There are five Panhellenic scholarships awarded each year. Each scholarship requires that the applicant complete the AUSOM application, and through that their application will be reviewed. Each scholarship is worth $1000, and applications are due Friday, February the 1st at 4:45 pm. You can access the AUSOM application on this website on the cabinet tab, under scholarship.
The Deborah Lee Shaw Scholarship
Qualifications: This scholarship is presented based on the recipient’s involvement within her sorority and Panhellenic. She must also have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be an active member in her sorority.
The Jill Moore Martin Endowed Scholarship
Qualifications: This scholarship is based on the recipient’s financial need. GPA may be taken into consideration. The recipient must also be an active member in her sorority.
The Katherine Cooper Cater Student Affairs Endowed Scholarship
Qualifications: This scholarship is based on the recipient’s grade point average as well as her display of leadership and involvement in both sorority and campus activities. She must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be an active member in her sorority.
The Panhellenic Council Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship
Qualifications: This scholarship will be given to a sorority member who has a GPA above the all-sorority average, which is a 3.32. It will provide for a student participating in an Auburn University Study Abroad program. Special consideration will be given to women who demonstrate committed involvement in their sorority or the Auburn Panhellenic community. An interviewee will need to describe how this experience can help her achieve academically as well as how the experience can benefit her in her chosen career.
The Panhellenic Endowed Scholarship
Qualifications: This scholarship is presented based on the recipient’s financial need, her grade point average, and her involvement in both sorority and campus activities.
Sigma Kappa hosted a 5k walk around campus on Sunday! The event raised $30,550 for the Alzheimer's Association, which funds Alzheimer's research. Great job, ladies!
Auburn Panhellenic is comprised of 18 chapters of hardworking and dedicated women. Throughout 2017 and 2018, representatives from many of our chapters attended conventions for their sorority and received both chapter and individual awards from their national headquarters!
alpha delta pi
Pat and Ed Evans (grandparents of ADPi Panhellenic Delegate, Mary Hayden Christie), are 2018 recipients of the North-American Interfraternity Conference Foundation’s (NICF) Outstanding Philanthropist Award in recognition of their lifetime generosity to the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta received the Annulet for top chapter, the Recruitment Excellence Award, the Impacting the World Award, the Most Improved Financial Support Award, and the Rose Bowl Award for Academic Excellence. The ladies were also named to the Honor roll for the Activities award, Member Experience, and Financial Management.
Alpha omicron pi
The AOII Delta Delta chapter was awarded the status of a Ruby level chapter, the highest level of chapter prestige awarded by their headquarters.
They also received individual chapter awards for:
Excellence in Ritual
Excellence in Fraternity and Sorority Relations
Excellence in Alumnae Relations
Excellence in Academic Achievement
Excellence in New Member Education
Excellence in Campus Involvement
Alpha xi delta
The Zeta Xi chapter of AXID was awarded the Xi Achievement Award for Overall Excellence, which is the highest honor a collegiate chapter can receive based on their performance. Also, they received an award for the Letters of Love Top Fundraising Chapter.
Additionally, Casey Schmitz received an award for being a top Undergraduate Fundraiser.
The Alpha Beta Chapter of Chi Omega at Auburn University capped off an impressive 2017-18 academic year by capturing the prestigious Founders’ Cup, which is presented to the organization’s top-5 performing chapters in grades and Progress Report Scores.
delta delta delta
Delta Delta Delta was chosen to receive the Haller Award. The Haller Award was established in 1994 in honor of Margaret Paddock Haller, past National President, to recognize chapters who have shown outstanding achievement during the calendar year. Attributes include:
-hosting a successful recruitment
-offering well-balanced programming
-demonstrating outstanding academic achievement
-maintaining a strong sisterhood and commitment to our Purpose and Ritual
-maintaining financial responsibility
-maintaining good alumnae relations
-promoting strong risk management
-demonstrating good campus and Panhellenic relations
-considered as a well-respected chapter on campus
The ladies of Delta Gamma received the Excellence in Chapter Administration Award.
Delta Zeta was recognized for having an Outstanding New Member Alumnae Relations Program.
Lauren Campisi was awarded the Grace Mason Lundy Award, which is given to senior members of Delta Zeta who, throughout their college years, have given greatest evidence of loyalty, devotion and service to their chapters and to the Sorority.
kappa alpha theta
The ladies of Kappa Alpha Theta received the Silver Kite Award.
Kappa Delta received the Panhellenic Achievement Award, Merit Chapter 2017.
kappa kappa gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma received the Finance Award, Adelphe Society Donor Status, Honorable Mentions for Standards, Recruitment, and Excellence in Chapter Management.
The ladies of Phi Mu were named to the Academic and Financial Honor Roll, received the Recruitment Excellence Award, and were awarded the 100% M3 Campaign Contribution Award.
pi beta phi
Pi Beta Phi received an award for Excellence in COB 2017.
The Theta Xi chapter of Sigma Kappa was awarded top honors for their donations to the Sigma Kappa Foundation.
sigma sigma sigma
Sigma Sigma Sigma was named the Most Philanthropic New Chapter.
zeta tau alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha received the Crown Chapter Award, the Major Donor Award, and the $75,000 Founders Club award.
NPC Excellence Award, Alpha Gamma Delta's: Impacting the World Award
Pi Beta Phi held a chicken wing eating contest in their chapter room in order to raise money for the Pi Beta Phi Foundation.
The foundation splits all the money raised by Pi Phi into two funds: The Literacy Fund and the Friendship Fund. The Literacy Fund supports literacy advocacy projects across America and Canada. The Friendship Fund provides scholarships for current and alumni members of Pi Beta Phi.
There were about 200 people at the event and they raised $10,555 in total. Congrats!
The ladies of Chi Omega hosted a week long philanthropy event that consisted of numerous activities each night. Events such as a move event, a jewelry and athletic wear trunk show, and a live concert at a coffee shop brought in around 500 attendees and raised roughly $10,000!
Wish Week supports Make a Wish - Alabama, an organization that uses the funds donated to grant wishes to critically ill children in the state. These wishes include meeting famous people, traveling to vacation sites, receiving requested gifts, or role-playing for a day as a character of choice. Chi Omega loves supporting these wishes and seeing the impact it has on the children and their family's lives!
Welcome to our blog! Here Panhellenic will highlight the activities of all 18 of our sisterhoods.