College Panhellenic Council

The College Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the coordinating body of the National Panhellenic Conference sorority chapters represented at Lamar University. CPC provides support and services to sororities as well as representing sorority life to the University and the surrounding community.

CPH Advisor

Carlee Smith

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Alpha Chi Omega

Gamma Phi Chapter

Nickname: AXO
Founded: October 15, 1885 at DePauw University
Founded at Lamar: November 17, 1956
Motto: “Together let us seek the heights.”
Colors: Scarlet Red and Olive Green
Symbol: The Lyre
Philanthropy: Domestic Violence Awareness and Education
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History: Alpha Chi Omega was founded at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Our tagline is "Real. Strong. Women" and our open motto is "Together let us seek the heights". Our patron goddess is Hera, guardian of women. Alpha Chi Omega celebrates Hera Day on March 1 in honor of our patron goddess. In February, we celebrate MacDowell month, honoring our founder's heritage in music and the arts, and Alpha Chi Omegas are encouraged to become patrons of the arts.

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Alpha Delta Pi

Delta Beta Chapter

Nickname: ADPi
Founded: May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan College
Founded at Lamar: November 23, 1956
Motto: “We Live for Each Other”
Colors: White and Azure Blue
Symbol: 4-pointed Diamond
Philanthropy: The Ronald McDonald House Charities
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History: Before going national, the LU ADPi chapter was a social club called The Rounders. The Rounders Club was started in September 1924 at South Park College. It was a club organized by the leading young ladies of the school for the purpose of acquainting themselves with "the most worth-while things of life" and to "promote good in the college and among the student body." When South Park College became Lamar State College of Technology, the Rounders Club became known as The Revelers. The Revelers were the oldest social organization on the Lamar Tech Campus. The first Initiation of Alpha Delta Pi at Lamar University was held at the First Methodist Church in Beaumont, TX for 20 active members and 14 special and honorary alumnae.

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Zeta Tau Alpha

Delta Sigma Chapter

Nickname: ZTA
Founded: October 15, 1898 at State Female Normal School
Founded at Lamar: February 15, 1963
Motto: “Seek the Noblest”
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray
Symbol: Five-Point Crown
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness
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Philanthropy: ZTA runs a Gumbo Cook-Off in the fall semester and a Crawfish Boil in the spring to raise money for its philanthropy, along with Pink Week activities like pie-in-the-face, partnering with local restaurants, bake sales, movie nights, and many other exciting events.

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