In the past year, the Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) has refocused our efforts on Values Congruence.  As we are all values-based organizations, we found that our community needed to reconnect and remember the reason for our founding.  Each of our individual chapters and the Panhellenic Council were founded on four pillars: scholarship, leadership, community service/philanthropy, and sisterhood.

When a woman joins a Panhellenic sorority at UMKC, she is assured a well-rounded experience that will include all four pillars during her college days.  The all-sorority GPA is consistently higher than the all-women’s GPA at UMKC, some of the most prominent leaders on campus are members of Panhellenic, service opportunities are abundantly available, and sisterhood is formed within the chapters and among the community.

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August 24- August 26

The 2012 CPC Executive Board

Panhellenic Creed

“Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities.”


We, the women of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Collegiate Panhellenic Council, strive to attain excellence in our daily lives by upholding the values of leadership, service, sisterhood, and scholarship. We will promote the full development of each chapter and its members by cooperation in furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, and foster friendly relations with all Greek members, the campus, its communities, and beyond.