Vanderbilt University is home to 35 fraternities and sororities with over 43% of VU undergraduates belonging to the VU Greek community.
Alpha Chi Omega is a diverse group of women who value leadership, service, academic excellence and sisterhood. Alpha Chi Omega supports domestic violence awareness nationally and our local efforts benefit the YWCA of Nashille.
First. Finest. Forever. Founded in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society established for women.
Our purpose is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, promote unity and friendship among college women, study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women and to be SUPREME in service to ALL mankind
Women enriched through lifelong friendship. Exceed the expectation.
The Sigma Epsilon Chapter of Chi Omega. Recipient of the Founder's Cup, an award from Chi Omega Nationals given only to the 5 top performing chapters. Currently holds the #1 GPA in Vanderbilt Panhellenic.
Tri Delta was founded in 1888 with the vision of a women's fraternity that would inspire the ideals of truth, self-sacrifice and friendship. The Delta Gamma chapter keeps this purpose alive with our members today.
The Mission of the Intercultural Greek Council is to provide a space by which culturally based fraternities and sororities can have an experience that is holistic, relevant, and specific to the unique nuances that make up these organizations.
Theta’s rich history and strong bonds of sisterhood have made it an enduring member of the Greek community at Vanderbilt. Throughout the year, Theta is very involved in a number of service activities on and around the Vanderbilt campus.
Kappa Delta is a national sorority with more than 230,000 members. We make great things happen in women's lives, on campuses and in communities across the country.