University of Illinois

Panhellenic Council



Our mission as members of fraternities and sororities at the University of Illinois is to commit to ensuring our success as students and invested partners in our organizations through celebrating friendship, leadership, scholarship, service, and social advancements while appreciating the diversity of our member organization. 

College Panhellenic Achievement 

We are ecstatic to announce that the National Panhellenic Conference is recognizing the Panhellenic Council at the University of Illinois with the College Panhellenic Achievement Award. Over 672 College Panhellenic in the U.S. and Canada are scored on seen criteria including those of value to college campuses such as academics, programming, and community relations. Only 11 other campuses received this award this year. Thank you to all of our Panhellenic chapter members, advisors, and the past and present PHC executive boards for your dedicated service to our community!

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My name is Toby Giganti and I am honored to be serving as the 2020-2021 Panhellenic President. I was inspired to run for this role by the amazing women in this community who have been my mentors, friends, and sisters. The Panhellenic community at the University of Illinois has changed my life and made me a more confident woman, a more inspired worker, and a better person - and I could not be more grateful for this!

Our community is made up of 19 National Panhellenic Chapters and 4 Associate Chapters. Each and every one of these chapters is home to intelligent, diverse, and genuinely kind women. All of our chapters should be celebrated and the relationships that form between the women that make up these chapters should be treasured.

As Panhellenic, we strive to inspire change in our community through different programming, opportunities, and discussions. Our values include, but are not limited to: education, service, philanthropy, leadership, as well as personal development.

Illinois Panhellenic proudly supports Circle of Sisterhood, an organization founded by sorority women from all over the nation to stand together and work to improve the lives of girls and women around the world by removing barriers to education. We would love to help you explore the organization and learn how you can become involved!

Three years go, I decided to enter Panhellenic recruitment to find a community that would uplift me, support me, and encourage me to be the best version of myself possible. Since then, I have found all of this and more. I encourage you to explore all of the amazing opportunities that Illinois Panhellenic has to offer you and find your home away from home!

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for our community, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at - I would love to chat with you!

Yours truly, 

Toby Giganti


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