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Panhellenic Council

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The Panhellenic Association is the representative governing body for two sororities at Georgia Southwestern State University. The Association is made up of delegates from each sorority and the sorority presidents. The purpose of the Panhellenic Association is to facilitate good relations between the sororities and the campus and community; to coordinate events; and to stress the importance of philanthropy, personal growth, and campus involvement. 

The Panhellenic Council recruitment is a 5 day process in the Fall beginning on Tuesday and ending on Saturday.

Department Contact

Office of Greek Life

Chris Avery, Greek Life & Leadership Coordinator
Student Success Center

229-931-5004
chris.avery@gsw.edu

Kappa Delta Sorority

The Delta Phi Chapter of Kappa Delta is a group of women who strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest. We encourage any and all women who attend GSW to apply for Panhellenic recruitment, which is held during the Fall semester. We strive for our chapter GPA to always be above the all women's average, and we encourage all of our members to remember that we are a student-first organization. All of our members are involved in at least one other organization on campus, and we also have mulitple student athletes in our chapter. Kappa Delta provides leadership and professional development, social skills, and provides members a home away from home.

Nationally Founded: October 23, 1897
Established at GSW: October 18, 1969
Service Project: Prevention of Child Abuse, Children’s Hospital in Richmond, Virginia and Girl Scouts of America
Colors: Pearl White and Olive Green
Symbol: Panda Bear
Flower: White Rose

President: Lauren McClure

Social: Facebook, Canes Connect

Zeta Tau Alpha

Membership in Zeta Tau Alpha brings with it countless memories and experiences which will shape its members for years to come. ZTA is a lifetime of commitment, support and opportunity awaiting you. It marks the beginning of a relationship that lasts for a lifetime. ZTA sisters are well-rounded women that are active on the campus and the community through academics, philanthropy, socials, and service. ZTA empowers women by providing them with opportunities of a lifetime through countless opportunties for leadership. Sisters are dedicated to creating a pure and noble sisterhood while showing others that love truly is the greatest of all things. 

Nationally Founded: October 15, 1898
Established at GSW: May 2, 1970
Service Project: Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Colors: Turquoise and Steel Gray
Symbol: Crown, Angels, and Strawberries
Flower: White Violet

President: Allison Sumpter

Social: Facebook, Canes Connect