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. 

Welcome from the Inter-Sorority Council:

“Hello and welcome to Dartmouth College’s Inter-Sorority Council! Our community has had a meaningful impact on the experience of many Dartmouth women. In joining, you’ll meet women from all over campus and make friends that last a lifetime.

The ISC is composed of Alpha Phi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Delta, Epsilon Kappa Theta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Sigma Delta. Though unique, each chapter is dedicated to upholding the principles of our Greek community. They strive every day to make our campus a better place through campus involvement, community service, and philanthropy.

Going Greek will give you the opportunity to grow academically, socially, and personally. Your experience will be what you want it to be, whether that’s as a friend, mentor, or leader. We hope you will consider becoming a part of our Inter-Sorority and Greek community. Please feel free to contact the Inter-Sorority Council with any questions!”

A note from the Office of Greek Life:

“Since 1842, fraternity and sorority life has been an exciting and important part of the Dartmouth experience. The Dartmouth College Greek community exists to complement the educational mission of the institution, to enhance the quality of campus life, and to provide opportunities for social interaction that results in personal growth. As members of the Dartmouth community, Greek letter organizations and their members agree to uphold the following principles: brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, inclusivity, service, scholarship, and accountability. 

The Office of Greek Life is responsible for leadership development, organizational management, and general administration for all Greek-letter organizations, Greek honor societies, undergraduate societies, and senior societies at Dartmouth College. During recruitment the office works with both the organizations and the potential new members to ensure the process goes smoothly. It is important to remember that the Greek Life Office has no authority regarding which potential new members receive invitations or final bids during recruitment. The office supports the organizations' rights to private membership and freedom of association.

We are here if you have any questions.”

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