Panhellenic Society Recruitment

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Panhellenic is the governing body over the National Panhellenic Council sororities at Midwestern State University. They include: Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, and Sigma Kappa.

To join, students participate in Fall Formal Recruitment. Participating in recruitment provides an excellent opportunity to meet people and learn more about the Greek community but in no way requires you to join a chapter.

Formal Recruitment takes place over several days and is a mutual selection process. During the course of recruitment, potential new members meet chapter representatives from all of the Panhellenic organizations. Additionally, potential new members are able to learn about each organization, participate in activities with the chapter and tour chapter suites. The week culminates with Bid Day, which is the day that the women will receive their official invitation to join one of the four NPC sororities.

Fall 2015 Formal Recruitment - September 2-6, 2015

To participate in Fall Formal Recruitment in September 2015, click here.

 

Fall Formal Recruitment Schedule

Wednesday, September 2 (7:00 pm - 9:00 pm in Dillard 101): Recruitment Orientation Meeting - REQUIRED FOR ALL REGISTERED AND PAID STUDENTS.

THE FOLLOWING EVENTS ARE ONLY FOR REGISTERED AND PAID POTENTIAL NEW MEMBERS, PLEASE REGISTER BY 11:59PM on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.

Thursday, September 3 - 5:00 pm: Information/Philanthropy Night

Friday, September 4 - 5:00 pm: Values Night

Saturday, September 5 - 5:00 pm: Preference Night

Sunday, September 6 - 10:00 am: Bid Day!

If you have class or any other conflict during the recruitment period, you are required to contact your Recruitment Counselor (Rho Gamma) at the Orientation Meeting. If you cannot attend the Orientation Meeting, please email the Director of Recruitment at courtneychorn@yahoo.com. Thank You!

For more information, please contact the Assistant Director of Student Development and Orientation at (940) 397-4500 or greek@mwsu.edu.