The Interfraternity Congress is the student run governing body of all of the fraternities at CWRU. It consists of the Executive Board, which consists of eight elected members, the president, and an IFC representative from each of the chapters on campus.
The Panhellenic Council is the unifying, governing and coordinating body of the sorority system. Panhellenic serves as the communication link between the sororities and the University administration. As the largest women's group on campus, the Panhellenic serves as a forum for Greek, campus, and residence life affairs.
The summit is a time to bring together student leaders of communities across northeast Ohio and surrounding areas. These leaders will explore social justice issues, decision making, and accountability and create an action plan will return to campus ready to continue to build and improve on a campus culture of care.
The Greek Community Educational Consultant (GCEC) position is designed to deliver educational assistance to fraternities and sororities. Supervised by the Greek Life office and working closely with IFC/Panhel, GCECs conduct group programs, respond to individual academic needs and concerns, and reach out to the faculty and staff to provide information and services to Case students.
Order of Omega is an honor society recognizing members of fraternities and sororities who are academically ranked above the undergraduate GPA. Membership selection is also based on service to one's chapter, the Greek system, campus life, the University and the community.
Find leadership resources and links to additional development opportunities here.
View a list of Greek leadership awards.