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Welcome to Cleveland Alumnae Panhellenic Association

Celebrating 100 Years of "Greek Life" in Northeast Ohio!

Chartered in 1914, the CAPA has been promoting "Greek Life" in Northeastern Ohio area. As an affiliate of the National Panhellenic Conference, the CAPA promotes its principles, projects and decisions.

Currently, we have 22 NPC sororities sitting on council. This represents 36 regional alumnae chapters, with a combined membership of over 1500 active sorority women.

A major focus of CAPA during these past 100 years has been raising money for scholarships and grants. Over $500,000 has been awarded since 1915. In 2012-13, eight (8) $2000 scholarships were awarded.

 
Why join?

Sororities promote sound scholarship, leadership ability, community outreach, and life-long friendships.

All sororities embrace philanthropies supported by collegiate and alumnae chapters.

Philanthropies may include aid to handicapped children and adults, support of national health-related organizations, assistance to disadvantaged women and children, or support of educational and literacy program.

 

Our Purpose

Promote interfraternity friendship, collaboration and awareness of current trends

Promote educational projects by offering scholarships to deserving students

Unite the College Panhellenics and Alunae Panhellenics in study of programs and developments interesting to all member group fraternities

Promote the Panhellenic image through social service, civic affairs and philanthropic fields

Promote the fraternity system through demonstration that Panhellenic has high purpose and lasting values