The Epsilon Eta chapter of Alpha Phi has been a proud member of the Old Dominion University community since 1970. Alpha Phi enhances and promotes each member's growth by focusing on sisterhood, service, scholarship and character development. Our philanthropy is the Alpha Phi Foundation; it supports women's heart health, development of leadership, excellence in academics and sisters in need. Through our philanthropic efforts we participate in numerous clubs and organizations, the sisters of Epsilon Eta exemplify how a group of committed young women can make a difference. Some of our philanthropic events include, "King of Hearts", "Hit for the Heart", "Phield Day", and our "Red Dress Gala". We share a unique bond of sisterhood that will truly last a lifetime and we are looking forward to sharing it with you during Fall Formal Recruitment!
-Katie Felarca, Alpha Phi President
Alpha Xi Delta
The Delta Mu chapter of Alpha Xi Delta is proud to be the first Panhellenic Chapter to colonize on Old Dominion's campus. Founded in 1964, we have been helping women realize their potential through sisterhood, leadership, knowledge, and service. Alpha Xi Delta's national philanthropy is Autism Speaks, and we are proud to have raised over $3 million nationally for this amazing cause. As Alpha Xi Delta's, we know our relationships with our sisters are the key to making us successful. We are so excited to meet you during Fall Formal Recruitment, and can't wait for you to become a part of ODU's Panhellenic community!
- Lindsey Tibbitt, Alpha Xi Delta President
The Theta Phi chapter of Delta Zeta would like to formally tell you how excited we are that you are interested in joining the Panhellenic Community here at Old Dominion University. Delta Zeta was founded here at Old Dominion University on December 11, 1965. Since 1965, we have strived to build awareness for our national philanthropy, speech and hearing and our national partnership, The Painted Turtle Camp. We also pride ourselves in four pillars: sisterhood, leadership, high academic standards, and philanthropy. Some of our philanthropic events held here on campus are Battle of the Bands, Hike for Hearing, I Have a Choice week, and much more. The Theta Phi woman of Delta Zeta exemplify, through their daily lives, what it means to be a strong group of committed women. We share an unbreakable bond of sisterhood that is not just four years and we cannot wait to be able to share it with you during Fall Formal Recruitment!
- Kaitlyn Lambert, Delta Zeta President
Kappa Delta, Theta Eta chapter has been a part of the Old Dominion Greek community since November 2013. Together we help our members reach their full potential through community service, active leadership, and responsible citizenship. Our community service activities work closely with the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. Together, we partner up with local troops and facilitate hands-on activities for them to learn the importance of being a good friend, striving to do well in school and encouraging them to be confident. Every year we host our Shamrock event, where we fundraise for Prevent Child Abuse America (PCAA) and their local branch, Champions for Children, here in Hampton Roads. The Confidence Coalition is our national platform. We use the Confidence Coalition to inspire our members to live values-based lives and build confidence in everyone around them. Kappa Delta also values our academic program that facilitates goal setting and helping our members reach their goals. Our members were honored to achieve the highest PHC GPA for the Spring 2016 semester. Kappa Delta is excited you are interested in joining greek life here at Old Dominion!
- Stephanie Michin, Kappa Delta President
Pi Beta Phi
The Virginia Delta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi has been a member of the Old Dominion Panhellenic Community for now 51 years and national's fraternity is almost 150 years old! We want you to know how excited we are that you are interested in the amazing Panhellenic sisterhood here at ODU! Pi Beta Phi strives to eliminate illiteracy at local elementary schools in Norfolk as well as nationally by holding philanthropy events such as ArrowSpike, Pie a Pi Phi, and Speed Read. As a chapter, we strive to hold ourselves to our core values of integrity, honor, and respect, sincere friendship, philanthropic service to others, personal and intellectual growth, and lifelong commitment. We look forward to meeting everyone during Fall Formal Recruitment!
- Sara Sieracki, Pi Beta Phi President
Sigma Sigma Sigma
The Theta Eta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma is thrilled that you are considering in joining the Panhellenic community at Old Dominion University! Tri-Sigma got our start at ODU in the fall of 2015, and we are excited that you're interested in helping us grow. Our main purpose as a sorority is to serve children through the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation. Tri Sigma is focused on the advancement and success of our members, not just for four years, but for life. We offer a variety of leadership and scholarship opportunities to our members so we can become the best women we can be. The women of Tri Sigma cannot wait to meet you during Fall Recruitment, and we hope you find your home in a Panhellenic sisterhood!
- Michaela Banks, Sigma Sigma Sigma President
Zeta Tau Alpha
The Ladies of the Iota Sigma Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha have been a part of the Old Dominion Community since 1987. Our national philanthropy is Breast Cancer Education and Awareness. Throughout the year we volunteer and raise awareness in order to have the greatest impact on our local and national community. We have several fundraising events on and off campus that include Big Man on Campus, Slime a Zeta, Kicks for a Cause, and Breast Cancer Bingo. Zeta Tau Alpha values loyalty, responsibility, scholarship, and service. Above all else, we value our strong and supportive sisterhood because Zeta is forever. Our sisters believe that love is the greatest of all things and we strive to exemplify our sorority's values every day, by being the best version of yourself possible.
- Alyssa Germanos, Zeta Tau Alpha President
Panhellenic Council Creed "We, as undergraduate members of women’s fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, as fraternity women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic Life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to life."