On September 18, 1929 the Auburn Panhellenic Council was founded. Auburn Panhellenic Council was chartered and recognized by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) as the governing body for NPC affiliated sororities on campus. For the past 90 years Auburn Panhellenic Council has served as a voice, an advocate, a resource, and a community for women on Auburn’s campus. Auburn Panhellenic women have been leaders on campus, in the classroom, in board rooms, and in local communities. This September we invite you to join us to celebrate the incredible women that make up our past, present, and future. Please join us in celebrating all that we have accomplished together!
There are several ways we celebrated 90 years of Panhellenic at Auburn. First, the Auburn Panhellenic Council hosted a 90 Year Celebration Luncheon for past Panhellenic Executive Board members, specific alumnae from each of our chapters, as well as key Auburn community stakeholders that have helped to ensure the continued success of our Panhellenic Council. This event was Invitation Only. There are pictures from this event reflected on our Facebook page, and some are to the left. Second, we invited all of our alumnae to join us in Auburn Panhellenic’s social media campaign. We used the hashtag #90YearAUPC and had throwback pictures featured every week!