National Panhellenic Conference Sororities
- Alpha Chi Omega
- Alpha Delta Pi
- Chi Omega
- Delta Delta Delta
- Gamma Phi Beta
- Kappa Alpha Theta
- Kappa Delta
- Phi Sigma Sigma
- Pi Beta Phi
Culturally Based Sororities
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc.
- Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Governance of Sororities
The Quinnipiac Panhellenic Council (QPC) governs the sorority community. The QPC executive board is composed of eight executive board members who are elected by the member sororities. The executive board positions include:
- Executive Vice President
- Vice President of Recruitment
- Vice President of Finance & Fundraising
- Vice President of Community Relations
- Vice President of Communications
- Vice President of Sorority Education
- Vice President of Panhellenic Programming
The QPC executive board, Panhellenic delegates, chapter presidents and interested general members meet twice a month to discuss important topics and initiatives, community updates and upcoming programs.
Joining a Sorority
All National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities participate in Panhellenic Primary Recruitment at Quinnipiac University. Organized and facilitated by the Quinnipiac Panhellenic Council, Panhellenic Primary Recruitment takes place over Labor Day weekend. This recruitment process is the primary way to join an NPC sorority; however some chapters may choose to hold informal recruitment at other times throughout the academic year if they have vacancies in membership. For questions related to Panhellenic recruitment, please contact the Vice President of Recruitment at email@example.com or follow the Panhellenic Council on social media.
While culturally based sororities participate in Panhellenic Council meetings, programs and events and the recruitment processes are unique for these chapters. Those who are interested in joining these chapters should go to the organizations' Do You QU pages to contact chapter leadership and inquire about intake processes.