasked with planning communitywide events, programs and who serve as representatives on a wide range of internal and external committees. Their commitment to the future of the fraternity/sorority community cannot be understated, and their work continues to ensure a positive experience for all members.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Sorority & Fraternity Council (MSFC), and Panhellenic Council, provide guidance, oversight, and direction to 32 active organizations. These organizations offer students with a wide range of benefits which include but is not limited to leadership development, self-governance, and the creativity to define their student experience while at Rensselaer.
An organization consisting of alumni from different chapters on campus. The AIFSC serves as a resource for undergraduates, and the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Commons as well as a forum in which alumni provide their voice/officer solutions to matters of concerns.
Order of Omega recognizes the amazing leaders in our fraternity and sorority community while providing opportunities for members to continue to make an impact. Members are selected based on leadership, character, academic achievement, and community involvement. The chapter meets monthly, with a goal to push its members to continue to strive in areas of scholarship, leadership, and service. The chapter serves to unite all three councils through professional development/networking, community outreach, and service.