Founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in January 1852. It began as the Philomathean Society, a literary society, and is the second oldest secret society for women. Phi Mu’s philanthropy is the Children’s Miracle Network and has raised over $7 million since 1986. The Lambda Gamma chapter of Phi Mu joined Virginia Commonwealth University in 1988.
Coaches: Blake Johansen, Silas Eyimensah, Jacob Johns, Michael Evers-Daly
Zeta Tau Alpha
Their mission is to make a difference in the lives of our members by developing the potential of each individual through innovative programming, which emphasizes leadership development, service to others, academic achievement and continued personal growth for women, with a commitment to friendship and the future based on the sisterhood, values and traditions of the past.
Coaches: Adam Dinofrio, Addison Walker, Nigel Cooper, Cole Bibb
Alpha Sigma Alpha
Founded on November 15, 1901 at Longwood College. Its national philanthropy is the Special Olympics. Alpha Sigma Alpha’s four aims are physical, spiritual, intellectual, and social. The Epsilon Gamma chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha joined Virginia Commonwealth University in 1984.
Coaches: Nico Giraldo, Garrett Freche, Kush Patel, Ben Loyola
VCU Women's Athletics
Coaches: Raphael Ortiz, James Lucero, Rami Odeh, George Rhodes
Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta is more than just those three Greek letters: it's the friends we have found, the memories we make, the good times we celebrate and the sisterhood we treasure. Our strong sisterhood is what sets Alpha Xi Delta apart from all other organizations. Sisterhood is a huge part of being an Alpha Xi Delta. We are a group of women dedicated to each other and helping every sister realize her potential.
Coaches: Kevin Dawkins, Andrew Harris, Justin Fees
Alpha Gamma Delta
Championships:FC13 FC17 FC19
Enjoys wide recognition as a premier women’s organization committed to academic excellence, leadership development, high ideals and sisterhood. Inspire the woman. Impact the world.
Coaches: Joe Halligan, Robbie Millia, Jacob Rambo, Andrew Goetzinger
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Founded on April 20, 1898 in what is now known as Longwood University. The official philanthropy of the organization is the Robbie Page Memorial, which provides Play Therapy for hospitalized children. Sigma Sigma Sigma exists to provide a lifelong sorority experience for women through ensuring a perpetual bond of friendship, developing a strong womanly character, and promoting high standards of conduct. The organization now has more than 110 collegiate chapters. The Epsilon Sigma chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma joined Virginia Commonwealth University in 1990.
Coaches: Ryan Pettry, Jon Snow, Jon Jon Higgins, Adam Haichour, Collin Beebe
Alpha Omicron Pi
Founded by four women at Barnard College on January 2, 1897. Today, Alpha Omicron Pi is an international women’s fraternity, with over 180 collegiate chapters and over 130 alumnae chapters in Canada and the U.S.A. Alpha Omicron Pi’s official philanthropy is Juevenile Arthritis. The Rho Beta chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi joniedVirginia Commonwealth University in 1985, and again in 2007.
Coaches: Dean Lee, Johnny Kouvares, Dean Branch, Kevin Hall
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta was founded November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University in New York. For over 140 years Gamma Phi Beta has been dedicated to continuing the vision of their Founders and inspiring the highest type of womanhood. Their philanthropic partner is Girls on the Run, with the mission of providing experiences and resources that build spiritual, mental and social resiliency in girls. Members of the Sorority are wholeheartedly invested in their sisterhood, philanthropic mission, and vision. Gamma Phi Beta strives to build confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around them. The Eta Phi Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta at Virginia Commonwealth University was recently installed in 2019.