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Welcome to the University of Florida and Go Gators!


We are beyond excited to welcome you as a Florida Gator and introduce you to the Panhellenic community at UF! With 18 chapters and over 4,000 members, the Panhellenic community comprises the largest women’s organization on UF’s campus. The decision to join the Panhellenic council exemplifies a dedication to the Florida Greek pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, and community and a commitment to the Panhellenic vision to promote women’s leadership, diversity, scholastic achievement and service through relationships within and beyond the Panhellenic community. As Panhellenic women, we strive to support and challenge each other to be the best versions of ourselves while developing friendships and memories to last a lifetime.


We encourage you to keep an open mind throughout this process and remember that you are not only looking to join a chapter but our entire Panhellenic community. Remember to enjoy yourself, be authentic, and seek out a group of women whose values and ideals align with your own. It is our hope that you feel welcomed and surrounded by a group of women who will support, challenge, and inspire you throughout your time at the University of Florida.

If you have any questions about Recruitment, please refer to the FAQ page or contact Olivia T., our Membership Vice President, at


We could not be more excited that you are interested in joining the Panhellenic community and wish you and your loved one's happiness, health and safety!

Aedyn G. and Olivia T. 

Assistant Membership Vice President and Membership Vice President 

COVID-19 Update

The Panhellenic Council is monitoring the current state of the virus and the nation and will keep all Potential New Members and their families updated. Please be assured that our council is doing all we can to ensure the safety of both our members and all Potential New Members. Continue to check back here and follow us on Instagram at @ufpanhellenic for any updates.

For COVID-19 updates from the University of Florida, please click here