Greek Life

Panhellenic Association

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.


Panhellenic Association Supports Interfraternity Council Vote

Released November 11, 2017

The Panhellenic Association at the University of Michigan supports the vote made by the Interfraternity Council on November 9th, 2017 to suspend all Interfraternity Council social activities and new member education in the interim. This decision specifically pertains to the aforementioned council, but inevitably impacts the Greek Community as a whole.



Alpha Omicron Financial and Housing Information

2017-2018 School Year

1408 Washtenaw
Capacity: 40

Amenities:

  • Doubles, triples, quad and various room arrangements
  • Meal plan for out-of-house members
  • Kitchen
  • Security system with video and fire alarm
  • Study room
  • Lounge/TV Room
  • Large yard for recreation
  • Spacious outdoor patio
  • Parking spaces and bike rack
  • Brand new furniture
  • Washer and dryer
  • Fully furnished common areas
  • Wireless internet

 


Junior Panhellenic

The Junior Panhellenic is an educational and service program sponsored by and modeled on the greater College Panhellenic. It is composed of two representatives of each recognized Panhel chapter on campus, who are new members and newly initiated members. Junior Panhel encourages the special responsiblities and good campus citizenship that all sorority membership entails while fostering intersorority relationships. 


Panhellenic Women Attend Leadership Connection in May 2016

This past May, five panhellenic women represented the Ppanhellenic Association at Leadership Connection, a leadership summit hosted at Camp Michigania by the Center for Campus Involvement. Leadership Connection brought together fifty student leaders from nineteen different student organizations across campus. Organizations represented ranged from Central Student Government and Circle K to the Society of Women Engineers and the Vietnamese Student Association. This unique event brought together leaders of our campus and created a space where collaboration and creative ideas were abundant.


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