- The Interfraternity Council's purpose is to govern the fraternities on campus as a group for the good of the Greek system. Projects and activities are promoted by IFC in order to benefit the entire Greek system.
- Each of the six fraternities has two representatives on the council, the active chapter president and an elected IFC representative. The executive board has seven members.
- IFC meets on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in the Deans' Heritage Room, McIntosh Center.
|Ryan Kelley||VP Administrative Operations and PR|
|Preston Johanns||VP Recruitment|
|Jarrod Fair||VP Campus and Interfraternal Relations|
|Sean Dagg||VP Risk Management|
|Vacant||VP Financial Operations|
|Andrew Ickes||VP Membership Development|
- The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the four national sororities on the ONU campus. Its purpose is to correlate the interests of all sorority women; including the making of policies that are necessary for the uniform practice and benefit of all sororities.
- The Panhellenic Council is made up of one representative from each of the four sororities, plus an executive board. The executive board has ten members, with representation from all four sororities.
- PHC meets Mondays at 5 p.m. in the Deans' Heritage Room, McIntosh Center.
|Alexis Mod||VP of Administration|
|Callie Caswell||VP of Recruitment|
|Maddison Jullerat||VP of Rho Gammas|
|Sabrina Sumner||VP of Development|
|Brittany Tomson||VP of Community Service and Philanthropy|
|Alexis Miller||VP of Finance|
|Hannah Stemen||VP of Scholarship|
|Kelsey Dorfmeister||VP of Risk Management|
|Karlyn Kirchens||VP of Public Relations|