The Montgomery County Panhellenic Alumnae Association is a volunteer organization made up of sorority alumnae women who support and promote Greek Life. The volunteers help young women entering or attending college by informing them of the recruitment process, writing recommendations, and sharing Greek life experiences.
The Montgomery County Panhellenic Alumnae Association is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference. The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is the premier advocacy and support organization for the advancement of the sorority experience.
The National Panhellenic Conference provides support and guidance for its 26 member inter/national sororities/women’s fraternities and serves as the national voice on contemporary issues of sorority life. Founded in 1902, NPC is one of the oldest and largest women’s membership organizations representing more than 4 million women at 655 college/university campuses and 4,500 local alumnae chapters in the U.S. and Canada. Each year, NPC-affiliated collegians and alumnae donate more than $5 million to worthy causes, provide $2.8 million in scholarships to women and volunteer 500,000 hours in their communities.
THIS WE BELIEVE
Fraternity is a social experience based on the fundamental right of a free people to form voluntary associations. It is one of the enrichments of college life.
The young woman who wants fraternity experience will find it possible to belong on most campuses today. Fraternity membership is a social experience arrived at by mutual choice and selection. Fraternity membership is by invitation.
Fraternities Exist Because They:
Provide a good democratic social experience.
Give value beyond college years.
Create, through their ideals, an ever-widening circle of service beyond the membership.
Develop the individual's potential through leadership opportunities and group effort.
Fill the need of belonging.
Fraternities Continue Because:
Young women feel a continuing need to belong. Parents appreciate fraternity values and standards and cooperate to make membership possible. College administrations, recognizing the values of fraternities, continue to welcome them on their campuses and to invite them to establish new chapters.