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It’s time to end IFC/Panhellenic Greek Life at Vanderbilt University.

Help us end this oppressive system before it causes any more harm.

Who We Are

About Us

We are committed to ending the classism, racism, sexism, ableism, transphobia, and homophobia perpetuated by IFC and Panhellenic organizations on Vanderbilt’s campus.

We are dedicated to creating a safer, more equitable space for all Vanderbilt students, both current and future.

We stand firmly against any efforts made by national IFC and Panhellenic organizations to reform these inherently flawed institutions. The only way forward is abolition.

For more information on our goals, read our letter to the Vanderbilt University Administration.

Some Statistics

Abolition by the Numbers


Number of Vanderbilt students who have dropped their Panhellenic/IFC organization


Number of instagram followers for @abolishvandyifcandpanhellenic


Number of signatures on our petition to abolish these organizations


“As a member of the LGBT community who has struggled with coming out over the past few years, I have felt the worst when I tell my friends in Greek Life (or they find out somehow) that I am bisexual…

People in Greek Life still have to acknowledge that they majorly benefit from an oppressive system that many times, invades POC spaces…”

“They don’t seem to care. As if they don’t see that I am Black and these are my people. Being in Greek life at Vanderbilt just felt like I was a means to an end. So I dropped. And I’d do it again and again… “


History of Abolition

Listen to historians and scientists as they detail the sociological implications of Greek life.

Resources for Incoming Freshmen

Learn about resources within the Vanderbilt community which help build communities outside of IFC/PH organizations.

Abolition in the Media

Hear from students at other institutions working towards the same goal.

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