Diversified Greek Council

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The Diversified Greek Council is the governing body for culturally-based sororities and fraternities at Eastern Washington University. The DGC community is comprised of 4 sororities and 2 fraternities, united through their purpose to create strong individuals and communities. DGC member organizations are highly dedicated to serving the community and engaging in philanthropic work.



DGC Recruitment


DGC Fraternities and Sororities hold informational sessions throughout the year and engage in a membership intake process unique to each individual organization. Membership intake occurs throughout the academic year and assists students in learning more about a specific organization and the joining process. Many sororities and fraternities will advertise informational sessions on campus. Be on the lookout!

Before attending an informational session, it is recommended that you research the organization that is hosting the informational session.

Interested in joining a DGC sorority or fraternity?

A letter from our Recruitment Chair


Jorge Morales Jr

Hi Everyone!
I am your current President of the Diversified Greek Council and a brother of Omega Delta Phi Incorporated. I rushed Winter '23 and would take the role of President in the Fall of 2023. I initially did not know what to expect but would come to meet a group of like-minded individuals together in order to promote DGC to the Cheney community. The Diversified Greek Council, commonly known as DGC, is based on academics, community, philanthropy, and leadership. We work with one another to build our organizations through our community service, excellence in academics, and our pursuit of a greater purpose beyond our minimal expectations. At its core, we are a family of brothers and sisters living our best lives here at Eastern Washington University. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to know more about our multicultural community!
Jorge Morales Jr

Did you know?

Nationally, the Greek community raises over $7 million each year.

The Greek community is the largest network of volunteers in the US, with members donating over 10 million hours of volunteer service each year.

Sorority and fraternity members are more likely to earn their degree.