To the College Panhellenic Association of Florida Atlantic University's website!
On behalf of our Panhellenic Executive Board and Panhellenic community, I am thrilled to welcome you to one of the biggest Greek communities on FAU's campus! Being a part of the Greek community at Florida Atlantic means so much more than membership within one organization. Our 700+ members strive to use their Panhellenic experience to enrich their undergraduate experience, excelling in scholarship, leadership, philanthropy, and community service while building lifelong friendships and ties of sisterhood. We work to not only better ourselves, but to build up each other as well.
The Panhellenic Council works closely with three other incredible Greek Councils on campus to accomplish our goals and impact the community: the Inter-fraternity Council (IFC), the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). Though we sponsor Greek-only events such as Greek Week and Women’s Leadership Week; we also participate in University-wide events such as Homecoming.
In this past year, the FAU Panhellenic Community has logged nearly 3,100 hours of community service and has raised over 54,000 in philanthropy dollars. Service and Philanthropy a very big component to why our organizations were founded. We take pride in this by being a integral part of our community.
On our website, you can locate information about almost every aspect of our Panhellenic community, ranging from our Executive Board to our six individual chapters. I encourage you to look around and see everything we have to offer! Chapters and chapter officers, check out the Resources tab for our Panhellenic By-Laws, Philanthropy Resolutions, etc. Potential New Members, check out our Recruitment tab for information on Spring and Fall Recruitment.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to myself or any of my Executive officers if you have any questions or concerns – our contact information can be found under the Contact Us tab.
Do More. Be More.
Panhellenic President 2019