Multicutural Greek Council





The Multicultural Greek Council is the umbrella organization for historically founded Multicultural, African American, Latino(a) and Asian Greek letter organizations at TAMU-CC. The council serves as the governing body of these organizations whose sole purpose is to promote community service, social activities, co-sponsor education and cultural forms, and promote awareness through involvement in the local community.

MGC activities include programming university events: Fall and Spring MGC Showcase, Juke Joint and the Divine 9 series, attending BIG Event, Islander Clean, Homecoming, philanthropies, and programming MGC events: MGC: Welcome to the Family, MGC socials, and MGC Awards Night. MGC Fraternities and Sororities provide a great opportunity for women and men to grow and develop.

How do I Join?

The Multicultural Greek Council conducts a Recruitment Week when students return to campus in the fall and in the spring semesters.  Recruitment Week is an open process, where women and men have the chance to meet the chapters that interest them over the course of the recruitment period. During this time, MGC will organize various programs to give interested students the opportunity to meet all chapters.  As well as, most chapters will host their own events, social activities, and informational meetings to give students the opportunity to get to know the individual organization.  At the conclusion of recruitment, MGC organizations will invite the interested students into their own individual processes.

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What is the benefit of joining?

The MGC experience focuses on leadership, academics, community service, and involvement in the university. Being involved in an MGC organization gives a student the opportunity to join a larger community oriented network with united goals and purposes that provides support. 



President: Tyler Hensley
VP of External Relations: Eric Every
VP of Public Relations: Seana Uribe 


Alpha Kappa Alpha

Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Nickname: AKA
Symbol: Ivy Leaf
Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green 
Founded: January 15, 1908 at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Values: A legacy of Sisterhood and Service
National Philanthropy: Global Leadership Through Timeless Service 
Motto: Service to all mankind
National Website:

Recruitment: Spring 

Lambda Theta Alpha 

Nickname: LTA or Lambda Ladies
Symbol: Shell, pearl, palm tree & moon
Colors: Burgandy and Grey
Founded: December of 1975 at Kean University in Union, New Jersey
Values: Provide a sisterhood based on unity, love, and respect.  Develop strong leaders, promote Latino unity, maintain high standard of learning and serve as a voice for Latino students.
National Philanthropy: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Motto: Latin By Tradition, Not By Definition.
Local Website:

Recuritment: Open Year Round 

Sigma Lambda Gamma

Sigma Lambda Gamma

Nickname: SLG or The Gammas
Symbol: Purple Panther
Colors: Shocking Pink and Majestic Purple 
Founded: April 9, 1990 at University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa
Values: Academics, Community Service, Cultural Awareness, Morals & Ethics, and Social Interaction
National Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness and the TRIO programs
Motto:Culture is Pride, Pride is Success
Local Website: N/A
National Website:

Recruitment: Fall and Spring 


Alpha Phi Alpha

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Nickname: APhiA or The Alphas 
Symbol: Great Sphinx of Giza and an Ape 
Colors: Black and Old Gold 
Founded: December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York
Values: Develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities
National Philanthropy: Big Brothers Big Sisters
Motto: First of All, Servants to All, We Shall Transcend All

Recruitment: Once a year


Omega Delta Phi

Omega Delta Phi

Nickname: ODPhi
Symbol: Knight
Colors: Scarlet and Silver
Founded: November 25, 1987 at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas 
Values: Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership
National Philanthropy: United Way 
Motto: Crescit Eundo
National Website:

Recruitment: Fall and Spring

Omega Delta Phi

Sigma Lambda Beta

The Betas
Symbol: White Stallion Mustang
Colors: Royal Purple and Pure White
Flower: Red Carnation
Founded: April 4th, 1986 at University of Iowa in Iowa City 
Values: Scholarship, Community Service, & Cultural Awareness
Philanthropies: Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Latino Vote USA, The Bro. Victor Correa CPR Awareness Day,
Hero Street U.S.A. 
Motto: Opportunity for Wisdom, Wisdom for Culture
National Website:

Recruitment: Fall and Spring


For more information contact members in the respective organizations or the MGC Advisor:
Lily Gonzalez
MGC Advisor