Greek Life is a great social opportunity. Chapters host social events, educational programs, and community service and philanthropy projects for their members and the Johns Hopkins community. Fraternity and sorority chapters at Johns Hopkins represent a wealth of leadership, diversity, talents, athleticism, and academic achievement.
Founded in 1872 by ten forward thinking women at Syracuse University, Alpha Phi is now one of the oldest and largest women’s fraternities in North America.Alpha Phis are members of a life long sisterhood, a woman’s fraternity. Our keystone is friendship–warm, simple and sincere. In Alpha Phi there is encouragement, understanding, and opportunities to grow. With members all over the world and collegiate and alumnae chapters throughout the United States and Canada—our sisterhood knows no bounds.
(Club Website: http://www.jhualphaphi.com/)
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Eta Epsilon chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was charted in 1999 at Johns Hopkins. With over 140 members, the Kappas at JHU are a unique community- we for a bond with each and every sister and can count on one another in times of happiness as well as in times of need. We are active in building a community of friends: extraordinary women who genuinely enjoy our time together and wish to make the most of our college years as sisters. With over 300 alumnae associations worldwide, we know that our bonds of sisterhood extend beyond our days at JHU.
(Club Website: http://www.jhu.edu/~kappa/)
Pi Beta Phi- Coming Soon!
Becoming a Pi Phi will not only make your Johns Hopkins University experience more meaningful, but it also will present you with new and exciting opportunities. Pi Phi values leadership, academics, service, intellectual development and balance in our members.
(Club Website: http://www.pibetaphi.org/pibetaphi/jhu/)
Known as a Fraternity, because the word sorority did not exist at the time of it’s founding, Phi Mu is the second oldest sorority for college women in the world. Founded on lofty principles, Phi Mu maintains the objective of social, moral and mental improvement of its members. The solid foundation on which the Philomathean Society was established has allowed for the growth of Phi Mu Fraternity to a current membership of over 140,000 women nationwide.
(Club Website: http://jhu.phimu.org/index.php?page_name=chapter_history)