Nichols, Hulse and Cisero: Go Greek and find your home at GW

Renee Nichols, Bill Hulse and Meshach Cisero, the presidents of the Panhellenic Association, the Inter-Fraternity Council and the Multicultural Greek Council, encourage GW students to consider joining the Greek-letter life community.

At this point you may have seen Greek letters on campus. But what do these letters mean? For us, these Greek letters stand for our values and commitment to each other. Our fraternities and sororities are committed to helping their members grow into better men and women during their time at GW. Every person and every chapter is unique, but we are held together by our common values.

GW Greek-letter life is composed of the Inter-Fraternity Council, Panhellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council. Together, we represent nearly 25 percent of the undergraduate population. We are a group of socially exceptional individuals contributing to nearly every aspect of campus life.

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