Until 2008, the nine multicultural fraternities and sororities that were represented by the Center for Multicultural Student Services (CMSS) fell under the governing umbrella, Black Latino Greek Caucus (B.L.G.C.). The goals of the Black Latino Greek Caucus (B.L.G.C.) aimed at:
In February 2009, the Inter-Cultural Greek Council was formed at James Madison University. I.C.G.C. serves as the governing council for historically African American, Latino/a, Asian and Service Fraternities and Sororities. The purpose of this organization is to unify and enhance student development through celebrating diversity, participating in civic engagement, and upholding high scholastic standards for multicultural and service oriented Greek lettered organizations that are represented under the Center for Multicultural Student Services.
Chapters under the umbrella of I.C.G.C. are:
JMU’s National Pan-Hellenic Council represents seven of the nine historically African American fraternities and sororities:
JMU’s Independent Greek Council (I.G.C.) currently represents three multicultural and service sororities and fraternities:
Each of the chapters within the I.G.C. is represented under their respective national governing councils. However, there are currently not enough independent chapters to affiliate under a national umbrella council.