Councils

At Rutgers-Camden, the 13 organizations that have chapters here are categorized into three different umbrella councils: the Rutgers Greek Council, Cultural Greek Council, and the College Panhellenic Association.
 
Rutgers Greek Council (RGC): The Rutgers Greek Council works to oversee and guide each chapter on campus to ensure they reach their goals. The council prides themselves on community service and building relationships between all organizations on campus, not just fraternities and sororities. Find them hosting and sponsoring events that benefit our campus community! 
 
 
Cultural Greek Council (CGC): The Cultural Greek Council serves as the governing body for culturally based Greek-lettered sororities and fraternities at Rutgers University. The CGC’s purpose is to inspire culture, trust, support, understanding, and friendship between its members, the Greek community and the university.
 
 
College Panhellenic Association (CPH): The College Panhellenic Association serves as the governing council to 13 national sororities, two of which are active on the Rutgers Camden campus. The council as a whole consists of over 1000 sorority women and is responsible for promoting positive relations between sororities, coordinating council-wide activities, formal recruitment, informal recruitment and much more.