Panhellenic Association

Quincy University's National Panhellenic Conference

The Quincy University Panhellenic Association stands as a governing body of Alpha Omicron Pi and Phi Sigma Sigma. We strive for the growth of individual chapters and the fraternity system, encourage the highest possible academic, social, and moral standards. We also organize and sponsor membership recruitment, and most importantly, promote friendships, harmony, and unity among members and chapters of both sororities.

Get to know your Greeks!

Alpha Omicron Pi


Founded:         Barnard College, New York, NY, Jan. 2, 1897.

Color:              Cardinal Red

Flower:            Jacque Minot Rose

Magazine:        To Dragma

Badge:            Gold monogram of Greek "A", "O", and "Π" with a

                        ruby in the apex of the "A".

Pledge Pin:      Gold sheaf of wheat bearing Greek letters of the    

                        Fraternity name.

Philanthropies: The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation awards research

                        grants annually for the study of arthritis, juvenile

                        arthritis, and related diseases, and funding.

Phi Sigma Sigma


Founded:         Hunter College, New York, NY, Nov. 26, 1913.

Color:              King Blue & Gold

Flower:            American Beauty Rose

Magazine:        The Sphinx

Badge:             Sphinx head with sapphire eyes bearing the "ΦΣΣ"


Pledge Pin:       Blue pyramid boardered in gold bearing open


Philanthropies:  Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation grants to the National

                         Kidney Foundation (NKF) in support of a

                         woman's project or a woman researcher; Annual

                         Scholarships to undergraduate and graduate

                         students in a wide variety of fields including law,

                         medicine, and special educational projects fort he

                         Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity; local undergraduate

                         and alumnae activities supporting community

                         philanthropies; national recognition through "Make

                         a Difference Day."  Through its Ruby Fund, the

                         foundation provides financial aid to members in

                         great need. The Diamond Jubilee Foundation

                         awards undergraduate and graduate study

                         scholarships. Collegiate and alumnae chapters

                         support activities of the local Arthritis Foundation

                         or Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society.

                         Chapters also participate in a variety of local

                         charitable projects.

For more information on either fraternity please visit the website:

If you have any questions or want to sign up for recruitment you can contact

Crystal Sutter in Student Affairs.

Meeting Times & Location: TBA

Target Membership: Every initiated woman in Alpha Omicron Pi & Phi Sigma Sigma

Contact Person: Jacquelyn Diaz This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


To promote sisterhood, values, education, leadership, friendship, cooperation, citizenship and community service to the QU and Quincy community.

Programs & Projects:

Sponsor fall & spring recruitment, and nursing home visits, women's health education, and various activities throughout the year.

Panhellenic Mission:  The Quincy University Panhellenic Association shall serve as the governing body of all sororities, focusing on developing and maintaining the highest standards of sisterhood and inter-sorority relations.  The Quincy University Panhellenic Association shall promote the attainment of self actualization by all sorority members upholding the National Panhellenic Creed and standards of the Quincy University Greek Community.

Panhellenic Creed:  We, as Undergraduate Members of women's fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community.  Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities.  We as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life.  The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.

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