Hand in Hand image from aaaclipart.com Each sorority was founded with a mission, creed, vision or purpose designed to instill positive values within its members. While it cannot be stated as fact that every sorority woman adheres to these values, they are intended to positively influence sorority women. The values on which the last 13 sororities to join the National Panhellenic Council strive to fulfil are listed below. The other 13 NPC sororities are featured on the Service page.

The vision of ALPHA GAMMA DELTA, according to the Alpha Gamma Delta Web site, is to “Inspire the Woman. Impact the World.”

ALPHA DELTA PI’s motto is “We live for each other,” according to the Alpha Delta Pi Web site. The sorority’s mission states that Alpha Delta Pi is “committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility.”

Unity is a focus of DELTA ZETA , as, according to the Delta Zeta Web Site, its purpose is “to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action.”

The creed of PHI MU encourages members to help the less fortunate and to practice love, honor and truth daily, according to the Phi Mu Web site.

The founders of KAPPA DELTA aimed to teach the values of altruism, belief in human dignity and concern for fellow human beings in writing their mission statement, according to the Kappa Delta Web site.

The mission of SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA is based upon principles that emphasize three beliefs. These tenets are: “to insure a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop strong womanly character and to promote high standards of conduct,” according to the Sigma Sigma Sigma Web site.

ALPHA SIGMA TAU promotes academic excellence, new experiences and friendship. The Alpha Sigma Tau open motto is "Active, Self-Reliant, Trustworthy," according to the sorority’s Web site.

According to its Web site, ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA utilizes sisterhood, heritage and opportunities to promote high standards. Alpha Sigma Alpha emphasizes “a balance among the four aims of intellectual, physical, spiritual and social development.”

ALPHA EPSILON PHI strives to instill a balance between both individuality and togetherness within its members. The open motto is “Many hearts, one purpose,” according to the Alpha Epsilon Phi Web site.

The creed of THETA PHI ALPHA , as stated on the Theta Phi Alpha Web site, emphasizes justice, wisdom, loyalty and faith.

PHI SIGMA SIGMA’s mission is “To inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood,” according to the Phi Sigma Sigma Web site.

DELTA PHI EPSILON was founded on the principles of justice, sisterhood and love. Delta Phi Epsilon’s mission, according to its Web site, is to develop “a social consciousness and a commitment to think and act for the greater good.”

The purpose of SIGMA DELTA TAU is to encourage “actions worthy of the highest precepts of true womanhood, democracy and humanity,” according to the Sigma Delta Tau Web site.

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