The Purpose of Panhellenic
As members of the NPC, the Panhellenic Association follows all regulations and standards set forth by the NPC. The Association promotes the ideals and standards that are the foundations of sorority life. This is accomplished through recruitment, new member education, philanthropic events, social activities, scholastic achievement, and various other programs held throughout the year. The basis for these activities lie within the strong character and the deep friendships that define sorority women. The goal of the Panhellenic Association is to unite sorority women, thus serving the college community, creating mutual respect for all sisters, and enhancing sorority life.
The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) consists of 26 national
sororities that have chapters established at colleges around the country.
At The College of New Jersey, there are nine sororities that are members
of the NPC, and these nine organizations comprise the Panhellenic
Association at TCNJ.
Alpha Xi Delta
Delta Phi Epsilon
Phi Sigma Sigma
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Theta Phi Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha