All six chapters within the College Panhellenic Council stand for scholarship, enhancing the health and well-being of members, upholding high standards, and serving the college community to the best of their ability. They stand for service through the development of character and are inspired by the close contact and deep friendships built through the sorority experience. College Panhellenic at IUPUI supports Circle of Sisterhood, a non-profit organization created to raise financial resources through sorority support to remove educational barriers for girls and women facing poverty and oppression around the world. In addition, to hosting the Primary and COB Recruitment process, College Panhellenic also supports programming for the entire Panhellenic community including: New Member Academy, academic study sessions, and programs to bring the community together.
My favorite chapter memory is first joining ZTA and how much love I instantly felt from all of the women!-Ashley Elkin (ZTA)
List of Orgs
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega inspires their members to connect, grow, lead and serve. While doing this from the time of initiation, the women of Alpha Chi are committed to the values of wisdom, devotion and achievement. Kappa Omega educates and brings awareness to their Philanthropy of Domestic Violence Awareness. Mainly to the safe haven Coburn Place located miles away from our campus. We also dedicate a whole week of February to educate the campus on healthy relationships. Throughout the collegiate experience we are out to seek the heights with our sisters.
Alpha Sigma Alpha
The purpose of Alpha Sigma Alpha is to foster close friendships between members and to develop women of poise and purpose. Alpha Sigma Alpha philanthropic partners are Girls On The Run International and Special Olympics.
Miami University first admitted women in the fall of 1902. Before the year was over, six young women started what has become a truly amazing story of perseverance and achievement. Delta Zeta women are empowered to lead and serve. It starts with our governance and is a skill transferable to our personal and professional lives. Delta Zeta's mission is for women to have a lifelong values-based membership whose shared values serve our community and one another.
Children Miracle Network HospitalsRiley Hospital for Children One of Phi Mu's major philanthropy events is Teeter Totter-a-Thon or TTAT. We teeter totter in Taylor Courtyard for 36 hours to fundraising for the kids of Riley Children’s Hospital!
Sigma Kappa’s mission is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact our community. We value friendship, loyalty, service and personal growth. Our chapter strives to give all women on our campus equal and equitable opportunities for membership. Sigma Kappas lead with heart and live by the motto: One Heart One Way. We hold our philanthropies close to our hearts as well, including Sigma Kappa Foundation, Inherit the Earth, Gerontology, Maine Seacoast Mission and Alzheimer’s research through the Alzheimer’s Association. Our hope for women on our campus is to find a sorority or other organization they can trust. One that allows them to thrive and live a fulfilling and purposeful life. We are inclusive of anyone who identifies as a woman and we value your academic wellbeing. Most importantly, we value your unique personality and perspective!
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha is a national women's fraternity that aims to intensify friendship, foster a spirit of love, and build a purer and nobler womanhood in the world. ZTA consists of philanthropic work, tight-knit sisterhood, strong values and so much more. ZTA’s national philanthropy is breast cancer education and awareness. Through local and national partnerships plus campus and community initiatives, ZTA collegiate and alumnae members are dedicated to our philanthropy. Our nine key values are being rather than seeming, humility, leadership, lifelong learning, love, loyalty and commitment, responsibility and seeking understanding that we might gain true wisdom. Our sisterhood consists of a wide range of events throughout the year.