The University of Akron has 20 fraternities and sororities. Six of the sororities belong to a student-run governing body called the Panhellenic Council. The Panhellenic Council is the largest women’s organization on campus with over 300 members, and each Panhellenic sorority is made up of diverse, intelligent women. As a community, Panhellenic works together to unify, advance, and advocate for sorority life at UA.
There are currently five National Panhellenic Conference chapters on Akron’s campus that Panhellenic governs: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Delta Gamma, and Kappa Kappa Gamma. In fall 2016 we are excited to welcome a sixth Panhellenic chapter to campus. The newest sorority to join UA’s campus is Delta Zeta. If you or your parent’s want to learn more about UA’s Sorority Life or how to join,, click HERE
Mission Statement: We, the women of The University of Akron Panhellenic Association, stand for dedication to each other through cooperative sisterhood. We strive to uphold the values of scholarship, leadership, civic engagement, and ritual. We will devote time and resources to the development of every chapter and individual while fostering friendly relations to unite our chapters, our community, our campus, local communities, and beyond.