Spring Panhellenic Information Sessions

The sororities at Cambridge will be hosting information sessions Jan. 26 and Feb. 1, 2022. These sessions will share more about the sorority experience and the organizations in Cambridge. Registration is now open for the spring sessions!

What sororities are at Cambridge?

Alpha Phi

Alpha Phi was founded in 1872 at Syracuse University. Alpha Phi values sisterhood, scholarship, service, leadership, loyalty and character development. Alpha Phi’s philanthropy is the Alpha Phi Foundation with a focus on improving women’s heart health.

Delta Gamma

Delta Gamma was founded in 1873 at the Lewis School for Girls. Delta Gamma values fostering friendship among women, promoting educational and cultural interests, creating a sense of social responsibility and developing the qualities of character. Delta Gamma’s philanthropy is Service for Sight. Delta Gamma will be re-establishing in spring 2022.

Kappa Alpha Theta

Kappa Alpha Theta was founded in 1870 at DePauw University. Kappa Alpha Theta values scholarship, service, leadership, personal excellence and friendship/sisterhood. Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (CASA) is Kappa Alpha Theta’s philanthropy. Kappa Alpha Theta will be re-establishing in spring 2022.

Why join a sorority?

Sorority women learn vital life skills that can be a launch pad for personal and career success. The modern sorority experience offers a community of women that value personal development, sisterhood, volunteer and service opportunities. Joining a sorority can provide you with all of these benefits and more.

Fall 2021 Virtual Information Sessions

Cambridge sororities hosted a virtual info session on Nov. 18, 2021. You can watch the recording of this session now. In the recording, you’ll learn more about the organizations and what the sorority experience has to offer.

Frequently Asked Questions

With sorority membership comes plenty of questions and we want to help. We have compiled our most frequently asked questions from students and caregivers about the sorority experience.

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Mentorship and Support Provided by Sorority Alumnae

Alumnae play a large role in the success of NPC organizations. Some alumnae work with local chapters and others volunteer at the regional or national level to support collegiate members. This takes different forms, but is ultimately a relationship of mentorship.

Profressional Benefits of Joining a Sorority

National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities are social organizations, but they also provide leadership training and career development opportunities for their members. One of the priorities of each organization is to provide its members with the necessary skills to thrive in a professional environment.

How Sororities Help Members Achieve Academic Goals

Joining a sorority allows members to create fun memories and grow as women. But, sorority women are students first. Academic achievement is a top priority for Panhellenic organizations, and every chapter has its own way of helping members succeed in school.

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