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Meet Alpha Delta Pi (known as ADPi)

Founded on May 15, 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest secret society for college women in the world. Established at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, the first college chartered to grant degrees to women in the world, the story of Alpha Delta Pi is a remarkable one. And, it all began as a young girl's dream.

Alpha Delta Pi is a sisterhood full of intelligent, caring, and supporting women that will last a lifetime, we strive to make each other the best version of ourselves. When we say we live for each other we really mean it.

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Important Info

  • Flower: Woodland Violet
  • Symbol: Four-Pointed Diamond
  • Mascot: Alphie the lion
  • Philanthropies: Ronald McDonald House Charities, Alpha Delta Pi Foundation
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.5 GPA

Meet Alpha Omicron Pi (known as AOII)

The first chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi's history began in 1897 at Barnard College in New York City. Barnard was the first college in New York, and one of the first in the nation, where women could receive the same rigorous and challenging education that was available to men. Affiliated with Columbia University since 1900, Barnard is one of the oldest women's colleges in the world.

Beta Eta is a chapter of the international women's fraternity Alpha Omicron Pi located on Gettysburg's campus. Beta Eta stands for "brave and empowered", our chapter's sub-motto. Alpha Omicron Pi's core values are character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty, which we strive to emulate both within the Panhellenic community and the campus at large.

Important Info

  • Flower: Rose
  • Jewel: Ruby
  • Mascot: Panda
  • Philanthropy: Arthritis Foundation
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.5 GPA

Meet Chi Omega (known as Chi O)

Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world with over 400,000 Initiates, 181 collegiate chapters, and 248 alumnae chapters. Throughout Chi Omega's long and proud history, the Fraternity has brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development.

Being apart of Chi Omega gives women several opportunities on and off campus. Chi Omegas can get involved within the organization by having an executive position or utilizing social, philanthropic, or community events led by Chi Omega. Not only does Chi Omega play a major role in our college experience, but it also plays a role in our life as a whole. As a Chi Omega, you are guaranteed a lifelong membership with lifelong benefits.

Important Info

  • Flower: White Carnation
  • Symbol: Pearl and Skull & Crossbones
  • Mascot: Owl
  • Philanthropies: Make-A-Wish
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.5 GPA

Meet Delta Gamma (known as DG)

Delta Gamma was founded at the Lewis School for Girls in Oxford, Mississippi. Founders Day is celebrated each year on or around March 15. Today Delta Gamma has more than 250,000 initiated members, with 150 collegiate chapters and more than 200 alumnae groups across the United States and Canada.

Consistent with our Founders' thoughts in 1873, our primary purpose is to create an environment for our members in which lasting friendships and our vows of sisterhood emanate all aspects of our Fraternity. We encourage an atmosphere which will foster high ideals of friendship among college women, promote their educational and cultural interests, create in them a true sense of social responsibility and develop in them high qualities of character.

Important Info

  • Flower: Cream-colored Rose
  • Symbol: Anchor
  • Philanthropy: Service for Sight
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.5 GPA

Meet Gamma Phi Beta (known as GPhi)

Gamma Phi Beta is more than 145 years old (founded in 1874) and has been dedicated to continuing the vision of our Founders since day one. Members of the Sorority are wholeheartedly invested in our sisterhood and believe deeply in our philanthropic mission, vision and focus. There is a quiet strength that is evident across the sisters and a desire to remain true and constant to the Sorority, the friendships, the opportunities and the values.

The mission of Gamma Phi Beta is to build strong, confident, women of character. Our goal is to celebrate sisterhood and allow women to connect and make long lasting friendships. Our members are dedicated to building life-skills and supporting each other through hard times.

Important Info

  • Flower: Pink Carnation
  • Symbol: Cresent Moon
  • Philanthropies: Girls on the Run
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.4 GPA

Meet Sigma Sigma Sigma (known as Tri Sigma)

Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded by a group of eight women set out to establish a sisterhood based on the bond of friendship on April 20, 1898 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, By providing opportunities for personal, professional, and skill development. We strive for our members to embrace opportunities to do the right thing each day.

The Delta Omicron Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma is dedicated to empowering women and members through community service, building a strong sisterhood, and providing leadership opportunities to ensure the success of our sisters and greater community. We are proud to celebrate a very diverse group of girls with different backgrounds and different interest all while coming together to enjoy Sigma Sigma Sigma.

Important Info

  • Flower: Purple Violet
  • Symbol: Sailboat
  • Jewel: Pearl
  • Philanthropy: March of Dimes & the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation
  • Academic Requirement to join: 2.5 GPA