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Are you a second semester freshmen eager to join Greek Life? Or maybe you’re not sure if it’s for you and are wondering if you should give it a go. You might even be an upperclassmen who hasn’t found their home on campus yet. Greek Life at Loyola might be for you!

Loyola’s Panhellenic community consists of 6 chapters of social sororities. Each chapter strives in their own individual ways to make a difference within the community. The women that make up these chapters have a similar passion for philanthropy, sisterhood and scholarship.

Here is a sneak peek into what each chapter is all about…

Alpha Chi Omega

Motto: “Together let us seek new heights”

Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green

Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness, Prevention and Education

Flower: Red Carnation

Founded: October 15, 1885



“Alpha Chi Omega means having a home away from home for me. It means having sisters who are there for you in good times and in bad, and a lifelong bond that I’ll never forget!” – Christy Vargas; Alpha Chi Omega sister and Her Campus LUC Co-President

Alpha Delta Pi

Motto: “We Live For Each Other”

Colors: Azure Blue and White

Mascot: the Lion

Flower: Woodland Violet

Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Charities

Founded: May 15, 1851 (first sorority ever!)



“Alpha Delta Pi is a place where I can be myself, push my leadership skills, and be surrounded by 120+ empowering women. I have always felt that Alpha Delta Pi was more than just a sorority but a home on campus. A place where I was able to be the best version of myself and always pushed to be better. I didn’t know if Greek Life was for me at first but now that I am about to graduate, I am so happy that I didn’t avoid all the joy that now fills my life.” – Sidney Reed, sister of Alpha Delta Pi

Alpha Sigma Alpha


Motto: “aspire. seek. attain.”

Colors: Crimson and Pure White — Secondary: Palm Green and Gold

Jewels: Pearl and Ruby

Flower: Fall – Aster Spring – Narcissus

Philanthropy: Special Olympics

Founded: November 15, 1901



“ASA to me is my home away from home where I am always comfortable and surrounded by nothing but good vibes. It is an organization I am proud to be a part of because it challenges me to become a better person everyday and continues to teach me so much about myself and others.” – Suzie Dehleh, sister of Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Chi Omega

Motto: “Sisters on purpose”

Colors: Cardinal & Straw

Mascot: Owl

Flower: White Carnation

Philanthropy: Make-A-Wish Foundation

Founded: April 5, 1895


Kappa Kappa Gamma

Colors: Dark Blue & Light Blue

Symbol: a Key, Fleur-de-Lis, Owl

Jewel: Sapphire

Flower: Iris

Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental

Founded: October 13, 1870



Being 5,000 miles from home, Kappa truly has become a home away from home for me.” – Mika Geringer, sister of Kappa Kappa Gamma

Phi Sigma Sigma

Motto: “Aim High”

Colors: King Blue and Gold

Symbol: Sphinx

Jewel: Sapphire

Flower: American Beauty Rose

Philanthropy: Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation and Stroke Awareness

Founded: November 26, 1913


“To me, Phi Sig means surrounding yourself with passionate women who have your best interest at heart.” – Yanna Falkiewicz, sister of Phi Sigma Sigma 


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Samantha (Sammi) Saliba is currently a Junior at Loyola University Chicago studying Public Relations and Marketing. She is also the Co-President of Her Campus chapter at Loyola and is the blogger and brains behind ambitiouslifeofacitygirl.com! A member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Vice President of Loyola's Communications Honors Society and intern at a couple of companies, she never fails to stay busy and ambitious. Samantha aspires to one day own her own fashion PR firm in California, start a non- profit for sex-trafficking victims and have 75 puppies. 
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