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Welcome to the Panhellenic Council of East Tennessee State University! On behalf of the four National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities here at ETSU, I'd like to welcome you to Fraternity and Sorority Life and to a lifetime of great friends, values, and opportunities! We take much pride in the community we form and the continuing history of excellence we represent on our campus. Being a sorority member continues to provide women with opportunities for leadership, social networking, community service, campus involvement, and friendship while maintaining high academic standards.

I have the privilege of working with an outstanding group of women on a daily basis, and I get to see the difference sorority women make in the lives of so many people, including their own. They are strong, motivated, ambitious, and driven. We would love for you to become a member of our community!

Being in a sorority provides you with opportunities during and after your college career, from lasting friendships to leadership development workshops and everything in between. You get the chance to interact with the community while building lasting friendships simultaneously. Ask any one of these women why they chose to become a sorority woman, and they will display the great pride they have in our organization!

I encourage you to take the time to browse our website and discover what Fraternity and Sorority Life can offer you. We are looking for women who want to excel academically, become involved on campus, and who will contribute to the upholding legacy we currently have. We are proud of our history here at ETSU and enthusiastically look forward to what the future holds.

I would like to ultimately thank you for your interest in Panhellenic and hope you make the decision to become a sorority woman yourself. If either you or your parents have any questions, feel free to contact myself or our Fraternity and Sorority Life advisor.

Go Bucs! Go Greek!


Melissa Courtney
President, Panhellenic Council






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