Sororities have long history at Butler, with the first chapter
established in 1874. Representatives of each sorority comprise
Butler's Panhellenic Association. The primary focus of Panhel is to
foster unity and encourage high standards among all sorority women
and to work for the good of Butler University and its women
students. In addition, Panhel coordinates women's recruitment,
sponsors philanthropic and service initiatives, and collaborates
with the Interfraternity Council and other student organizations to
sponsor all-campus events.
Prospective sorority women are encouraged to consider the
recruitment process as a way of becoming a member of the
Panhellenic Association and the Greek community. By considering
Panhellenic as a whole, we hope you will keep an open mind about
all the chapters. Look at what each sorority has to offer and what
makes each unique. After all, together we all share a common goal,
and we are all a part of Panhellenic.