Experience the four pillars of Community, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.
The CalGreeks community is comprised of 3,600 life-long, undergraduate members in over 60+ local, national, and international fraternities and sororities. In addition to their chapters, members have the opportunity to participate and take leadership roles in CalGreeks affinity groups and governing councils. The Fraternity & Sorority Advising and Leadership team supports individuals and chapters in promoting the four CalGreeks pillars: Community, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. You can find CalGreeks Advising in the LEAD Center at 432 Eshleman Hall.
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1870: The first fraternity at UC Berkeley was founded.
1880: Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded as the first sorority at UC Berkeley and is the first national college sorority west of the Rockies and only the second national sorority West of the Mississippi
1916: The UC Berkeley Panhellenic Council was formed
1921: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, founded as the first Black sorority on campus
1922: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, founded as the first Black fraternity on campus
1923: Initial attempt at forming Interfraternity Council
1929: Pi Alpha Phi Asian fraternity formed
1985: National Pan-Hellenic Council founded
2007: Multi-Cultural Greek Council formed. For the first time all recognized single-gender fraternities and sororities are members of a governing council