About CPC

The object of the College Panhellenic Council (CPC) is to develop and maintain fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment, and in so doing:

  1. Consider the goals and ideals of member chapters as continually applicable to campus and personal life.
  2. Promote superior scholarship as basic to intellectual achievement.
  3. Cooperate with member fraternities and the university administration in concern for and maintenance of high social and moral standards.
  4. Act in accordance with the National Panhellenic Conference unanimous agreements and policies.
  5. Act in accordance with such rules established by the CPC as do not violate the sovereignty, rights and privileges of member fraternities.

How To Join

Sororities of CPC have a lot to offer students at UT Dallas. Download the CPC Recruitment E-book (PDF) to learn more about our story and the recruitment process.

Formal recruitment will take place on Sept. 11-13, 2015. Register online for Panhellenic Recruitment. Last day to register is Sept. 9.

Rho Gammas: Recruitment Counselors

Each year, CPC selects women from each sorority to serve as recruitment counselors—also known as Rho Gammas. These women disaffiliate from their own sorority for the formal recruitment process. Their term goes through the week of recruitment in order to provide the potential new member the most unbiased and fair experience.

As part of their disaffiliation, they have no contact with their own sorority until recruitment is completed. Their affiliation is kept a secret until it is revealed to everyone on Bid Day. Their main role is to guide students through the recruitment process and to provide unbiased advice and answers to questions.

Once a student registers for recruitment, they will be assigned a Rho Gamma Group. They will meet with their group throughout the course of recruitment in order to start building friendships with other women going through the recruitment process.

Governing Documents

Panhellenic Executive Board

Miranda Harman

Miranda Harman
President

Monica Garza

Monica Garza
Vice President

Anjali James

Anjali James
Treasurer

Emily Miznazi

Emily Miznazi
Recruitment

Nancy Tran

Nancy Tran
Public Relations

Brianna Harrington

Brianna Harrington
Secretary

Chapters

Letters Alpha Gamma Delta
Chapter Alpha Gamma Delta
Founded May 30, 1904
Syracuse University, NY
UTD Chapter Founded April 3, 1992
Colors Red, Buff and Green
Symbols Pearl and Squirrel
Flower Red and Buff Rose
Philanthropy Scottish Rite Hospital, Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation
Local Website utdallas.alphagammadelta.org
National Website alphagammadelta.org

Letters Delta Delta Delta
Chapter Delta Delta Delta
Founded Nov. 27, 1888
Boston University, MA
UTD Chapter Founded Nov. 10, 2007
Colors Silver, Gold and Blue
Symbols Dolphin and Trident
Flower Pansy
Philanthropy St. Jude Children's Hospital
Local Website utdallas.tridelta.org
National Website tridelta.org

Letters Delta Zeta
Chapter Delta Zeta
Founded Oct. 24, 1902
Miami University, OH
UTD Chapter Founded Dec. 7, 2014
Colors Rose and Green
Symbols Roman Lamp and Turtle
Flower Pink Killarney Rose
Philanthropy Speech and Hearing, Painted Turtle Camp
Local Website utddeltazeta.com
National Website deltazeta.org

Letters Kappa Alpha Theta
Chapter Kappa Alpha Theta
Founded Jan. 27, 1870
DePauw University, IN
UTD Chapter Founded March 9, 1996
Colors Black and Gold
Symbols Kite and Twin Stars
Flower Black and Gold Pansy
Philanthropy Court Appointed Special Advocates, Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation
Local Website utdtheta.com
National Website kappaalphatheta.org

National Governing Body
National Panhellenic Conference
npcwomen.org