The purpose of the Saint Louis University Panhellenic Council is to encourage members to learn and grow through sisterhood and shared values.
The SLU Panhellenic Council serves as the governing board for all the Panhellenic chapters on campus. Each chapter is a member of the National Panhellenic Council (NPC). Panhellenic chapters strive to create a sense of community for individuals through organizational and personal values. The Panhellenic chapters at SLU promote high academic achievement, leadership, community service and sisterhood. The Panhellenic community strongly emphasizes positive programming and a commitment to enacting change.
Panhellenic Council Chapters at SLU
National Founding: October 23, 1897
Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse America
2022-2023 Philanthropy Dollars Raised: $3,030.81
2022-2023 Service Hours: 816
Average Member GPA: 3.57
2022-2023 Awards: Excellence in Diversity, Equity and InclusionInstagram: @slukappadelta
Nickname: Zeta or ZTA
National Founding: October 15, 1898
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness
2022-2023 Philanthropy Dollars Raised: $10,706.23
2022-2023 Service Hours: 1,700
Average Member GPA: 3.52
2022-2023 Awards: Panhellenic Chapter Advisor of the YearInstagram: @sluzeta
SLU's Panhellenic Council will host a Fall Primary Recruitment process so individuals interested can meet all seven chapters. This opportunity is a great way to learn more about the Fraternity and Sorority Life community at Saint Louis University.
There will be a Panhellenic Meet and Greet on August 29 in the Busch Student Center, where you will have the chance to meet all seven of our Panhellenic organizations before the start of Primary Recruitment.
Stay updated with Panhellenic Primary Recruitment announcements on Instagram: @slupanhellenic.
Additionally, the Panhellenic Council will offer up to 10 scholarships to waive registration fees for any person interested in going through Primary Recruitment. As a reminder, there are costs associated with being a part of Panhellenic Sorority Life, however, we are trying to mitigate as many barriers as possible and increase accessibility. To apply for a scholarship, please visit the Panhellenic Instagram linked above.
For more information, contact Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment Cati Welby at email@example.com.
2023 Executive CouncilPresident: Kaitlyn Bergin
Vice President of Finance and Administration: Christine Mackey
Vice President of Standards: Dana Feeney Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Grace Wempe Vice President of Recruitment: Cati Welby Vice President of Recruitment Team: Riley Doyle
Vice President of Programming: Sidney Riecker Vice President of Philanthropy & Service: Maria Franzen
Vice President of Public Relations: Melissa Pool Vice President of Community Wellbeing: Chloe Amstutz