Sorority Life

As sorority women we value leadership, scholarship, friendship and service. As a member, women can hold leaderships roles or be on committees within their chapter, providing them with unique opportunities to learn and grow as a leader. Sororities also offer women the opportunity to be connected to women in a variety of majors and grades at Willamette, as well as connected with a national network of alumnae.

All of Willamette's sorority chapters place a high premium on academic integrity.

Spring 2017 Average GPAs:

Alpha Chi Omega - 3.522

Alpha Phi - 3.221

Delta Gamma - 3.435

Pi Beta Phi - 3.349

Sorority women also contribute time to philanthropies. Alpha Chi Omega focuses on domestic violence and members volunteer at the MidValley Women's crisis center, among other projects. Their major philanthropy event is A Capella night, which raised over $8,000 for MidValley in 2013. They also established an awareness week in Fall of 2013. The 2014 event will be happening in February. Delta Gamma's national philanthropy is Service for Sight and they volunteer in the Oregon State Library's Talking Books and Braille Services. Their major philanthropy event is Anchor Splash, a week long event in the Fall semester that raises awareness money for organizations that support the blind and visually impaired, including the Delta Gamma Foundation. Pi Beta Phi focuses on literacy and their national organization donates to organizations targeted at improving literacy under The Literacy Fund through Pi Beta Phi Foundation. Their Fall event, Pie with Pi Phi, raises awareness and money for literacy organizations, and they are starting Arrow Spike, a volleyball tournament fundraised, Spring of 2014.

Sorority members are involved in almost every extra-curricular activity on campus: varsity and club athletics, Opening Days leaders, working in the Writing Center and Career Center, clubs, off-campus internships, WEMS, interns in the OMA and the CSL office. Being a member of a sorority means that women are connected to many organizations, and motivated to get involved all across Willamette's campus and beyond.