What is the Pantheon?

Pantheon is a Greek Awards Ceremony hosted by Order of Omega and the Sam Houston State University Greek Life Office. Order of Omega is the Greek honor society that recognizes the top three percent of students in Greek Life.  Members of Order of Omega help the Greek Life Office host Pantheon at the end of every STAR year. STAR being the campus accreditation program all social Greek organization must partake in to stay in good standing with Sam Houston State University. As a whole, STAR and Greek Life is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and brotherhood/sisterhood. 

Historically, the Pantheon is an ancient building where statues of all the Greek gods reside as a dedication. The Twelve in Greek mythology were the principal gods of the Greek pantheon. The classical scheme of the Twelve Olympians comprises the following gods: Zeus, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, Athena, Dionysus, Apollo, Artemis, Ares, Aphrodite, Hephaestus and HermesEvery year individual members and chapters are awarded for their hard work throughout the STAR year for bettering their chapter and their campus. 

Awards and Winners

Zeus ( Most Outstanding Active Male Award)

Hera ( Most Outstanding Active Female Award)

Odysseus ( President's Award)

Demeter ( Service Leader Award)

Athena ( Academic Leader Award)

Metis ( Most Outstanding Advisor Award)

Apollo ( Most Talented Award)

Achilles (Overall Greek of the Year Award)

Hercules ( Most Athletic Award)

Hermes ( Best New Member Award)