The Panhellenic Community at Northeastern University is fortunately very connected, as the Panhellenic Council encourages bonding through various events, such as Panhellenic Pairs. Our women make sure to share experiences and attend events held by our organizations to show support to Fraternity and Sorority Life at Northeastern University. Our Panhellenic Community works to eliminate boundaries between our organizations and encourage sincere relations across our organizations.



As Panhellenic Women, we are passionate about giving back to our surrounding communities. Northeastern University is located in Boston, Massachusetts, and we make sure that our Panhellenic Community takes advantage of opportunities to support our communities. Our women participate in events and activities throughout the year, including the Boston Athletic Association, Mission Hill Breakfast Club, and Relay for Life.

In addition to these events and activities in our surrounding communities, our organizations also host events and activities to serve regional organizations throughout the year, including the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.


Leadership within the Northeastern University Panhellenic Council is strongly encouraged through the various available positions and activities. There are sixteen roles that our women are invited to participate in throughout the year. The women in these roles guide our Panhellenic Community, from expanding our network during Formal Recruitment to supporting our women during Relay for Life. During your experiences at Northeastern University, the Council will be responsible with providing opportunities and resources in your personal development.

Our women are also involved in hundreds of organizations, including Council for University Programming, Love Your Melon, Strong Women Strong Girls, and Student Government Association. Our women also participate in various roles across Northeastern University, including Husky Ambassadors, Orientation Leaders, and Resident Assistants.



We are dedicated to our educational endeavors at Northeastern University, and we are proud that our women are able to juggle their responsibilities associated with their education, work, and extracurricular activities. The Panhellenic Council supports scholarship through opportunities and resources, such as the Order of Omega and the Scholarship Fund. We also celebrate our achievements during the Month of the Scholar, in which we promote events sponsored by other organizations at Northeastern University and encourage study hours for the Panhellenic Community.

Our women have earned prestigious opportunities to advance educational endeavors during their experiences at Northeastern University, including the Boren Scholarship, Goldwater Scholarship, and the Marshall Scholarship.

Our women also study abroad at academic institutions together, including Bond University in Australia and London School of Economics in England. Our women are never alone in their educational endeavors, from Boston, Massachusetts to Tokyo, Japan.