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Sororities are like a sisterhood, but for women. They provide a space for women to connect with each other and learn about themselves as individuals. The way that sororities function can vary from chapter to chapter, but all members have one thing in common: they’re looking for positive change in their lives and communities.
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Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega is a sorority that was founded in 1885. The organization has more than 230 chapters throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Alpha Chi Omega is also a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). Alpha Chi Omega’s purpose is to help young women become successful women by supporting their academic and personal growth through education, community service and friendship.
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi is a women’s fraternity that was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. It was founded by eleven women on February 24, 1873. Alpha Delta Pi is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) and has been recognized as one of the “Best Fraternities” by College Magazine since 1996.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta is a Greek-letter sorority founded in 1874 at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. Alpha Gamma Delta uses a diamond as its symbol. Its colors are blue and gold. Alpha Gamma Delta’s motto is “The Light of the World” and its pledge is “I will work to improve myself through knowledge and character”.
Alpha Phi is the largest sorority in the world, with more than 350,000 members. It was founded at Syracuse University on April 15th, 1872. The first sorority to publish its own magazine and have an official national philanthropy (the Alpha Kappa Alpha Foundation), it also has been recognized by many organizations as one of the most prestigious historically black collegiate organizations.
Alpha Phi was also founded by Dr. Harriet Tubman Calloway Herring who was born into slavery but later became extremely successful as an abolitionist and writer/publisher of books that were published under her own name as well as several other pseudonyms such as “Pauline Cushing”.
Chi Omega is the second largest women’s fraternity in the country. It was founded in 1873 at DePauw University and is one of only seven sororities to have been chartered since 1836.
Chi Omega was originally founded as a literary society for women, but it soon evolved into a social organization with members ranging from young girls to middle-aged women. Today, Chi Omegas’ membership consists primarily of undergraduate students (with some graduate students), though they also accept post-graduate students and alumnae into their ranks as well. Chi Omega primary objective is philanthropy. However, they also support many non-profit organizations through fundraising events and charitable donations.
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta is a sorority founded on the values of friendship, sisterhood and supporting women in all aspects of their lives.
The sorority was founded at the University of Mississippi by Laura L. Boyd in 1872. She was the daughter of an Alpha Kappa Alpha founder who had been a student at Millsaps College when it was known as Delta State Normal School for Colored Students; she herself attended Millsaps College during this time period.