The Greek Council
The mission of the Greek Council at Farmingdale State College is to enhance student development through involvement in Greek organizations united under the Four Pillars of Fraternity and Sorority Life; Friendship, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. We strive to foster positive relations with the administration, faculty, students, alumni(ae), national offices, other constituencies and between the various organizations on campus, Greek and Non-Greek, to promote a unified campus community. Students are encouraged to place equal emphasis on the philanthropic, educational, personal development, and social aspects of membership in a Greek organization.
The Greek Council is the governing body of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Farmingdale State College. Members of the council are voted into their position by their peers, and are advocates for fraternity and sorority life at FSC. The council plans community-wide events such as "Why Go Greek?", Greek Week, Food Drives and "The F-Factor." Additionally, the council ensures all organizations are adhering to FSC's Code of Conduct, and all fraternity and sorority life policies and procedures. The Greek Council essentially oversees all individual organizations, and the sub-governing councils. The current active sub-governing council is The Panhellenic Association.
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