The Dallas Alumnae Panhellenic Association is part of the National Panhellenic Conference, the umbrella group for 26 national and international sororities that are autonomous social organizations. As reported in the NPC Annual Report dated June 30, 2019, NPC is one of the largest organizations advocating for women.   NPC sororities are located on more than 669 campuses with 384,298 undergraduate members in 3,349 chapters including 134,106 initiated new members.   Alumnae chapters currently total 3,536. There are 175 Alumnae Panhellenic associations.

  • NPC Membership

    5,385,038 women are initiates of our 26 member organizations.


    3,349 collegiate chapters


    3,536 alumnae chapters

  • Philanthropy

    More than $32,696,132 has been raised for international philanthropic causes by collegiate ($115,250) and alumnae members ($32,580,882).


    More than 2,442,237 hours have been volunteered in support of non-profit organizations. Collegiate (2,393,105 hours) Alumnae (49,132 hours)

  • Scholarship

    $4,644,237 in scholarships were awarded by NPC member organization in 2018-19.

What does it cost to join a sorority?

Budgeting for sorority expenses is important. The cost of joining a sorority differs from campus to campus and house to house. Items you’ll be expected to pay as a sorority woman includes:

  • Monthly dues that pays for cost of the sorority to fund operations, social events and programming for the chapter
  • Initiation fees (one time cost)
  • If there is a sorority house, there will be cost for meals, housing, and house corporation dues.
  • There are additional expenses to plan for such as cost for t-shirts and sorority apparel, big sis/little sis gifts.

The university Greek Life office should be able to provide cost ranges for sororities on your campus.