Panhellenic Sororities

The purpose of Panhellenic sorority life is to encourage women to learn and grow through sisterhood and shared values.

Panhellenic sororities at SLU

Members of Saint Louis University sororities focus on scholarship, leadership, service and campus involvement. 

All SLU Panhellenic sororities emphasize the importance of academic achievement, and we recognize that this is your priority while in college. Every chapter also has a variety of leadership positions and activities you can pursue while you are at SLU.

Sorority recruitment takes place in September each year.  The registration page goes live in early summer.  Participation costs around $30 and must be paid online through the formal registration process.

For more information, contact the Panhellenic recruitment team at panhel.slu.recruitment@gmail.com.

Panhellenic Council Chapters at SLU

Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi Crest National website
Chapter website
Founded: May 1851
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House

 

Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma crest National website
Chapter website
Founded: December 1873
Philanthropy: Service for Sight

 

Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta crest International website
Chapter website
Founded: November 1874
Philanthropy: Girls Inc. Saint Louis, Girls on the Run

 

Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta crest  National website
Chapter website
Founded: January 1870
Philanthropy: Court Appointed Special Advocates

 

Kappa Delta  
 Kappa Delta crest National website
Chapter website
Founded: October 1897
Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of America

 

Phi Mu  
Phi Mu Crest  National website
Chapter website
Founded: March 1852
Philanthropy: Children’s Miracle Network
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha crest  National website
Chapter website
Founded: October 1898
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness


Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council represents SLU’s sorority chapters. Each chapter is represented by two delegates who attend weekly meetings with the executive board. The council plans and implements the formal recruitment at the beginning of every academic school year, through which an average of 450 young women join a sorority. It also provides educational programming and resources.

The bylaws and standards of the Panhellenic Council require respectful conduct between and outside any sorority. Council business is conducted during weekly meetings, where communications about recent sorority events are also reported to enable a united and panhellenic atmosphere at Saint Louis University.

2017 Executive Council

SLU Panhellenic Council

Pictured from Left to Right: Lejla Bukvic, Andrea Fischer, Bridget Boland, Therese Lane, Maddie Schoemann, Anna Gibbons and Laura Seadler 
 
President: Anna Gibbons
Vice President of Administration: Therese Lane 
Vice President of Standards: Andrea Fischer
Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion: Lejla Bukvic
Vice President of Recruitment: Maddie Schoemann
Vice President of Internal Affairs: Laura Seadler
Vice President of External Affairs: Bridget Boland