Sororities

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC): 

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Chi Upsilon Sigma

Delta Sigma Theta

Lambda Tau Omega

Lambda Theta Alpha

Mu Sigma Upsilon

Omega Phi Chi

Zeta Phi Beta

Panhellenic Council (CPC):

Alpha Gamma Delta

Alpha Phi

Alpha Sigma Tau

Delta Phi Epsilon

 

AGD

Alpha Gamma Delta

The Zeta Tau chapter of the ΑΓΔ sorority, known as “the gams,” has a mission to support lifelong learning as a means to gain understanding and wisdom, to promote the value of fraternal membership and commitment to higher education, to help prepare members to contribute to the world’s work, and to advocate lifetime involvement in …

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AKA

Alpha Kappa Alpha

The Rho Upsilon chapter of the AKA sorority, known as “the pearls,” has a mission to encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, and to be of service to all mankind. Their colors …

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APhi

Alpha Phi

The Eta Eta chapter of AΦ, known as “the phi’s,” has a mission to promote the growth of character, unity of feeling, sisterly affection, and social communion among members. They have a philanthropy of Cardiac Care, and their colors are Bordeaux and silver.

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AST

Alpha Sigma Tau

The Gamma Rho chapter of AΣT has the philanthropy of Pine Mountain Settlement School, and their official service project is Habitat for Humanity. The sisters’ motto is “active, self-reliant, trustworthy.” Their symbol is the anchor, and their colors are emerald green and gold.

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ChiYS

Chi Upsilon Sigma

The Gamma chapter of XYΣ, known as “cussies,” has the philanthropy of the I Have A Dream Foundation, and their mission is to empower children in low-income communities to achieve higher education and to fulfill their leadership potential. They are a Latina oriented sorority, whose motto is “wisdom through education,” and whose colors are red, …

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DphiE

Delta Phi Epsilon

The Alpha Delta chapter of ΔΦE, known as “deephers,” live by the five S’s and the five C’s, which are Sisterhood, Scholarship, Self, Service, and Social; and Character, Civic, Cultural, Connection, and Career. Their three philanthropies are the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation, the Cistic Fibrosis Foundation, and the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and …

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DSigTheta

Delta Sigma Theta

The Delta Zeta chapter of ΔΣΘ, known as “the deltas,” is one of over 900 chapters of the largest African-American sorority in the world. They go by the five-point thrust which is as follows: economic development, educational development, international awareness and involvement, physical and mental health, and political awareness and involvement. Their colors are crimson …

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LTO

Lambda Tau Omega

The Heptakin Eta chapter of ΛTΩ, known as “LTO” or “the mermaids,” has a purpose to foster and preserve the spirit of sisterhood while promoting high standards of achievement, women empowerment, multiculturalism, and dedications to noble service with a philanthropy focused on the welfare of children. Their colors are royal blue and light gray.

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LTuA

Lambda Theta Alpha

The Delta chapter of ΛΘA, known as “LTA,” is one of the chapters of the first Latina sorority in the nation. Open to women of all races and ethnicities, it is an academic-based organization that stresses social justice and activism. Their colors are burgundy and grey.

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MSY

Mu Sigma Upsilon

The Xurima chapter of MΣY is a multicultural committed to academics, unification of all women and the services for their communities and universities. Their philanthropy is the Keep a Breast Foundation and their colors are baby blue and white.

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OPC

Omega Phi Chi

The Delta chapter of ΩΦX is a multicultural dedicated to creating a unity among all women, and promoting ethnic diversity by integrating women of all boundaries and cultures. Omegas pride themselves on promoting professionalism, and their slogan is “diversity at its finest.” Their philanthropy is the Make A Wish foundation, and their colors are baby …

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ZPhiB

Zeta Phi Beta

The Psi Pi chapter of ZΦB, known as “the zetas,” upholds the belief that sorority elitism and socializing should not overshadow the real mission for progressive organizations- to address societal mores, ills, prejudices, poverty, and health concerns of the day. They uphold the principles of Finer Womanhood, Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Community Service. They are the …

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