On behalf of the Panhellenic Executive Board and our sixteen chapters, I would like to welcome you to the Panhellenic Association at Florida State University!
Greek Life is a deep-rooted tradition at Florida State with over 100 years of history. Today, our community is dynamically growing. The four councils that make up Greek Life at FSU are the National Panhellenic Conference, Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Multi-Cultural Greek Council. Each offers the opportunity for personal growth and development, as well as friendship that will last a lifetime. All members of the Greek community strive for a high level of excellence through academic enrichment and community service.
The Panhellenic Association and the women in our council play an influential role on campus, in the community, and in the greater Tallahassee area. The Panhellenic Association is dedicated to bettering the community, and making a difference. Not only do we show support by participating in one another’s philanthropic events, we also give our time to organizations outside of Greek life. We have leaders in Student Government Association, Student Alumni Association, Student Boosters, Student Conduct Board, and many other organizations. We actively participate in Relay for Life, Dance Marathon, Light the Night, and with the Boys and Girls Club of the Big Bend.
The Panhellenic Association has over 3,000 women, making us the largest women’s organization on campus, but a sorority is different from any other organization on campus because it is not purely a social group, a service group, or an academic group. Sororities provide young women with an entire way of life. The bond of sorority sisters is so much deeper than any other friendship you’ll find because we eat together, study together, do community service together, live together, and above all want and value the same things. My chapter and Panhellenic provide me with an outline of how to be the best version of myself in the classroom, in the community, as a leader, and as a sister.
On a personal level, becoming a part of our Greek Community has truly impacted my life. Being a Panhellenic woman has challenged me in my academics, as a leader and as a friend. I believe that joining our community was the best decision I have made while at Florida State, and encourage other women to do the same.
Thank you for your interest in our community! I hope the resources listed on our website provide you with answers to your questions and keeps you informed and updated on campus events.
In Panhellenic Pride,
If you wish to speak at one of our Panhellenic meetings, please email Rachel Griffin your Community Announcement Request form to