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    Welcome to the Panhellenic Association at Marquette University!

     

    I am so honored to be serving as the Panhellenic President for the 2013 calendar year. There are five National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) and three associate chapters on Marquette’s campus. NPC’s executive board is composed of 8 members that represent the various chapters on campus. These women are outstanding leaders that are devoting their time and talents to making Marquette’s Greek community stronger in collaboration with the Interfraternity and National Pan-Hellenic Councils.

     

    Currently, over 700 students are proud to say that they are a member of a sorority or fraternity, and involvement in Greek Life is on the rise. The all-Greek GPA is consistently higher than the all-University GPA, and the majority of our members are active in other organizations on campus. The Greek Community comes together various times throughout the year in strong numbers for service events such as Make a Difference Day and Hunger Clean-up and for some friendly competition and fun during Greek Week.

     

    NPC’s chapters work hard to go above and beyond the call to uphold its four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service, and sisterhood. Each chapter supports a different philanthropy and hosts numerous events and fundraisers throughout the year. We pride ourselves on being a community that allows young women to discover who they are and grow into the powerful women that they are meant to be. During the spring semester we invite potential new members to become a part our sisterhood during Formal Recruitment.  

     

    Please explore our website and learn everything that NPC has accomplished, what we have to offer, and events that will be coming up in the spring semester. Feel free to contact myself or any member of the executive board with questions regarding our positions, recruitment, or the Greek community as a whole. We would love to help anyone interested in Greek life have a better understanding of the community here at Marquette.

     

    Interfraternly,

     

    Mary Maruggi