The Panhellenic Association, established at Michigan in the first decade of the 20th century, is the organization that strives to unite National Panhellenic Conference sororities and work for their common goals. Each sorority elects a delegate to serve on the Panhellenic Council that meets weekly during the school year, sharing information, discussing issues of concern and interest, and voting on policies and procedures. Ten women are elected to serve on the Executive Board, and a staff advisor works closely with them.
A May 2014 Gallup survey of more than 30,000 college graduates across the U.S. finds that those who were members of fraternities or sororities are more likely to be “thriving” in their well-being and engaged at work than college graduates who did not go Greek.
Delta Gamma collegians and alumnae, in conjunction with the Delta Gamma Foundation and the University of Michigan’s Office of Greek Life, are sponsoring a lectureship which highlights their national philanthropy “Service for Sight.”