Information regarding fraternity and sorority judicial and academic standings may be found here. This also includes a list of any fraternities or sororities that are not recognized.
Welcome to the College Panhellenic of East Tennessee State University! On behalf of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member organizations at ETSU, we would 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.
The NPC member organizations at East Tennessee State University are: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta, and Sigma Kappa. These five sororities create the College Panhellenic at ETSU. These sororities thank you for your interest and hope you make the decision to become a sorority woman yourself. If either you or your parents have any questions, you may contact the College Panhellenic President for the 2020 calendar year, Rachel Lilly
College Panhellenic Executive Board
|Executive Vice President||Kylar Wilson|
|Vice President of Membership||Emily Vick|
|Lead Recruitment Counselor||Kaylee Hughes|
|Vice President of Finance||Lauren Estrada|
|Vice President of Chapter Unity||Sara Morelock|
|Vice President of Programming||Hannah Smith|
|Vice President of Internal Communication||Reagan Chittum|
|Vice President of External Communication||Emily Brown|
Fall 2019 Panhellenic Council Election Timeline:
October 8 - President applications due
October 22 - President slate announcement
October 29 - President election
October 29 - Council position applications due
November 3-4 - Council Interviews
November 5 - Council slate announcement
November 12 - Council election
December 3 - Council transition meeting
Interested in the College Panhellenic Learning-Living Community (CPLLC)?
Find out more about our NEW living-learning community here.
If you need to call attention to a student of concern, please review information about ETSU's CARE Report.