Inter-Sorority Council

Dartmouth College

Established to further intellectual achievement and scholarship, promote inter-sorority relations and to foster education and awareness of its members, the Inter-Sorority Council strives to exemplify and model the six pillars of Greek life at Dartmouth: Scholarship, Accountability, Leadership, Service, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, and Inclusivity. 

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National vs Local Organizations

National organizations are organized by a national charter and have a network of women across the United States and abroad, while local organizations are only found at Dartmouth College and have created their own historical constitutions.

What’s the difference? All of our sororities are intrinsically the same as they create an empowering environment for women. They create a space for women to create meaningful friendships, focus on philanthropy and service, and support one another. All of our organizations have to abide by the same standards as laid out by Dartmouth College. 

National Organizations: Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Phi, Kappa Delta, and Kappa Kappa Gamma
Local Organizations: Epsilon Kappa Theta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Chi Delta, and Sigma Delta

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