Membership in a women's fraternity has many benefits from scholastic support, to social activities, to career networking. Fraternity recruitment activities allow a woman to meet each organization, called a chapter, and learn more about them and their members.
Participation does not obligate a student to actually join an organization, although it is generally required in order to be offered an invitation to join a women's fraternity.
These resources will help students get the most out of their participation in women's fraternity recruitment.
Billy Bernard - Advisor, Panhellenic Council
Carley Folluo - President, Panhellenic Council
Brenda Saldivar - Vice President of Recruitment, Panhellenic Council
Katherine Hinman - Assistant Vice President of Recruitment, Panhellenic Council
Women's Recruitment Resources
- Register for Formal Recruitment
- Formal Recruitment Schedule
- Costs and Financial Obligations
- Letters of Recommendation
- Recruitment Guidelines
- Potential New Members Bill of Rights
- What to Wear
- Recruitment Counselors
- Campus Director (for administrative use)