Alumnae Panhellenics may be made up of a group of alumnae from different National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member organizations meeting regularly for social gatherings. Or, they may be fully structured organizations that have regular meetings, fundraise and publicly promote the sorority experience.
Alumnae Panhellenics have an important function in informing the public about the value of the sorority experience and updating members on matters of interest. This function is best carried out when alumnae of all 26 NPC member organizations are represented. Any alumna of an NPC sorority is eligible to represent her organization if she meets its qualifications.
Alumnae Panhellenics set up their own organizations and carry out programs in line with the needs and interests of their community. In addition to the social aspect of membership, many Alumnae Panhellenics enhance the sorority community through scholarship awards, annual educational and informational events for potential new members, philanthropic projects, community service and civic leadership.
If located in a college or university community, an Alumnae Panhellenic can give valuable support to a College Panhellenic if requested.
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If you have questions about joining or starting an Alumnae Panhellenic in your community, please contact the NPC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-872-3185.