Stephen F. Austin State University

Panhellenic Council (NPC)

SFA Panhellenic Council

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is the umbrella organization for 26 national and international sororities. SFA Panhellenic is coordinating body of the five NPC sororities at SFA. SFA Panhellenic coordinates recruitment, provides programming and activities for sorority women, promotes lumberjack spirit and works as a self-governing support system for our chapters.

Our Panhellenic women are held to a higher standards in all areas, especially academics. In Fall 2016, the SFA Panhellenic GPA was 3.07 and in Spring 2017, the SFA Panhellenic GPA was 3.13, both of which are well above the all women's undergraduate GPA. During Fall 2016, ten percent of Panhellenic women were on the President's List and 23% of Panhellenic women were on the Dean's List with a GPA at 3.5 or above and in Spring 2017, 14% of Panhellenic women were on the President's List and 21% of Panhellenic women were on the Dean's List. Panhellenic women strive for academic success.

During the 2016-2017 academic school year, Panhellenic Council contributed over 100,000 hours of service to both national philanthropies and the Nacogdoches community. The five NPC sororities raised over $150,000 benefiting various philanthropies.

Our women value academics, philanthropy, sisterhood and of course, Lumberjack spirit! Choosing to become a Panhellenic woman is more than just for four years, it is for a lifetime commitment.

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