Honoring Native Lands
Fraternity & Sorority Leadership Development acknowledges we are on the traditional land of the Tongva People. For thousands of years, the Tongva people lived on this land we occupy today, and were considered the most powerful indigenous peoples to inhabit the Los Angeles basin. Along with the Tongva, we also recognize the Chumash, Tataviam, Serrano, Cahuilla, Juaneno, and Luiseno People, for the land that USC also occupies around Southern California. We pay respects to their elders past and present. Please take a moment to consider the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration, and settlement that bring us here today. Please join us in uncovering such truths at any and all events.
USC Asian Greek Council
Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority Stand in Solidarity with the Black Community
USC Interfraternity Council
USC IFC Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan
USC Multicultural Greek Council
MGC stands in solidarity with our Black brothers and sisters who are fighting injustice in this country. We commit ourselves to hold each other accountable, educate our communities, and not remain silent.Read more from the MGC Statement
USC National Pan-Hellenic
The University of Southern California National Pan-Hellenic Council has always been dedicated to equity and social justice. The current initiatives of the USC NPHC pertaining to equity include a 5 year strategic plan focused on uplifting and centering the Black student experience, programming surrounding identity and wellness, and more.
The University of Southern California Panhellenic Community Plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is a collaborative document built from chapter DEI initiatives, ideas generated by chapter leaders, and feedback received from the USC community and Panhellenic members. It serves to ensure that the 9 National Panhellenic Conference Chapters and the Panhellenic Executive Council take unified and direct action in beginning their DEI efforts throughout Summer 2020 and the Fall 2020-Spring 2021 academic year to create long-lasting change. Its goal is to push the dismantling of systemic policies, both at the chapter and national levels. This plan is a baseline working document. As chapter leadership and the Panhellenic Council continue to receive feedback and engage in discussions, it will be amended and developed further. The Panhellenic Council DEI Task Force, consisting of the Panhellenic DEI VP and chapter DEI chairs will lead future amendments and revisions to this plan. For more information, please visit the USC Panhellenic website.