The Interfraternity Council aims to promote leadership, brotherhood, scholarship, service, self-governance, and educational programming. It is the representative voice for the IFC fraternities on campus. It also passes and maintains all legislation in terms of the self-governing policies. The IFC chapters on campus represent men from all areas of student life and leaders in countless campus organizations. The contributions of the IFC have helped make Cornell's fraternity and sorority community one of the most successful fraternity and sorority systems in the nation. This council is composed of all 36 IFC fraternity chapters and is overseen by the IFC Executive Board.
The Multicultural Greek & Fraternity Council is composed of 13 culturally-based organizations whose membership includes historically Black, Latino/a Based, and Asian-interest fraternities and sororities. The council serves to coordinate programs between its member organizations, members, and the rest of the community, while emphasizing service and culture. The MGFC seeks to support the activities of its diverse membership and create an inclusive environment. This council is composed of all multicultural Greek and fraternity organizations and is overseen by the MGFC Executive Board.
The Panhellenic Council at Cornell University is comprised of 13 National Panhellenic chapters. The mission of the Panhellenic Association is to foster a supportive environment, which values scholarship, philanthropy, leadership, and personal growth through a unified sisterhood. This council is composed of all National Panhellenic Conference sorority chapters and is overseen by the Panhellenic Executive Board.