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Panhellenic Association


At Florida State University, Panhellenic is a council of 17 sororities.  Though our letters, colors and symbols differ, we are a strong and united group of women.  As members of this council, we are constantly growing as leaders on campus and in our careers.  Panhellenic is made up of over 3,000 women continually challenging one another to strive for their highest potential.  By dedicating their time to live out the values of service, sisterhood and scholarship, our organizations are continually developing its members. 
The bond of sisterhood is much deeper than any other friendship you’ll find.   We are bound by our houses, by our common philanthropy, our community service, our chapter history and most of all – our shared experiences.  When we graduate, and begin the next phase of our lives, we will have each other to depend on.  The network of our chapters and the bonds we create enhance not only the college experience, but also the years that follow.
Greek Life is a tradition that has had a presence on Florida State University’s campus for over 100 years.  It is an understatement to say that I am excited to see what the future holds, as we are an entity who is continually growing and giving back to our community.  Even more thrilling is having the opportunity to be a part of it.
My love for this council and what we stand for inspires me.  I believe we are all a part of a unique organization that builds strong women, saves lives through our service and creates bonds that will last a lifetime.  I am truly honored to represent a community with such a beautiful purpose. 
Finally, thank you for your interest in Panhellenic at Florida State University.  I hope the resources and information on this website give you some insight into life as a member of our community.
In Panhellenic Spirit,

Alli S.
Panhellenic President
Florida State University