Personal growth, exceptional leadership, and a lifetime of sisterhood.
The undergraduate sororities at Creighton are bound by a commitment to philanthropy, leadership, scholarship, and personal development. Student sorority members at Creighton attain GPAs higher than the campus average, benefit their communities through service, and develop bonds of sisterhood that extend far beyond their college years. When you join a Creighton sorority, you’re entering a tradition of personal excellence and committed service, on campus and beyond.
Founded in 1872 at Syracuse University in New York, Alpha Pi is built on the principles of sisterhood, scholarship, service, leadership, loyalty, and character development. The outstanding women of this sisterhood support one another in lifelong achievement. Alpha Phi’s colors are silver and bordeaux, its flowers are Forget-Me-Not and the Lily of the Valley, and its symbol is the ivy leaf.
Founded in 1888 at Boston University, Tri Delta promotes sisterhood, emphasizes scholarship, and supports philanthropy. Tri Delta’s colors are silver, gold, and cerulean blue. Its symbol is the pearl, its flower is the pansy, and its mascot is the dolphin.
Founded in 1868 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Delta Zetas take pride in their adherence to principles of sisterhood, friendship, and loyalty. They are one of the largest international sororities, with over 160 chapters in the United States and Canada. The Delta Zeta flower is the killarney rose. Its colors are rose and green, its jewel is the diamond, and its mascot is the turtle.
Founded in 1874 at Syracuse University in New York, Gamma Phi Beta is dedicated to promoting the highest type of womanhood through education, social life, and community service. The term “sorority” was coined especially for Gamma Phi. Gamma Phi Beta colors are dark and light brown. Its symbol is the crescent moon and its flower is the pink carnation.
Founded in 1870 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, Kappa Kappa Gamma is committed to service, leadership, scholarship, and sisterhood. The Kappa Kappa Gamma flower is the Fleur-de-Lis. Its colors are dark and light blue, and its jewel is the blue sapphire.
Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, Pi Beta Phi is dedicated to sisterhood, scholarship, leadership, and service to others. This sorority aims to encourage all members in their moral, mental, and social advancement. The Pi Beta Phi symbol is the arrow. Its flower is the wine carnation, and its colors are wine and silver blue.
Founded in 1990 at the University of Iowa, the historically Latina-based Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority strives to empower women of all backgrounds by honoring the five principles of scholarship, community service, cultural awareness, social interaction, and ethics. Its colors are pink and majestic purple, its flower is the pink rose, and its jewel is the purple amethyst.
Founded in 1912 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Theta Phi Alpha has a history rich in educational excellence, professional achievement, and deep commitment to social service. The Theta Phi Alpha symbols are the penguin and compass, and its colors are silver, gold, and blue.