Welcome to the Mines Panhellenic Council!
The Panhellenic Council (“Panhel”) is the umbrella organization for the four incredible sororities we have here at the Colorado School of Mines. Our sororities are: Alpha Phi, Sigma Kappa, Pi Beta Phi, and Kappa Alpha Theta. The women in these sororities are some of the most hard-working, intelligent, and enthusiastic women on campus.
Panhellenic women are some of the most well-rounded people I know. In addition to putting their hearts and souls into their sororities, these women conduct research at esteemed CSM labs and work at prestigious internships. They hold leadership positions from one corner of campus to the other, passionately participate in service projects throughout the Golden community, and are involved in an incredible number of clubs, sports teams, and organizations. Above all, the women in Panhellenic are women I can laugh with, depend on, and look up to.
On behalf of our Executive Council and our four Panhellenic chapters, I would like to thank you for your interest in our community, and invite you to learn more about Greek Life here at Mines. On this page and on our website, you can learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we love doing it. Please reach out to myself, or any member of the Panhellenic Executive Council, should any questions arise.
All the best,
Panhellenic President 2017
We are an organization that governs all of the sororities on campus. We are dedicated to developing community of women who work together to make Mines better on a daily basis.
Every other Wednesday Night! 5:00 p.m. in Sigma Kappa, Pi Phi or Alpha Phi (alternating).
During the recruitment process, members are selected to be in each sorority. Once a sorority member, they are free to attend Panhellenic Council meetings and run for positions on the executive board.