University of Toledo National Panhellenic Conference 

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A sorority woman’s first priority is her academics.  The chapter’s first priority is for all members to be academically successful.  From the moment a woman joins her chapter, she receives support from her sisters in her studies.  Each Panhellenic sorority has mentorship programs, study groups, study hours, sessions on study skills, and other tools to help her succeed.  The Greek Village even offers All Greek study sessions and a small computer lab that all members have access to.  No matter what chapter you join, there will always be someone willing to help you succeed.


As a result of their commitment to academic excellence, sorority members consistently receive higher grades and overall GPAs than those not involved in Greek Life.  Certain GPAs are required to join and also maintain membership into one's chapter, which is an incentive for all to focus on their academics.  Sorority women also report enjoying college more, are more likely to graduate, and to stay involved with their alma mater as alumnae. 


This is just one of the many reasons why so many students are involved in Panhellenic sororities here at the University of Toledo.  Women in sororities are involved in all different types of majors including the college of nursing,  pharmacy, engineering, business, law, arts, health and human services, and so many more!  No matter how busy students may be with their academics, sororities make it easier to succeed by providing tools to effectively study, a motivated study environment. and a close support group from others.

UT's Panhellenic Council also awards various scholarships each year; one for a new member, one for an active member, and one for girls signing up for recruitment.