National Pan-Hellenic Council
The Vanderbilt NPHC is the governing council for the 8 historically African American fraternities and sororities represented at Vanderbilt University. It is the mission of the National Pan-Hellenic Council to promote cooperation and harmony between member organizations and between members and other campus organizations in developing the best possible image for the Greek community through:
- A unifying body that promotes community service, campus involvement and success for each active organization.
- Mediating disputes between member organizations and those between member organizations and other campus organizations.
- Promoting positive inter-Greek relations among the Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council and the campus community
NPHC organizations represented at Vanderbilt include:
Undergraduate students who wish to affiliate with NPHC chapters must meet specific membership qualifications. These standards include academic achievement (2.5 gpa or higher depending upon the organization), community service, and good character. Students who are on disciplinary probation may not participate in an intake process. Such requirements are designed to promote the building of strong and effective chapters. Each affiliate organization shall implement its own membership intake process.
For more detailed information about NPHC Membership Intake process, please click here.
Officers of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.