Are you interested in joining a panhellenic sorority at LMU? Participate in Panhellenic Formal Recruitment and find the chapter that is a perfect fit for you! Every recognized fraternity is founded upon various principles and values that the members mutually share. Fraternity and sorority life can add many valuable dimensions to your college experience!
January Formal Recruitment
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Why should someone register:
Panhellenic Recruitment is a great opportunity to interact with other women on campus and to learn from other's backgrounds, experiences, and stories. As you go through the process you will meet active members of the LMU community who can share about their experiences within their sorority, their time at LMU, as well as their roles as active agents of the community. LMU's Panhellenic Recruitment experience allows you to create a community with other women who are also going through the process themselves. Overall, Panhellenic offers everyone a chance to meet and converse with women as one searches to be integrated in campus life.
Timeline of Recruitment events:
Wednesday 1/27 7:00-8:30pm, 9:30-10:30pm - PNM Orientation 1
Thursday 1/28 - PNM Orientation 2
Friday 1/29 - Sisterhood Round
Saturday 1/30 - Philanthropy Day
Sunday 1/31 - Preference Day
Monday 2/1 - Bid Distribution / Bid Night
As real strong women, members of Alpha Chi Omega (ΑΧΩ) itrive to uphold the chapter’s values of character, leadership, personal development, and financial responsibility. Our values are evident in the chapter’s commitment to our philanthropy, domestic violence awareness. Alpha Chi works with the Alexandria House, a transitional home for survivors of domestic violence, located in Los Angeles. All money raised through philanthropy events such as GI Alpha Chi which is held in the fall and healthy relationships week in the spring goes toward the Alexandria House. Through Alpha Chi, you form a lasting sisterhood with the women in the chapter.
Alpha Phi (ΑΦ) is a diverse group of young woman who have bound together to uphold our pillars of service, sisterhood, and scholarship. We pride ourself in our involvement in the betterment of the LMU community. We proudly stand as the first sorority on LMU’s campus and the highest fundraising Greek org at LMU by locally supporting the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles through Alpha Phifa in the fall and Aphiasco in the spring. We are proud to wear these letters on our chest, but we take even more pride in what our organization stands for.
The Epsilon Zeta chapter of Delta Gamma (ΔΓ) at Loyola Marymount University consists of women dedicated to the ideals of friendship, scholarship, education, and social responsibility. Built on the commitment to uphold their motto, “Do Good,” the women of the chapter support those who are blind and visually impaired, known as Service for Sight. Members of Epsilon Zeta participate in hands-on service by volunteering and working with Los Angeles Children’s Blind Center, Dream Catcher Therapeutic Horse Riding Center, and Sunrise Senior Living. Each fall, Delta Gamma hosts Anchor Splash, a philanthropic event to promote Service for Sight and the Delta Gamma Foundation.
The Xi Omicron Chapter of Delta Zeta (ΔΖ) has been a member of Loyola Marymount University’s sorority community since 1986. Delta Zeta upholds the values of academic excellence, leadership development and service to others. The women of Delta Zeta aim to create life long friendships that encourage one another to reach their highest potential and enrich the lives of the one’s around them. Focusing their strengths on their national philanthropy, the Starkey Hearing Foundation, Delta Zeta women strive to support those with imparied hearing and speech. Each year the Xi Omicron chapter hosts various philanthropic events such as; Hot Wings for Hearing and Diamond Dash, along with other volunteer opportunities with local partners: Painted Turtle Camp and No Limits!
Kappa Alpha Theta (ΚΑΘ) received its charter at Loyola Marymount University in 2000. The Zeta Omega chapter of Theta here at LMU is full of leading women who exemplify the widest influence for good. Theta's strive for personal excellence in all areas of womanhood. Zeta Omega takes pride in excellent scholarship, as well as sisterhood and philanthropic involvement that allows every sister to be highly involved in not only Theta, but in life at LMU as well.
Pi Beta Phi (ΠΒΦ) raternity for Women was founded on April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College in Illinois by 12 incredible women as the first secret society for women at a time in history when only five universities admitted women as students. Pi Phi has six core values of integrity, lifelong commitment, honor and respect, personal and intellectual growth, philanthropic service to others, and sincere friendship. The California Nu chapter of Pi Beta Phi joined the LMU Panhellenic community in 2002. Pi Phi’s philanthropy project is literacy; yearly, Pi Phi holds two events: Arrowspike and Pi Beta Phry to raise money for literacy initiatives.