Join our sisterhood!

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The Panhellenic Council typically holds their Primary Recruitment process during the weekend prior to the first week of classes, at the end of S&T's Orientation Week for incoming freshmen students.

About 25% of S&T female students are members of sorority life on our campus, and we aim to provide a support system for women on a campus that is 22% female.

Benefits of Joining an S&T Sorority

Academics

Our #1 priority at S&T is ensuring that we excel academically. Sorority life here benefits our academic performance, by providing study hours, file systems, study groups, exam review sessions, and so much more. The members of the Panhellenic community averaged a 3.425 GPA for the Fall 2022 semester, and sits higher than the All-Campus GPA (3.253 GPA).

Leadership & Involvement

All Panhellenic sororities place an emphasis on developing leadership skills by providing leadership opportunities, whether it's within our outside of the sorority. Each sorority has various tiers of leadership, so members can choose how involved they'd like to be. Sorority members stay involved in non-greek organizations as well, including professional societies, design teams, and service organizations.

Professional Development

Gaining internship and co-op experience can be a daunting task for any student. Sorority life provides numerous opportunities to develop professionally, including alumni networking, job opportunities, resume reviews, interview preparation, advice, and more. Over 45% of internships and co-ops taken by S&T students are given to members of Greek Life. Members have many ways to gain resume-worthy experience, including the leadership and involvement discussed in the prior section.

Service & Philanthropy

Each Panhellenic sorority has their own designated philanthropy that they raise money and donations for. Outside of this, our sorority members participate in numerous service events in the Rolla and campus community.

Chi Omega: Make A Wish Foundation

Kappa Delta: Girl Scouts of the USA & Prevent Child Abuse America

Zeta Tau Alpha: Breast Cancer Education & Awareness

Sisterhood

Being in a sorority means being a part of a lifelong sisterhood, and having people to always count on. It provides a home away from home at college, and creates memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. The transition to college can be a lot less intimidating when you have a support system to count on.