The Panhellenic Chapters of the University of Southern California
USC has a strong Panhellenic presence of twelve nationally recognized houses. Our chapters consist of the following:
Alpha Chi Omega
We are the Epsilon chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. Our chapter was founded at the University of Southern California on June 16, 1895, making it the first chapter of Alpha Chi Omega west of the Mississippi and fifth overall. This marks our 116th year at USC, making us the oldest continuous sorority on campus! Talk about proudly wearing the lyre! For more information, please visit http://uscaxo.org/.
Alpha Delta Chi
Alpha Delta Chi is a sorority founded in Christ. We exist on this campus to strengthen spiritual lives and testimonies, promote higher scholastic standards, and provide social fellowship among our members. For more information, please visit www.uscadx.org.
Alpha Delta Pi
The Alpha Psi Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi at the University of Southern California was founded in 1925. Our "Pi Palace" (formerly a French consulate) is known as "The House that was Built on Dimes", as the house was purchased with dimes collected by the sisters of Alpha Psi. Since 1925, the women of Alpha Psi have continued to maintain a strong presence on campus. In 2009, we were awarded by the university for excellence in community service, membership development and scholarship. For more information, visit
Alpha Gamma Delta
The Delta Alpha chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta offers a home to involved, diverse, motivated and overall well-rounded women! We promote a spirit of academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership, campus involvement, personal development and above all, a spirit of loving sisterhood. We encourage our sisters to live with purpose and make an impact on the world. For more information, visit www.uscalphagammadelta.com.
Alpha Phi consists of amazing girls from all over the world who come together to share their interests, love, and support. Alpha Phi’s are extremely involved on campus through a variety of majors, leadership in multiple organizations, and philanthropic events. While maintaining a high GPA, the girls in Alpha Phi always find time for sisterhood and to take part in our exciting social calendar. We feel proud to call Alpha Phi our home!
For more information, visit http://www.alphaphiusc.org/.
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta offers young women a rich heritage of lasting friendships among women who share common goals and values. Values of truth, self-sacrifice and friendship. The perpetual bond of friendship among members has inspired generations of women to devote themselves to unselfish leadership and to a sisterhood that lasts a lifetime. Please visit our USC Delta Delta Delta website - usc-tridelta.org- for more photos and information!
Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character. Visit our website at http://uscdeltagamma.com
Gamma Phi Beta
Since 1934, the Beta Alpha chapter of Gamma Phi Beta has offered its members a strong sisterhood and an abundance of opportunities. Whether we're working hard to raise money for Troy Camp, studying hard for exams, or exploring the city on a sisterhood event, Gamma Phi Betas work hard to live up to our sorority creed: Love, Labor, Learning, and Loyalty. Please head to http://www.uscgammaphibeta.com/ for more information!
Kappa Alpha Theta
Welcome to Kappa Alpha Theta at the University of Southern California! Theta sisterhood is like no other; it's encompassed by women from all over the world who share the joy of compassion, love & loyalty. As sisters, we pride ourselves in our academic achievements, strong philanthropic endeavors, and our ability to balance it all on top of a packed social calendar. Thetas are involved in over 50 volunteer, athletic and academic groups on campus, yet still manage to maintain one of the highest GPAs on the row Visit our website for more information - http://www.usctheta.org/.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
The Delta Tau Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma has been home to diverse, driven, and outgoing women since our founding in 1947. We are a chapter comprised of approximately 200 young women who are a constant support system for one another throughout all aspects of college life. Whether it's a day at the beach, studying for finals, or a night out on the town - Kappas can always count on each other. Being members of Kappa Kappa Gamma has filled our time at USC with unforgettable memories and a special bond that will last a lifetime. For more information please visit our website http://www.usckkg.com!
Sigma Delta Tau
The Mu chapter of Sigma Delta Tau was originally founded at USC on July 18, 1927, only 10 years after the very first SigDelt chapter was created. The Mu chapter dissolved, and was not recolonized until 2007. SigDelt was the first new Panhellenic sorority at USC in over 40 years! We are growing fast, but we are also going through an exciting time where traditions are still being established. For more information about our chapter, go to http://www.uscsigmadeltatau.com/
Pi Beta Phi
Girls from all over the world, from all different backgrounds and interests come together in a house we all feel lucky to call home. Our relationships grow stronger each semester, making the return to school something that we always look forward to. Having these friends to call sisters and this house to call home is a phenomenal experience. We all feel extremely lucky to be members of Pi Beta Phi here at USC. For more information, please visit http://www.uscpiphi.org/.