DAYTON
ALUMNAE PANHELLENIC
ASSOCIATION
ABOUT US
Dayton Alumnae Panhellenic Association has been in existence since 1931.  Since the early days in Dayton, the Association has been able to provide its members with opportunities for growth, leadership, and service. 
This group takes great pride in furthering the Panhellenic lifestyle by showing collegiate women that Greek life is a lifelong commitment, that continues long past college, and that they will always be able to make a difference.
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What is NPC? 
National Panhellenic Conference, founded in 1902 is an umbrella organization for 26 National and international women's fraternities and sororities.  Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae.  Members are represented on more than 620 college and university campuses in the United States and Canada and in over 4,600 alumnae associations, making up over 3.8 million sorority women in the world.

What does NPC Do?
As the premier advocacy and support organization for college and alumnae Panhellenics, NPC promotes the value of its member groups in collaboration witrh members, campuses and communities.  NPC holds individual members and chapters to high standards of academic excellence, cooperation with universities, personal integrity, health and safety of members, leadership development, and community service.  Membership in women's fraternities and sororities continues to grow, and collegiate alumnae members are involved more than ever in philanthropic work on their campuses and in their communities.

What is an Alumnae Panhellenic (APH)?
An Alumnae Panhellenic Association is a community based organization, affiliated with National Panhellenic Conference, whose membership is composed of representative alumnae from NPC member groups.

What is the purpose of Alumnae Panhellenics?
To inform fraternity/sorority women of current trends; To promote the Greek system; To improve the Panhellenic image; To stimulate a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs.
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