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Panhellenic Council

ASU Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council is the governing body for our two national sororities. The council strives to express the high ideals for which every individual sorority stands while working to develop a greater understanding among the social Greek letter organizations. The Panhellenic Council also seeks solutions to common problems, assists its members and the university in attaining educational and valued objectives, and encourages the development of friendship between those two groups.

The Executive Board is the administrative body of the council and consists of an equal number of representatives from each sorority. Each sorority is also represented by one elected delegate and one alternate. These women serve as the voice of their chapter.

As a member of an ASU sorority, you are automatically considered a member of the Panhellenic Council and are welcome to attend any of our meetings.

 

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About Sororities

“A sorority is more than letters on a sweatshirt, more than traditional songs, a gold pin, rituals, an obligation or a way of life. A sorority is learning about people. A sorority is giving without expecting a return. A sorority is earning respect from others, as well as for yourself. A sorority will not solve all your problems. But, I have made good friends and found confidence there to help me take life one step at a time.”

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