Panhellenic Council
University of illinois

409 Turner Student Services Building, MC-306

610 East John Street

Champaign, IL 61820

(217) 333-7062

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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 Erica Finke and I am privileged to serve as the Panhellenic President for this year. It may sound cliché, but I cannot picture my college experience without my chapter and our Panhellenic community here at the University of Illinois. Throughout my years here, I have been encouraged, inspired and challenged by women in our Greek community.


Each of our 19 NPC Chapters and our 4 Associative Chapters has talented, diverse and incredible women. I encourage you all to take the time to reach out to each other and find the uniqueness in each chapter here at the university.


We hope to inspire positive change through opportunities in education, service, philanthropy, leadership and personal development. As Panhellenic, we support the philanthropy of Circle of Sisterhood. Circle of Sisterhood was founded by sorority women and is empowered by a nation of sorority women to help remove education barriers for girls and women facing poverty and oppression.


Our goal as Panhellenic is to provide every member with a community that is both meaningful and impactful. I encourage you all to take advantage of everything Panhellenic has to offer, and I hope that you find your home here at the University of Illinois.


If you should have any questions about our community or anything else, please do not hesitate to contact me at – I’d love to hear from you!




Erica Finke

President's welcome