Drexel’s Greek history dates back to 1900, and has always been an important part of the school’s collegiate experience. In 1921, women were able to partake in the Greek experience as well when the first sorority was founded. Currently, Drexel is home to seven National Panhellenic sororities and Panhellenic Association makes up the largest women’s group on the campus. Our chapters are recognized each year with various awards for excellence. In addition, our governing councils have received honors and recognition for being among the best in the nation.