She Is Powerful.
Letter from the President
Welcome to the Collegiate Panhellenic Council at Georgia Tech!
Sorority life and the success of women at Georgia Tech are closely connected, as the first undergraduate women founded our first sorority soon after enrolling. Today, the CPC Community is comprised of 10 organizations who seek to empower women personally, professionally, and academically.
Personally, I am inspired every day by our amazing sorority women (all 1600+ of us!). We serve as role models on campus and are determined to impact both our chapter, our community, and the world. Sorority women can be found in leadership positions across campus, conducting groundbreaking research, working on community service projects, and exceling in the classroom.
As I look towards graduation this December, I know I would not be the woman I am today without my sorority experience. From studying for my Industrial Engineering classes, preparing for interviews, to taking on leadership positions around campus, I have found the support system of other women to be invaluable during my time at Georgia Tech. It is a privilege to serve and be surrounded by these accomplished and empowered women.
Our website has information for students, parents, and alumnae. Please look around to learn about our Council, Chapters, philanthropic efforts, and more. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to me personally.
Be more. Be bold. Be Greek.
Carrie Arnson, President of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council
We are a community of women empowering each other through friendship, leadership, and scholarship.
In March of 2018, delegates from the Collegiate Panhellenic Council of Georgia Tech travelled to Senegal, Africa to help build a school in a rural village and help accomplish our goal of educating women.