Panhellenic Association (PHA) serves as the governing body for our National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities, Delta Zeta, Phi Sigma Sigma, and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Our PHA is comprised of a five-member executive board as well as delegates from each sorority. The purpose of PHA is to facilitate positive relations between our three sororities, as well as the campus and community through the coordination of events that foster philanthropy, personal growth, and campus involvement. PHA also works closely with Lindenwood’s Interfraternity Council (IFC) to improve the Greek community on campus. Through our affiliation with the NPC, we are able to create a campus environment that empowers our women to be the best they can be and to be strong leaders both on campus and in the community. For more information on how to become involved, please contact the Panhellenic Association President or the Program Manager, Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Vice-President of Administration
Director of Recruitment
Director of Community Advancement
Director of Public Relations
Director of Programs
Delta Zeta has enriched the lives of many alumnae and collegiate members in the United States and Canada. The Delta Zeta Foundation is a non-profit organization based on scholarships, leadership, philanthropy, and education that continues to enrich our members and enables them to enrich the lives of those in need. Our chapter here at Lindenwood was founded in 1992. With a rich campus history the Omicron Omicron chapter is the longest standing sorority at the University. Delta Zeta has been recognized as a leader on campus and in the St. Charles community. We are located on the bottom floor of Blanton Hall. The chapter room is a recently remodeled and fully furnished lounge. Academics, philanthropy, and sisterhood are the core values of Delta Zeta.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Founded at Lindenwood University in the fall of 2016, Phi Sigma Sigma prides itself on being a “dynamic sisterhood of powerful women fostering uncompromising principles, igniting positive change and embracing individuality”. The mission of Phi Sigma Sigma is “to inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood.” By raising money for the Phi Sigma Sigma foundation, affiliated women at Lindenwood University are able to help prepare students for K-12 and higher education. Phi Sigma Sigma is dedicated to being a force for change both on campus and in the community. We are looking for new members to grow our chapter and help foster sisterhood among all sororities on campus!
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Sigma Sigma Sigma, also called Tri Sigma, is a national sorority open to all women who are academically, philanthropically, and socially ambitious. The sorority has more than 100,000 members at 110 nationwide college campuses. Tri Sigma creates women of character by living their values of wisdom, power, faith, hope, and love. The Theta Delta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma at Lindenwood is a thriving and growing organization that focuses on the theme, “Sigma Serves Children.” The women of Tri Sigma engage in a variety of philanthropic efforts for the betterment of young kids. The chapter stands for lifelong sorority experience and friendship, which functions as a non-profit corporation. Tri Sigma’s goal is to establish a lifelong bond of perpetual friendship as well as empower the individual woman. “Tri Sigma Empowers,” the organization's new slogan, truly exemplifies how a sorority experience can be a lifelong benefit. Currently, Tri Sigma sisters live in the bottom floor of Calvert Rogers Hall, where they spend time together in their recently renovated chapter room suite.