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Panhellenic Council

The purpose of the Saint Louis University Panhellenic Council is to encourage members to learn and grow through sisterhood and shared values.

Panhellenic sororities at SLU

Members of Saint Louis University’s Phi Mu. SLU's sororities focus on scholarship, leadership, service and campus involvement. 

The 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 puts a strong emphasis on positive programming and a commitment to enacting change. 

Panhellenic Council Chapters at SLU

Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi Crest

National website
Founded:
May 1851

Philanthropy:
Ronald McDonald House
Values:
Sisterhood, High Academic Standards and Social Responsibility 
Notable Alumni:
Kathy Bates and Jean Reynolds
Instagram: @slu_adpi

 

Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma crest National website
Chapter website
Founded:
December 1873

Philanthropy:
Service for Sight
Values:
Friendship, Educational and Cultural Interests, Social Responsibility and Character
Notable Alumni:
Sabrina Bryan and Patricia Heaton
Instagram: @sludeltagamma

 

Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta crest International website
Chapter website
Founded:
November 1874

Philanthropy:
Girls Inc. Saint Louis, Girls on the Run
Values:
Love, Labor, Learning and Loyalty 
Notable Alumni:
Kristin Chenoweth and Heather McDonald
Instagram: @slugammaphibeta

 

Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta crest  National website
Chapter website
Founded:
January 1870

Philanthropy:
Court Appointed Special Advocates
Values:
Intellectual Curiosity, Leadership Potential, Commitment to Service and Personal Excellence
Notable Alumni:
Cheryl Crow and Kerri Strug
Instagram: @slu_theta

 

Kappa Delta  
 Kappa Delta crest National website
Chapter website
Founded:
October 1897
Philanthropy:
Girl Scouts of America
Values:
Lifetime Learning, Personal Integrity, Altruistic Service and Truth and Loyalty
Notable Alumni:
Jennifer Lee and Patricia Polito Miller
Instagram: @slukappadelta

 

Phi Mu  
Phi Mu Crest 

National website
Chapter website
Founded:
March 1852
Philanthropy:
Children’s Miracle Network
Values:
Love, Honor and Truth
Famous Members:
Dr. Mary Ellen Weber and Betty Degeneres
Instagram: @sluphimu

Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha crest  National website
Chapter website
Founded:
October 1898

Philanthropy:
Breast Cancer Awareness
Values:
Friendship, Leadership, Service, Knowledge, Integrity and Community 
Notable Alumni:
Erin Andrews and Monica Aldama
Instagram: @sluzeta

Panhellenic Recruitment

SLU's Panhellenic Council will be hosting an informal Spring Recruitment process for several of our chapters. If you did not participate in Fall Recruitment, this is a great way to learn more about the Fraternity and Sorority Life Community at Saint Louis University! There will be an Informal Meet & Greet event on Feb. 8 where you will have the chance to meet all seven of our Panhellenic organizations.

Stay updated with Panhellenic recruitment announcements on Instagram: @slupanhellenic.

Panhellenic Recruitment Registration

Panhellenic Recruitment Guidebook

Potential New Member Booklet

For more information, contact Cati Welby, the Panhellenic vice president of recruitment, at panhellenic.recruitment@slu.edu

2023 Executive Council

President: 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: Katherine Tortorici
Vice President of Community Wellbeing: Chloe Amstutz