National Panhellenic Council (NPC) - Sororities

Alpha Gamma Delta
Chapter Name: Epsilon Xi
Colors: Red, Buff & Green
Symbol: Squirrel
Flower: Red & Buff Roses
Philanthropy: Foundation of Diabetes Research
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Year Founded Nationally: 1904
Year Founded at ECU: 1968
Alpha Gamma Delta is an international fraternity for women that exists to provide opportunities for personal development through the spirit of sisterhood. Today, Alpha Gamma Delta enjoys wide recognition as a premier women's organization committed to academic excellence, leadership development, high ideals and sisterhood. The Fraternity makes a unique, lifelong impact on its members. No matter where life takes an Alpha Gam Delta, she will always find herself surrounded by sisterhood.
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Chi Omega
Chapter Name: Phi Theta
Colors: Cardinal & Straw
Symbol: Owl
Flower: White Carnation
Philanthropy: The Make a Wish Foundation
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Year Founded Nationally: 1895
Year Founded at ECU: 1964
Chi Omega is the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world with more than 300,000 initiates and 171 collegiate chapters. To its members, however, Chi Omega is more than an organization; it is a home providing them with unique opportunities in leadership, in scholarship, and in life-long friendship. Chi Omega strives to prepare young women to achieve their highest possible aspirations.
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Zeta Tau Alpha
Chapter Name: Zeta Theta
Colors: Turquoise Blue & Steel Gray
Symbol: Crown
Flower: White Violet
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness 
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Year Founded Nationally: 1898
Year Founded at ECU: 1966
Many things about ZTA have changed, but one thing will always remain the same—the foundation precept of Zeta Tau Alpha is Love, the greatest of all things! Our active members enjoy fun,
friendship, sisterhood, and service opportunities. We are very proud to support our national philanthropy of Breast Cancer Education and Awareness.
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Interfraternity Council (IFC) - Fraternities

Phi Kappa Tau
Chapter Name: Gamma Xi
Colors: Harvard Red & Old Gold
Flower: Red Carnation
Symbol: Unicorn
Philanthropy: Hole in the Wall Gang Camps
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Year Founded Nationally: 1906
Year Founded at ECU: 1966
Phi Kappa Tau is to champions a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership, and building men of exemplary character. We have been successful in these endeavors for over 100 years and live true to the moniker: Phi Kappa Tau: Where Character Counts.
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Pi Kappa Alpha
Chapter Name: Epsilon Omega
Colors: Garnet & Old Gold
Symbol: Fire Truck
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Philanthropy: United Way
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Year Founded Nationally: 1868
Year Founded at ECU: 1963
The brothers of the Epsilon Omega chapter take pride in being a part of the EC U Greek life by developing men of integrity, intellect, high moral character, and to foster a truly lifelong fraternal experience by integrating our founding principles of scholarship, leadership, academic attainment, and gentlemanly manners. Pi Kappa Alpha at ECU is a growing organization with many goals set forth by the brothers in order to remain a vital part of the university community.
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Sigma Tau Gamma
Chapter Name: Tau
Colors: Blue & White
Symbol: Black Widow
Flower: White Rose
Philanthropy: Books for Kids
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Year Founded Nationally: 1920
Year Founded at ECU: 1968
Sigma Tau Gamma strive to become better men by improving themselves, become  better brothers by improving the Fraternity, and become better citizens by improving their college, community, and country. These are lofty and admirable goals. Our principles have been embraced by our members and now serve as our guide, each practiced everyday by our members. Brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma follow a strict moral code that encourages academic excellence and exemplary social behavior.
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