AUM Panhellenic would like to welcome you to campus! We hope you enjoy your time here. We have something to offer you to make the most of your college experience.
Panhellenic is encouraging you to GO GREEK!!! Joining a Greek organization promotes life long friendship, networking, and academic success.
Meet the Sororities
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta was officially founded on May 30, 1904 at the home of Dr. Wellesley Perry Coddington, a professor at Syracuse University who was instrumental in the early development of Alpha Gamma Delta. The colors of Alpha Gamma Delta are red, buff, and green. Their mascot is the squirrel, their flowers are the red and buff rose with asparagus ferns. Their jewel is the pearl and vision is "To inspire the woman. Impact the world."
For More information about Alpha Gamma Delta, check out: http://www.alphagammadelta.org
Delta Zeta Sorority was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1902. Miami is dubbed the “Mother of Fraternities” because of the many prominent men’s fraternities which were founded there. The colors of DZ are rose and green, their mascot is the turtle. Their flower is the pink killarney rose, and their jewel is the diamond. Delta Zeta has over 22,0000 initiated members.
For more information about Delta Zeta, check out: http://www.deltazeta.org
Zeta Tau Alpha
The mission of ZTA is "to make a difference in the lives of our members by developing the potential of each individual through innovative programming, which emphasizes leadership development, service to others, academic achievement and continued personal growth for women, with a commitment to friendship and the future based on the sisterhood, values and traditions of the past. The colors of Zeta Tau Alpha are turquoise and grey, the flower is the white violet. Their symbols are the five point crown and the strawberry.
For more information about Zeta Tau Alpha, check out: http://aum.zetataualpha.org/
Four Parts of Sorority Life
Scholarship: AUM Panhellenic sororities recognize the importance of scholarship. All chapters have study hall hours to assist with time management. Academic achievement is promoted by national sororities, individual chapters, and the Panhellenic Association through distribution of annually awarded scholarships.
Service: The desire to serve others is one of the most important qualities that is developed in a sorority member. Each sorority has chosen a local or national philanthropy to support through financial donations and volunteer hours. Through the academic year, a sorority will host multiple fundraisers for their specific philanthropy. Sorority women spend thousands of hours volunteering in the community while developing a lifestyle of serving others in need.
Sisterhood: Joining a sorority is a new experience with friends and gaining a home away from home. During the first semester of a new member’s association, all activities are designed to orient her with the sorority’s history and goals while working towards initiation. Activities such as retreats, service projects, study programs, and meetings will assist her in building a strong foundation in sorority life. Each sorority has its own mentor (or big sister) program that allows new members to be have additional support throughout their sorority experience.
Leadership: Membership in a sorority provides opportunities for the development of leadership skills. Within the chapter a member has the opportunity to hold a committee position or chapter officer position. The Panhellenic Association also has additional positions available to chapter members. We also encourage members to join organizations outside of their chapters such as Honor Societies, Special Interest groups, and Student Government Association
For more information about sorority life and recruitment contact the office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs at 334-244-3829.