Manitoba's Panhellenic Council was established in 1928. When founded, there were three sororities to govern: Alpha Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, and Kappa Kappa Gamma. Since then, Manitoba has seen the disbanding of Gamma Phi Beta and Kappa Kappa Gamma, and the addition of Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Delta Pi chapters which continue to grow along with Alpha Phi.
Letter from Maddi,
Hello and welcome to the University of Manitoba Panhellenic Website. I hope that going through this website gives you a glimpse into what Greek life at the UofM is like and inspires you to check out our recruitment this fall.
The Panhellenic community is always evolving and changing. We pride ourselves on being a diverse and accepting organization that challenges each member to continually be learning and improving. Being in a sorority is about so much more than wearing letters on a shirt, it is about striving to be the best selves we can be with the support and encouragement of our sisters.
Joining a sorority was one of the best decisions in my university career. My sisters have helped me through the up and downs, the good and the bad. I have grown as a leader, found success academically, and found myself evolving into the person I have always wanted to be.
I encourage you to go through this website and get to know more about each of our wonderful chapters. Here you will hopefully find all the information you need about recruitment and Greek life, and if not feel free to reach out to us through our social media and we will be happy to answer any questions you have!
I hope to see you at recruitment!
Panhellenic President 2020