Local Councils

Local NALFO Councils have been established at universities in an effort to assist institutions of higher learning across the nation in understanding how historically Latino fraternities and sororities operate, the standards governing these organizations, and to focus on essential areas and shared values of NALFO and its member organizations.

NALFO Councils will address issues of mutual concern with collaborative educational programs; service activities and recruitment events that assist the campus and local community grow, develop strong leaders and ensure the success of respective chapters.

Benefits of NALFO Councils

Establishing a NALFO Council on your College/University campus provides your chapters the opportunity to connect directly with the local representative of the national NALFO Council and promote the NALFO Mission, community and unity with campus and community activities and programming.

  • Focus programming on Latino-interest activities
  • Make a greater impact within the Latino community
  • Promote Latino Greek awareness and provide a voice to the administration
  • Enhance your organization’s impact within your council while providing greater leadership opportunities
  • Joint recruitment opportunities
  • Option for campuses where there is not currently an MGC, UGC, or similar council

Current NALFO Councils

  • Arizona State University (Phoenix, AZ)
  • Cal Poly Pomona (Pomona, CA)
  • University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (Edinburg and Brownsville, TX)
  • Pace University, Westchester Campus (Pleasantville, NY)
  • Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)
  • Stony Brook University (Stony Brook, NY)