There are several ways for alumni to stay involved with sorority and fraternity life at Cornell.

  • Provide information about events
  • Give to make a difference in the lives of students, faculty and communities
  • Be a chapter advisor
  • Connect with Alumni Advisory Councils who provide valued services to members and a place to get involved.

For alumni interested in leadership opportunities, four alumni advisory councils assist the undergraduate executive councils and provide programming and resources to all fraternities and sororities.

Alumni advisory councils

  • The Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Council (FSAC) reports to the Vice President for Student and Campus Life (SCL), the Dean of Students, and the Senior Associate Dean of Students for Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living on broad matters of policy and planning for recognized fraternities and sororities at Cornell University.

  • The Alumni Interfraternity Council supports the mission of individual chapters and the Cornell fraternity system through the development and promotion of chapter-level alumni leadership. The AIFC promotes the intellectual and cultural interests of the University through cooperation by the Association with individual fraternity alumni associations, with undergraduate fraternity organizations, and with the administration of the university.

  • The Alumnae Panhellenic Advisory Council (APAC) is a volunteer group of alumnae each specializing in a specific area of interest for the benefit and consultation of sorority alumnae advisors on the Cornell University campus. Objectives are to keep sorority alumnae advisors at Cornell University aware of current trends, to promote and be an advocate for the sorority system at Cornell University, to improve the sorority image on the Cornell University campus, and to stimulate a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs and development on the Cornell University campus.

  • The Alumni Multicultural Greek Letter Council (AMGLC) promotes the programs of MGLC member organizations, provides support and guidance in maintaining common core values of the respective organizations; everlasting bonds, academic excellence, cultural awareness, and service to our communities.

The sun sets over west campus. Shot from Libe Slope. This image was used in the 2009 Cornell Calendar.

Stay involved in Greek life

Alumni Advisory Councils assist undergraduate executive councils and provide programming and resources to all fraternities and sororities. Members are dedicated to exploring Greek-related issues on campus and in the Ithaca community that impact relationships, conduct, and the health and safety of our fraternity and sorority system.