What is a Sorority?
A Sorority is a sisterhood. It is a small group of women who work and interact closely together. So much of the college experience is sharing: sharing ideas, sharing concerns, sharing fun, sharing friends. Sorority membership provides a unique form of group experience designed especially for sharing.
Sorority membership enables you to make lasting friendships, to develop leadership qualities, and to better organize your time. Individual growth is encouraged. A member does not become what her group is, but rather it becomes what she is.
All sororities are essentially idealistic, committed to high principles and worthwhile endeavors. The guiding principle of each sorority is that of developing the greatest potential of each member according to her individual talents, skills, and personality. Sorority life is designed to inspire you and to help you get the most from your college experience.