What Is A Sorority?
The purpose of sorority life is to encourage you women to learn and grow through sisterhood and shared values. In addition, sorority involvement includes a focus on scholarship, leadership, service and campus involvement. All SLU sororities emphasize the importance of academic achievement, and we recognize that this is your most important priority while in college. Every chapter also has a variety of leadership positions and activities to get involved in while you are at SLU.
Saint Louis University is the proud home of five National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities and works with the four National Pan-Hellenic Council sororities that have chapters at Saint Louis University or city-wide chapters. Opportunities for involvement can extend far beyond Saint Louis University.
Panhellenic Council Chapters at SLU
| Alpha Delta Pi
Founded: October 1988
Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House
Cumulative GPA: 3.38
Founded: Fall 2001
Philanthropy: Service for Sight
Cumulative GPA: 3.37
|Gamma Phi Beta
Founded: November 1967
Philanthropy: Campfire USA
Cumulative GPA: 3.14
Founded: February 1992
Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of America
Cumulative GPA: 3.33
|Zeta Tau Alpha
Founded: November 2007
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Awareness
Cumulative GPA: 3.32
The Panhellenic Council Welcomes Kappa Alpha Theta in Fall 2013
Kappa Alpha Theta was founded in 1870 as the first Greek-letter fraternity for women. The sorority's purpose is to support members to learn, grow, and excel, and our core values are personal excellence, friendship/sisterhood, scholarship, service, and leadership. Represenatives from Kappa Alpha Theta will be on campus this fall to begin recruiting women to join their chapter here at Saint Louis University!