This council consists of representatives from each sorority and fraternity. Its purpose is to promote good relations among the Greek organizations on campus, to promote the development of Greek life and to help advance the relationship between members of the Greek system and the rest of campus.
The Panhellenic Association develops and maintains women's fraternity life relations at a high level of accomplishment.
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta is an international organization consisting of young men who are committed to lives of excellence. Delta Tau Delta is a newly established chapter at C of I. The members boast a cumulative GPA of 3.45 indicating academic responsibility and accountability. The Delts are also committed to improving the campus and community with such philanthropic events as campus-clean up, an annual winter charity ball and an Adopt-A-School program.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity is a national social Greek letter organization for men. Kappa Sigma sponsors many campus-wide activities such as Italian Cuisine dinners, Fall Toga party, Date Auctions and Spring Fling Pig Roast. Additionally, the fraternity contributes many hours in community service, such as volunteering at Hope House, a home for disadvantaged children. The chapter house is located on Oak Street facing the C of I Activities Center. Kappa Sigma is the fourth largest fraternity in North America with more than 180,000 total initiates from 209 chapters in 46 states and Canada. The fraternity has a strong national policy against hazing.
Established at C of I in 1988 as Sigma Chi Alpha, the group received its charter as the Kappa Lambda Chapter of Sigma Chi International on January 29, 1994. Sigma Chi is one of the three original fraternities in the United States, with over 240,000 initiated members. Activities include sponsoring the American Red Cross blood drive, Phonathon, Scholarship Auction and Children's Miracle Network, as well as numerous social events such as the Jurassic Party, Jump Creek excursions, Derby Days, and road trips.
Gamma Phi Beta
The sisters of the Gamma Phi Beta of The College of Idaho have come together to form a social organization to promote an atmosphere where women can grow academically, socially, personally and spiritually.
Kappa Alpha Theta
As the first Greek letter women’s fraternity in the United States, Kappa Alpha Theta guides members into becoming leading women in today’s society. On campus, members strive for excellence by creating positive change within the chapter and the College itself. Members at the Eta Eta chapter participate in several events that benefit their main philanthropy, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). These events include Mr. CASAnova, Cookies for CASA, and Crush Bottles. While Kappa Alpha Theta provides wonderful opportunities during each members’ time on campus, the biggest opportunities the Eta Eta chapter provides are sisterhood connections that will last a lifetime
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma unites women with common interests, fulfills philanthropic aspects of the community, and promotes sisterhood for life. Kappa is an organization of women who recognize the value of friendship and mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of an allegiance to positive ethical principles. The Kappas sponsor activities such as the Christmas Giving Tree, Daffodil Day and work at the Valley Crisis Center.
Sigma Epsilon Sorority
Sigma Epsilon Sorority, informally known as the SE's, promotes friendship and sisterhood, strength of character, academic excellence, clean sportsmanship in all college activities, social activities and health, both moral and physical. SE's motto is: "What we are to be, we are becoming now.