Panhellenic Council

Panhellenic Constitution

The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to serve as the governing body for all recognized social Greek sororities including Sigma Sigma Sigma, Gamma Upsilon, Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau, and the SLU Colony of Sigma Lambda Gamma. For more information please contact Dawn McElveen at (352) 588-8266.

Alpha Sigma Tau
National Founding Date: November 4, 1899
Chapter: Delta Upsilon
Local Founding: November 2, 2002
National Website: http://www.alphasigmatau.org/

Since its national founding in 1899, members have lived up to the same ideals to be "Active, Self-Reliant, and Trustworthy." Alpha Sigma Tau also strives to promote the ethical, social, and cultural development of its members.

Alpha Sigma Tau Symbols and Insignia

  • Official Motto: "Active, Self-Reliant, amd Trustworthy"
  • Official Colors: Emerald Green and Gold
  • Official Flowers: Yellow Rose
  • Official Jewels: The Pearl
  • Official National Symbol: Anchor
  • Official Local Symbol: Bee
  • Philanthropy: Pine Mountain Settlement School in Harlan County Kentucky and Habitat for Humanity

Gamma Upsilon Sorority

Local Founding Date: December 3, 1992

Gamma Upsilon Sorority encourages a spirit of love for all sisters and its members. To stand at all times for Integrity, Dignity, Scholarship, and Loyalty.

Gamma Upsilon Symbols and Insignia

  • Official Motto: 'Simply the Best"
  • Official Colors: Red and White
  • Official Flower: Jacqueminot Rose
  • Official Local Symbol: Panda
  • Philanthropy: Give Kids the World in Orlando, Florida

Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority

National Founding Date: April 20, 1898
Chapter: Epsilon Tau
Local Founding Date: March of 1991
National Website: http://www.sigmasigmasigma.org/

The Epsilon Tau Chapter was founded in March of 1991 at Saint Leo University. We are currently the oldest national sorority at SLU. There are currently seven sisters on the yard. All of the sisters of the Epsilon Tau Chapter are very active on SLU campus. Many of the sisters hold offices in numerous campus organizations such as Psychology Club, Greek Council, Panhellenic Council, and have been active in the New Student Orientation Program.

Sigma Sigma Sigma Symbols and Insignia

  • Official Motto: "Faithful Unto Death"
  • Official Colors: Royal Purple and White
  • Official Flower: Purple Violet
  • Official Jewel: The Pearl
  • Official National Symbol: Sailboat

Theta Phi Alpha

National Founding Date: August 30, 1912
Chapter: Beta Upsilon
Local Founding: April 9, 2005
National Website: http://www.thetaphialpha.org/

Theta Phi alpha was founded in 1912 and has many chapters and colonies across the country. The mission of Theta Phi Alpha is to create close comradeship, to advance educational, social and philanthropic interests and leadership training; to encourage spiritual development and adherence to the highest moral standards; and to promote lifelong bonds of friendship.

Theta Phi Alpha Symbols and Insignia

  • Official Motto: "Nothing great is ever achieved without much enduring"
  • Official Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue
  • Official Flower: The White Rose
  • Official Jewels; The Sapphire and The Pearl
  • Official National Symbol: The Compass
  • Philanthropy: Founders Foundation of Theta Phi Alpha, Glenmary Home Missioners

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