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Multicultural Greek Council (formally USFC)

The mission of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at Council at California State University, San Bernardino is to foster unity and create an environment where member organizations can collaborate, communicate, and support each other. Through respect, diversity, and equality we strive to achieve our organizations’ common goals of academic excellence, service to the community, and building strong leaders for tomorrow.

MGC Fraternities

CSUSB Fraternities Greek Letters Council Affiliation Organization Contact
Delta Sigma Chi Co-Ed Fraternity ΔΣΧ Multicultural Greek Council  (MGC)
Gamma Zeta Alpha* ΓΖΑ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)
Lambda Theta Phi* ΛΘΦ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)
Sigma Lambda Beta* ΣΛΒ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)


MGC Sororities 

CSUSB Sororities Greek Letters Council Affiliation Organization Contact
Lambda Theta Alpha* ΛΘΑ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)

Lambda Theta Nu* ΛΘΝ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)

Sigma Pi Alpha ΣΠΑ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)
Kappa Delta Chi ΚΔΧ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)
Sigma Lambda Gamma ΣΛΓ Multicultural Greek Council   (MGC)

*=These chapters are provisionally chartered through the Office of Student Engagement due to membership requirements. They are actively looking for members and will become fully chartered upon reaching the five required members.

MGC Recruitment Process

The recruitment process for MGC chapters happens throughout the year. Chapters usually conduct interest meetings that are relatively formal in nature. MGC hosts events and programs for all MGC organizations to collectively engage interested students and provide general information. To join a MGC organization, a student must be enrolled in at least twelve (12) units at CSUSB, and have a cumulative collage GPA of 2.5 or higher (individual chapters may have a higher GPA requirement to join). Some MGC organizations also require students to have at least 12 college units. Interest students are encouraged to ask each organization about their specific requirements.