Welcome to the
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Welcome to our website for the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) at Columbia SC. Feel free to peruse the site and enjoy a few snippets of our excellence in community service. NPHC at Columbia has a rich and very significant history in the surrounding communities as a result of the Greek Unity displayed throughout the 14 member organizations who comprise our membership. Our focus has consistently been on Political Awareness, Education, and Healthcare.
NPHC at Columbia was chartered more than 60 years ago, with a goal of community unity in mind. We have participated in countless community events to include scholarship awards for the collegiate members of our organizations, and other deserving high school seniors, healthcare events, voter registration and education drives, candidate forums and partnerships with like minded organizations.
Our partnership with Soles4Souls provides an opportunity for us to assist with economic development and improvement of lives for thousands of youths and adults. We pride ourselves in leadership development, technological insight, and other community service initiatives such as Parlimentary Procedures workshops, COVID testing site assistance, and HIV and Aids awareness seminars. We are YOUR community partners.
I am honored to serve as the 24th President of the Council and welcome your feedback on areas of interest or improvement. Our goal is to remain relevant by sharing information on vital and related topics regarding educational awareness, social action, and healthcare. We are excited to serve the midlands and surrounding areas.
You are encouraged to examine our website and follow us on social media to learn more about the members of NPHC at Columbia SC, our member organizations, and our signature programs. Thank you for your interest in our organization. We are Midlands STRONG and South Carolina PROUD.
Yours in Service,
Dr. Brenda B. Branic, President
National Panhellenic Council at Columbia SC
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc
Immediate Past President,
Columbia SC Alumnae Chapter