CU Boulder has a large Greek community with nine NPC chartered sororities and two associate chapters. Each sorority offers lifetime friendships, leadership opportunities, community service & philanthropy, networking, social events and so much more!
Sisterhood means more than wearing Greek letters, attending meetings and going to parties. It is a feeling and sense of belonging. It is the feeling of being yourself and being respected for your individuality. Sisterhood is the making of friendships that will last a lifetime. It is the feeling of knowing you can count on your sisters in good times and in challenging times.
Scholarship is a priority to women in the greek community. Sorority women go to class and study together and as a result have a higher cumulative GPA than the all women's average at CU Boulder.
Membership in a sorority provides numerous opportunities to take leadership roles. As a chapter officer, coordinator of a chapter event, or even the administrator of a community service project, many leadership opportunities are presented. Each chapter has committee structures that allow you to be involved in all operational aspects of the sorority.
Sororities sponsor a multitude of activities each year to impact the local community and earn money for their special philanthropies or identified causes. Each chapter also donates its time to a particular project either locally or nationally. Sorority women can be found helping freshmen move into their residence halls, working blood drives and participating in off-campus projects with retirement communities, day cares, and local food banks!
As a member of a sorority, there are ongoing events throughout the year that members can participate in. Events include: Greek Week, Homecoming, Greek Awards, Circle of Sisterhood, Leadership Academy and individual chapter philanthropies.
There are several social events that each chapter holds throughout the year. These could include date dashes, mixers, dinner exchanges as well as fall and spring formals.
The primary recruitment period for the CU Panhellenic community takes place in the fall semester. Check back often for updates!