Types of Fraternities & Sororities Hosted at F&M 

National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) ~ College Panhellenic Council (CPH) CPH Website

-Chi Omega - Chapter Website  - Phi Lambda Chapter (est. 1987)

-Alpha Phi - Chapter Social Media  - Zeta Sigma Chapter (est. 1982); (re-established  April 6, 1987)

-Kappa Delta - Chapter Website - Eta Lambda Chapter (est. May 3rd, 2008)

-Alpha Delta Pi - Chapter Website - Theta Lambda Chapter (est. 2011)

​​-Alpha Xi Delta - Chapter Website - Iota Psi Chapter (est. December 7,  2014)

The Panhellenic Council is the governing body for FIVE  National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) women’s sororities at Franklin & Marshall College. All Chapters of Inter/National Women's Fraternities/Sororities adhere to Unanimous Agreements

F&M's Recognized Women's NPC Sororities | Fraternities

College Panhellenic Creed

We, as Undergraduate Members of women's fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.

F&M CPH Infraction Process & Procedures

F&M College Panhellenic Council Forms

FM CPH Recruitment Counselor Program

  • FM Panhellenic Council

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC

- Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. (Lambda Gamma) Founded on February 23, 1974 (Founded F&M September 2017) (Millersville University & Franklin Marshall College Joint Chapter) 

North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) ~ Interfraternity Council (IFC) 

The F&M Interfraternity Council is the governing body for SEVEN men’s fraternities at Franklin & Marshall College.

F&M's Recognized Men's Fraternities

-Chi Phi  - Zeta Chapter (est. December 1st, 1854)

-Kappa Sigma  - Delta Rho Chapter (est. June 1, 1928)

-Phi Kappa Psi  - Penn Eta Chapter (est. April 2, 1860)

-Phi Kappa Sigma  - Zeta Chapter (est. October 13, 1854)

-Phi Kappa Tau  - Xi Chapter (Est.  November 24th, 1921)

-Zeta Beta Tau - Alpha Tau Chapter (est. 1931 - 1988) (est. January 2016)

Advocacy & Representation

In its role as advocate and promoter of the fraternal experience
• Promote the fraternal experience using media, advertising, forums and outreach
• Advocate for university policies that allow for fraternities to succeed
• Create frameworks for a cooperative fraternity community
• Market the positive deeds of member fraternities
• Represent the fraternity community in the larger College community
• Advocate for the proper representation of fraternities as values-based organizations

Cooperation & Collaboration

As a collection of fraternal organizations, the IFC exists to:
• Foster collaboration between member organizations
• Demonstrate the shared values of the fraternity community
• Work with other councils or student groups to grow fraternity and community on campus
• Advertise the value of the fraternity community as whole to prospective members
• Plan council-wide events involving all member fraternities
• Address issues in the community in a collective fashion

Governance & Accountability

As the governing body for campus fraternities, the IFC aims to:
• Establish standards and codes of conduct for member fraternities
• Hold member fraternities accountable through fair judicial processes
• Offer productive, educational sanctions to members who fail to live up to the community's standards
• Hold regular meetings of the executive council and general council
• Elect officers each year who will help advance fraternity
• Maintain, update and publish effective policies for governance

Education & Development

The IFC will demonstrate its commitment to leadership and member development in programs to:
• Educate new members about the standards and values of the local fraternity community
• Bring officers from member fraternities together to discuss specific topic areas (risk management; scholarship; recruitment; etc.)
• Enrich the community by bringing speakers, discussions and presentations to campus
• Provide base-level education for fraternity officers across campus

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