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Mission Statement

The Florida Gulf Coast University Greek Community believes in respect and equality for all of its members, providing Brotherhood and Sisterhood through service, scholarship, and leadership opportunities that contribute to and improve the college experience.

FGCU'sGreek Community fulfills this mission by:

  • Promoting the intellectual, social, recreational, moral, and career development of students
  • Providing opportunities for training in leadership to enhance personal and social skills
  • Promoting student involvement in co-curricular activities
  • Offering undergraduates an opportunity for personal development, organizational management, and self-governance
  • Fostering an appreciation for different lifestyles and cultural heritages
  • Promoting scholarship and participation in community service projects
  • Fostering and building strong alumni relationships

How to Join

Joining a fraternity or sorority can be one of the most wonderful decisions that you make during your college career. It is important that you are careful and thoughtful when deciding whether or not Fraternity & Sorority Life is right for you, as well as which organization best suits your personality and lifestyle. As a member of a Greek Organization, you are a life-long member, therefore it is important to make the right choice concerning which organization is best for you.

Panhellenic Recruitment

IFC Recruitment

NPHC Recruitment

MGC Recruitment


 

 

 Jasmine Horne

2015 Southeastern Panhellenic Conference Coordinator

Jasmine Horne

My name is Jasmine Horne and I currently serve as the President of the Florida Gulf Coast University’s Panhellenic Association. I am a native of Fort Myers and a junior pursuing my bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. I plan on going to graduate school and eventually furthering my career working with Greek life. This past month I was lucky enough to attend the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference (SEPC) in Atlanta, Georgia for the second time. This conference is hosted every year for undergraduate Panhellenic leaders from all over the South East region. I was so fascinated and inspired from the 2013 conference that I decided I was going to apply to be a SEPC Coordinator. I did all my planning, sent in all my applications on time, attended an interview, and well, I GOT IT! I am now one of the five Conference coordinators for 2015. This means that I, along with four other amazing women, will do all the logistics and operations to hold this conference for about 1,000 Panhellenic leaders next March. The coordinator position that I received is "Education Sessions" Coordinator. I will be responsible for coordinating all speakers that we bring to the conference along with the topics they present on, that are relatable to current issues Panhellenic women face today. I am so extremely thrilled and blessed to have received such an honor and cannot wait to see our final result when it all comes together next March!