What is The Panhellenic Association at Towson?
The Panhellenic Association (PHA), which is part of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), serves as the governing council to 10 national sororities at Towson University. The Panhellenic Association at Towson is one of the five Greek governing councils. The council consists of over 1,000 sorority women and is responsible for promoting positive relations between sororities, coordinating council-wide activities, formal recruitment, informal recruitment and the council’s annual philanthropic event benefiting the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation.
Built on the principles of community, leadership, scholarship and service, the PHA strives to hold prominent leadership positions within the Towson University community, hold a higher GPA compared with the overall student body and complete thousands of service hours each year. In addition, the council is dedicated to providing its members with endless leadership, friendship and community service opportunities.
The Panhellenic Association has general meetings Mondays in Chesapeake room 1, located in the University Union, at 4:30pm. These meetings are a time when all ten of the Panhellenic sororities come together to discuss what is happening within our community. Anyone in or is interested in the Panhellenic Association is welcome to attend these meetings.