The Panhellenic Council

While maintaining the values and high standards of the National Panhellenic Conference, the Panhellenic Council of Presbyterian College serves as the governing body of the three sororities on campus. As the governing body, these young women strive to provide programs and support to the sororities that demonstrates their commitment to scholarship, service, and leadership.

Sororities

Alpha Delta Pi

Sigma Sigma Sigma

Zeta Tau Alpha

Panhellenic  Council

Tiffany Deal
President

 Kylie Goodman
Vice President,
Recruitment

 Erin Connolly
Vice President,
Judicial


Treasurer

 
Secretary

 
Public Relations

 Jessie Laverty
Chapter Delegate

 Kathryn Howe
Chapter Delegate

 Jessica Cole
Chapter Delegate

Brittany Blanz
Freshman Delegate

 Elizabeth Myers
Freshman Delegate

 Kellie Cleveland
Freshman Delegate

Panhellenic Judicial Board

Erin Connolly
Chairman

 Laura Leigh Fox

 Adrienne Urwick

 Angela Allsbrook 

 Haley Bonner 

 Christian Hainey

Scholarship

The most important aspect of sorority membership is scholarship. In order to challenge their members to excel academically, each sorority has established educational programming. As a result, the female Greek cumulative GPA (3.12) surpasses the all campus cumulative GPA (2.98). To be initiated as a member, you must obtain grade requirements, which vary between each sorority. However, the minimum grade point average for any sorority is a 2.5.

Service

Greek women’s interests and concerns go beyond the confines of campus life. Sororities sponsor activities each year to impact the local community and earn money for their national philanthropies as well as local organizations. PC’s Panhellenic Council supports the Circle of Sisterhood. In order to educate and raise awareness for the Circle of Sisterhood, the Panhellenic Council hosted a Bowling for Books event and a joint Karaoke Night event with the Interfraternity Council. The women raised a little over $650 for the Circle of Sisterhood.

Leadership

Sororities provide members with opportunities to serve as officers and committee chairs, which help develop and strengthen leadership skills.  Greek women also hold leadership positions in non-Greek organizations on campus, including Student Government Association, Student Union Board, Student Volunteer Services, Honor Council, departmental organizations, and many other Registered Student Organizations.

National Panhellenic Conference

To learn more about the National Panhellenic Conference, click HERE.

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