Jillian Fledderman, Panhellenic Council President
Thank you for visiting the Ball State University’s
Panhellenic Council website! The council is a unique group of women who are
leaders in their community and strive for excellence. The Panhellenic
Community is comprised of ten chapters that seek to enrich the lives of women
The Panhellenic Council (PHC) is a self-governing body that
represents the member women’s fraternities and sororities at Ball State
University. The Panhellenic Council consists of nine council members and a
voting delegate from each chapter.
Our members give back to their communities and the Muncie
community, but also participate in philanthropy events and awareness projects
through their inter/national organizations. The Panhellenic Council has even
adopted its own philanthropy, Circle of Sisterhood, and creates educational and
Panhellenic women not only aim for excellence in their
communities, but also in the classroom. They place a high value on academic
achievement, which can be seen in the PHC Average Grade Point Average that is
consistently higher than the All-University Grade Point Average. The council
continually works to provide educational resources and programs to assist
students in their coursework.
We not only place high value on academics and service, but
we also create lasting friendships and connections that will stay with us
beyond graduation day. The Panhellenic Community seeks to remove barriers
between organizations and come together as sorority women.
If you have any questions regarding the Panhellenic
Community or would like to learn more about us, please contact any officer.