On behalf of the 11 sororities in the Panhellenic and over 1,000 women, welcome to the Rutgers Panhellenic Website! My name is Alexandra Zanki and I am the 2021-2022 Panhellenic Council President. I hope that through this website you can gain a better understanding of what our Panhellenic Community does and learn about what Greek Life is like here at Rutgers.

As a Panhellenic Council, we foster a community of friendly, intelligent young women and help them to make the most of their time here at Rutgers. Being in a sorority is about more than wearing letters on a sweatshirt, it’s about upholding the four pillars of Greek Life: scholarship, leadership, service, and friendship. Rutgers Panhellenic offers a supportive environment that empowers young women to grow as individuals and as members of a greater community.

Through this site, you can learn a little bit about each of our chapters, visit their various social media platforms, and learn what life is like as a Panhellenic woman. You can also find information about recruitment, upcoming events, the Coalition for Women of Color, our executive board, and council accomplishments. Contact information is also provided for all executive board members, individual chapters, and advisors.

I decided to participate in formal recruitment as a freshman to make friends at Rutgers, become more involved on campus, and make a school as large as this feel a bit more like home. The past three years I have spent in Greek Life have not only allowed me to do all of these things, but to also find myself in a community surrounded by inspiring and empowering women who have become both role models and friends, while also being able to give back to the community.

Joining a sorority has been the most rewarding experience of my college career, helping shape me into the person I am today! I encourage you to explore the different aspects of Rutgers Panhellenic and consider joining our wonderful community.

I am so excited for the year to come. Please feel free to reach out to me with any and all questions regarding Panhellenic!

Sincerely,
Alexandra Zanki