Women Today and Everyday.
A Letter from Our President
On behalf of my executive board and my Panhellenic sisters, I would like to offer you a warm welcome to the Panhellenic Council at the University of Central Florida!
The UCF Panhellenic Council is comprised of around 2,000 women that form our 12 chapters. Each chapter brings something unique to the table and collectively they form a community that promotes growth, involvement, service, academics, sisterhood, and leadership. With UCF being one of the largest universities in the nation, being in Greek life allows you to feel more at home while reaching your greatest potential during your college career.
Joining a sorority enables you to meet like minded women, gain opportunities, and make everlasting memories. From the moment I became a part of a chapter I realized just how much I would benefit from this experience. Not only does joining a sorority allow you to network with others, but it provides you with a strong sisterhood and a valuable support system to help guide you through college and life. I am certain that our members can confidently attest to how much their chapters and this community means to them.
Our Panhellenic community is the most active and diverse women’s organization on campus, as you can find a Panhellenic woman almost anywhere on campus. I am confident that our Panhellenic community will provide you with opportunities that can change your life, as they have made me who I am today.
I am pleased to be able to lead this community alongside my Panhellenic sisters where we share the same vision of empowering women. I am determined to continuously strive to better this community with constant growth and unity. Individually, we are sisters, as a whole, we are Panhellenic.
If there is ever anything that I can help you with, please don't hesitate to reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go Knights, charge on,
UCF Panhellenic President
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To promote values and ethics in women's fraternities and to encourage their members to be active and responsible leaders in their respective communities.
friendship, leadership, service, knowledge, integrity and community
Every woman will be a better citizen because of her life-long sorority experience.