Sororities

 Chi Omega Sorority
Mu Gamma Chapter of this national social fraternity for women was installed May 14, 1927. The local society was founded in 1867 as Zetolophian Literary Society, later Zeta Lambda Sigma. The women of Chi Omega live in Cason Hall. Purpose: A social sorority that offers the bonds of sisterhood as it stresses purposes and values to encourage growth throughout the years.
 Sigma Kappa Sorority
Beta Mu Chapter of this national social fraternity for women was installed April 19, 1947. The local chapter was named Omega Delta, founded in 1927. The women of Sigma Kappa live in Clough Hall. Purpose: To offer friendship and sisterhood; to promote high standards of achievement scholastically, socially, and spiritually; to support the college and community; and to develop the character of its members. 
 Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
The Eta Sigma Chapter of this national sorority was installed on January 29, 2005. The local chapter was named Phi Kappa Chi after the original women who inhabited Turley Hall, where the Tri Sigmas reside. Purpose: to establish a perpetual bond of friendship, to develop strong womanly character, and to inspire high standards of ethical conduct.