2013 USC Panhellenic Board Mission Statement
Let it be known that the 2013 Panhellenic Council is committed to collectively acting as a role model for both the Panhellenic and university communities.
The 2013 University of Southern California Panhellenic Council is committed to creating a unified, multi-faceted Greek community by empowering women to discover their fullest potential through continued community service, campus involvement, interfraternal collaboration, and academic dedication.
We encourage each chapter member to cultivate her strengths while recognizing herself as a part of a broader sisterhood dedicated to acting for the greater good.
What is PHC?
The Panhellenic Council represents the eleven chapters of the National Panhellenic Conference that are chartered at the University of Southern California.
The Panhellenic Council is the coordinating body for activities that promote the common interests of all the sororities on USC's campus. Panhellenic offers a wide variety of programs for members ranging from networking opportunities, job fairs, intramural sports, educational programs and community service activities. The Panhellenic Council also sponsors and coordinates USC's Sorority Recruitment program, which includes formal recruitment in the fall as well as continuous open bidding in the spring.
One of the greatest advantages of Greek life is the sisterhood that links you with the other members of your chapter. Through countless similarities with your fellow house members, paired with just as many unique aspects within each individual members, sorority women truly become sisters for life. These lifelong friendships create numerous opportunities for networking and social interaction.