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Join the Panhellenic community – MIT’s largest organization for women on campus! Sororities are a place where you can be comfortable as an individual and be supported by a group of women who share your values. 30% of MIT undergraduate women join sororities to create lasting friendships and utilize countless opportunities for leadership, academics, careers and community service. Check out MIT’s six sorority chapters during recruitment to learn more about how Greek Life can benefit your college experience!
“My sorority has been a community where I have felt loved, where I have laughed really hard, where I have been challenged, and where I have been inspired.” – 2010 PRC
Upon visiting MIT, you may have seen women in letters or posters advertising a sorority’s philanthropy event, and you may have started to wonder about sorority life at MIT. Some of you may have never thought about joining a sorority at all, while others may have many family members and friends in sororities at other schools.
At MIT, sororities are a place where you can feel comfortable as an individual and supported by a group of women who share your values. MIT is home to six National Panhellenic Conference sororities: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Phi, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi, and Sigma Kappa. Each sorority has a distinct personality, yet all are founded on similar values. All of MIT’s sororities offer opportunities for leadership, service, academic support, and personal growth. I hope you take some time to explore each of the sororities that MIT has to offer, to meet the diverse and inspiring women in each chapter, and hopefully, to find a sorority that’s right for you!