The Panhellenic Association (“Panhel”) is the umbrella organization of MIT’s six sororities. Sororities at MIT have had a longtime reputation for being composed some of the most involved, active, and enthusiastic women on campus. Come learn a bit more about who we are, what we do, and why we love doing it!


Welcome to the MIT Panhellenic Association website!

While MIT offers various unique opportunities and experiences that distinguish the Institute from other universities across the nation, one of the many advantages that MIT offers is the possibility to join one of the nation’s best Greek communities.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is home to 6 incredible sorority chapters with over 650 total members: over 15% of the total undergraduate population. Our members come from every imaginable background and celebrate their own religions, cultures, and identities, but are united in continuous pursuit of sisterhood, scholarship, service, support, and leadership. We pride ourselves on setting an example for all of MIT to follow: sorority women captain varsity sports teams, compile high GPAs, participate in theater and musical arts, start their own companies, and publish research in top journals. Most importantly, Greek life provides the opportunity to establish bonds with the some of the most dedicated, talented, and diverse people on campus, bonds that will truly last a lifetime.

If you have any questions about Greek Life and the fraternity experience at MIT, please feel free to look over our website. If you still have any unanswered questions, contact me at panhel-president@mit.edu.


All the best,

Taylor Rose, Panhellenic President 2015