Welcome to College Panhellenic (CPH) at Middle Tennessee State University! On behalf of the executive board of panhellenic and the six chapters that make up our Panhellenic community, we are thrilled that you are considering Fraternity and Sorority Life. Please take the next few minutes to browse our website and discover just a glimpse of what our sisterhood means to us!
Joining a sorority here at MTSU means you are entering the most prominent on-campus women’s organization at MTSU! You are not only joining one chapter but a community built by all six chapters here! Our community is composed of six amazing NPC organizations. All of these chapters excel in areas such as academics, leadership, philanthropic involvement, and campus involvement. We are so honored to have many student leaders who are committed to serving the Panhellenic system by demonstrating the values and excellence we work to uphold on our campus.
Sorority involvement continues to allow women to be a part of the tradition of excellence MTSU Greek Life strives to sustain. While there are six individual chapters at MTSU, we all form one close-knit Panhellenic sisterhood dedicated to bettering ourselves, our community, and our school. The Panhellenic Council works closely with two other incredible Greek Councils on campus to accomplish our goals and positively impact society: the Inter-fraternity Council (IFC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC).
You can locate information about our Panhellenic community, executive board, recruitment, and beautiful chapters on our website. We encourage you to explore the possibilities and imagine what Panhellenic life could mean for you. Being a Greek Life member is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that I know you will not regret. Whether you are counting down the days till recruitment or you are still on the fence about Greek Life, I hope you will take the time to check out all of the information provided on our website!
Always feel free to reach out to any affiliated woman for more information. You are welcome here.
College Panhellenic President