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PHA Membership Development

As Panhellenic women, we continually strive to uphold our values of service, scholarship, leadership and sisterhood in all that we do. Our members not only represent their individual chapters, but the entire Greek community through their selfless involvement within the Mizzou community.


The Panhellenic community puts an emphasis on service, whether it be for their chapter’s philanthropy or within the Mizzou community. Below are many incredible opportunities outside of Greek life where students can get involved at Mizzou.

Mizzou Alternative BreaksOffice of Service LearningMU ServesTiger Pantry
Now the largest Alternative Break organization at any university, MAB offers service trips for Spring Break, Winter Break, Thanksgiving Break, and have recently added weekend service trips. Applications for these trips come out pretty regularly, so check back on their website for application deadlines
This office is committed to making sure that the needs of our community agencies and partner organizations are being met by helping them incorporate, oversee and evaluate service-learning students. Learn how to get involved at
MU Serves is a database supported by the Office of Service Learning and sets up service opportunities for students and student organizations. If you personally or your chapter is looking for a way to give back, this is a great resource!
This organization’s purpose is to provide food resources and education to members of the University of Missouri family in need while exemplifying the University’s four core values of Respect, Responsibility, Discovery, and Excellence. You can get involved by volunteering, hosting a fundraiser/food drive, donating and much more. Opportunities to get involved can be found at


As sorority women, we are held to high academic standards. If you are struggling with a class, or just need some extra eyes to look over your paper, Mizzou has an abundant amount of resources at any student’s disposal.

Student Success CenterWriting CenterCareer CenterThe Learning Center
This center, located on Lowry Mall, is a central place for you to find connections to all of campus and, through our comprehensive resources, to find referrals, programs and services free of charge. If you need any academic or professional help, visit for more information
The Writing Center offers both face-to-face and electronic writing assistance for all students for any writing assignment, from academic essays, to personal statements, scholarship applications, literature reviews, creative projects, annotated bibliographies, and even lab reports. For free help, visit
The MU Career Center offers a broad range of services and resources to assist students, parents, educators, and the community. Whether it be exploring which career would best fit you, practicing for an interview or help applying to graduate school, you can get the help you need free of charge by contacting them at
This center provides online or in-person tutoring, help sessions, learning strategies and much more for free. Learn more at


Greek women hold a significant amount of leadership positions on campus organizations. Coming to a campus this large, it can be overwhelming to get involved so we gave you some great organizations that current and past Greek women are passionate about.

The Women's CenterCraft StudioTrue ColorsLGBTQWellness Resource CenterRSVP CenterCounseling CenterVenture Out
The Women’s Center: Located in the bottom of the student center, The Women’s Center is place to come to relax, study or chat. They also have a wide range of resources and workshops from loving your body to cultural appreciation.
From classes to parties, the Craft Studio is a place to relieve stress and be creative with your sisters.
A fun and interactive sisterhood event for women to learn about both their own and other human behaviors.
The LGBTQ Resource Center works to educate, support and advocate for sexual and gender minorities at Mizzou through support, events, education, trainings, involvement, leadership and community.
Promoting a healthy lifestyle in all aspects of a student’s life, the Wellness Resource Center uses a comprehensive, campus wide, year-long wellness approach.
The RSVP (Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention) Center is home to a peer education program composed of students who are dedicated to ending sexual violence on our campus and in our community. A great way to educate and provide resources to Greek women.
The MU Counseling Center is a great place for our students to learn how to cope with emotional, social and academic concerns that are so prevalent on college campuses.
Venture Out specializes in group team building through low and high ropes courses. This activity promotes communication, teamwork, problem solving and leadership.​