The Multicultural Greek Council at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is comprised of three organizations: Sigma Lambda Gamma, Gamma Rho Lambda, and Delta Lambda Phi. The mission of this council is “to develop an environment of tolerance, unity, and support by creating, promoting and maintaining spaces for nonlinear populations. This council will actively educate the campus community on Multiculturalism, diversity, inclusion, and equity while improving the visibility of marginalized demographics.” Our council promotes such values through philanthropy, forums, and supporting all other multicultural organizations on campus.
The purpose of the Multicultural Greek Council is:
To provide a safe space that will function as meetings where information and concerns shall be expressed.
To serve as a legislative body through preserving the values set forth by the University and this council
To serve as a network that will foster connections between all peoples in the University.
Learn about the Academic status, community service, disciplinaty status and group excellence of each of our Fraternities and Sororities here!
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority - April 9, 1990 - University of Iowa, Iowa City
Gamma Rho Lambda National Sorority - November 20, 2003 - Arizona State University
Delta Lambda Phi National Fraternity - October 15, 1986 - Georgetown University
Multicultural Greek Council Leadership:
Morri Sampey (She, Her, Hers)
Tyler Alexander (He, Him, His)
Vice President of Programming
Jeffrey Sykes (He, Him, His)
Vice President of Finance
Jewel Campbell (She, Her, Hers)
Vice President of Administration
Brad Parfait (He, Him His)
Vice President of Communications