Stanislaus State currently has 10 women's sororities on campus, each with a unique mission and purpose. All 10 organizations are officially recognized with Student Leadership & Development's office and are part of one or more of the Greek councils on campus. Additionally, some groups are part of a larger National/International organization.

International/National Organizations

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), founded in 1902, is an umbrella organization for 26 inter/national women's fraternities and sororities. Three of these sororities have chapters on the Stanislaus State campus. At Stanislaus State, these organizations are part of the College Panhellenic Association.

The College Panhellenic Association coordinates an annual Formal Recruitment process held four weeks into the semester, usually in late September.

 Take a look at the Sorority Experience Video HERE, brought to you by the National Panhellenic Conference.

Panhellenic Formal Recruitment Dates

  • Thursday, September 16th 
  • Friday, September 17th 
  • Saturday, September 18th 
  • Sunday, September 19th 
  • Registration will open on May 1st, 2021

Register here for Panhellenic Recruitment!


Alpha Xi Delta

A women's fraternity dedicated to philanthropy, academics, sisterhood, and inspiring women to realize their potential.

President Name: Jaclyn Sammuli Alpha Xi Delta
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Advisor: Christy Gonzales
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Website: Alpha Xi Delta
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WarriorHub: Alpha Xi Delta
Instagram: alphaxideltacsus





Phi Sigma Sigma

This organization's purpose is to give service; promote womanhood, friendships, and cooperation among college women of all races, relations, and creeds; further the knowledge of its members, and promote philanthropic endeavors.

President: Natalie Contreras Phi Sigma Sigma
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Advisor: Clarissa Lonn-Nichols
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Website: Phi Sigma Sigma
WarriorHub: Phi Sigma Sigma
Instagram: phisigthetamu




Phi Mu

This organization promotes vibrant living while also encouraging members to achieve their personal best.

President: Melissa AndradePhi Mu
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Advisor: Jeanette Fanconi
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Website: Phi Mu
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WarriorHub: Phi Mu
Instagram: phimucsus


Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity

This is an organization of women musicians who gather to promote music in America and throughout the world.

President: Elizabeth Cochran-BryanSigma Alpha Iota
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Advisor: Dr. Deborah Kavasch
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WarriorHub: Sigma Alpha Iota





National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations

NALFO is an umbrella council for 20 Latino Greek Letter Organizations established in 1998. The purpose of NALFO is to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism, and education.

Alpha Pi Sigma

This is a Latina-based sorority founded in 1990.  Alpha Pi Sigma's mission is to unite and support women to advance academically and professionally.

President: Jocelynn BravoAlpha Pi Sigma
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Advisor: Frank Borrelli
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WarriorHub: Alpha Pi Sigma



Regional/ Local Organizations

Regional organizations have chapters at various colleges and universities throughout California. Local organizations exist solely at one college or university. These organizations are usually tied to local campus traditions and exist as individual entities, not tied to a national/international organization. Stanislaus State currently has 5 regional and local sororities.


Delta Zeta Gamma

This organization aims to provide a sisterhood of friendship and honesty, including community service, socials, leadership skills, and sisterhood events.

President: Jasmine CorenaMembers of Delta Phi Gamma
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Advisor: Hakela Davalos
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WarriorHub: Delta Zeta Gamma





Lambda Sigma Gamma Sorority, Inc.

Lambda Sigma Gamma Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1986, and it is the first and largest Multicultural sorority on the West Coast. Our purposes are to instill the desire for self-improvement, scholastic excellence, and civic responsibility and promote unity and higher education amongst women.

President: Deanna MoralesLambda Sigma Gamma
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Advisor: Ilene Ruesga
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WarriorHub: Lambda Sigma Gamma




Phi Lambda Rho

This organization's purpose is to promote academic excellence within its members, provide sisterhood, engage in community service, emphasizing the Chicano/a and Latino/a culture.

President: Brenda Urban Phi Lambda Rho
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Advisor: Julie Anaya, Coordinator for Student Organizations and Fraternity/Sorority Life
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WarriorHub: Phi Lambda Rho




Sigma Omega Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc.

The purpose of this sorority is to open minds through culture, education, and unity.

President: Sandra Torres Sigma Omega Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc.
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Advisor: Kathleen Hidalgo
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WarriorHub: Sigma Omega Phi



Upsilon Kappa Delta

This organization's purpose is to encourage academic excellence and furthering of education; to provide an example of the ideal multicultural sorority; to inform and teach others of the definition of multiculturalism, and provide and sustain a strong sisterhood for a lifetime.

President: Annalicia RodriguezUpsilon Kappa Delta
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Advisor Name: Dr. Jennifer Whitmer
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