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Old 02-19-2005, 02:08 PM
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Chicago, Illinois - Recruitment Info Session

Illinois has several Alumnae Panhellenics -
Bloomington-Normal, Chicago North Shore, Chicago NW Suburban, Chicago, Elmhurst, Hinsdale Area, Lake Bluff-Lake Forest, Libertyville, Lyons Township, Mattoon, Naperville, Peoria Area, Rockford, Sycamore-Dekalb, Wheaton/Glen Ellyn

The Chicago Alumnae Panhellenic website has a lot of information for Recruitment - www.chicagopanhellenic.org

Wed., May 18, 2005
6:30-8:30 p.m.
High School Pre-recruitment event.
Programming TBA.




The Chicago Alumnae Panhellenic (CAP) is one of the most well represented alumnae panhellenics in the Midwest region. CAP was established in June 2001 and chartered by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) in May 2002. The purpose of the Chicago Alumnae Panhellenic is twofold:
1. To inform collegiate women about the 26 NPC organizations and NPC's membership process.
2. To provide a networking system for alumnae women in the Chicago area.

According to their website, CAP is missing representatives from Alpha Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma Sigma, and Sigma Delta Tau --- Do you know someone in the Chicago area who is an alumna of one of these "missing" organizations? If so, kindly forward her contact information to chicagopanhellenic@yahoo.com


The Elmhurst Panhellenic also has a website - http://www.elmhurstpanhellenic.org/
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Old 02-19-2005, 02:39 PM
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Denver, Colorado

Colorado has three Alumnae Panhellenics - Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins_

Denver has a website - http://www.denverareapanhellenic.org/

It has a link to Recruitment FAQs and Reference chairmen -
A Reference is a form or letter of introduction that is completed by an alumnae member of a particular sorority. This form is mailed to the chapter house and serves to introduce you to the chapter. The alumnae member does not have to be an alumnae of the university or college you are attending only the NPC organization. Click here for the contact information of sorority reference chairmen - http://www.denverareapanhellenic.org/Ready.htm



University and Colleges located in Colorado:

Colorado College - http://www.coloradocollege.edu/Students/Greek/
Colorado School of Mines - http://www.mines.edu/stu_life/organ/panhellenic/
Colorado State University - http://www.csugreeks.com/
Colorado State University - Pueblo - http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/asg/clubs.htm
Johnson & Wales - http://www.jwu.edu/denver/l_act.htm
Metropolitan State College - http://www.mscd.edu/
University of Colorado - http://www.colorado.edu/greeks/
University of Colorado - Colorado Springs - http://www.uccs.edu/
University of Denver - http://www.du.edu/greeklife/
University of Northern Colorado - http://www.unco.edu/studentactivitie...greeklife.html
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Old 02-19-2005, 03:38 PM
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Question Re: Houston TX High School Seniors: Sorority Recruitment Info Session

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Houston Alumnae Panhellenic Association (HAPA) High School Coverage
HAPA covers HISD-Milby HS, Sterling HS,
Woohoo! My 2 old high schools!

Does anyone know right offhand if there are other Alum Panhellenics currently active in Georgia besides Atlanta?
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Old 02-19-2005, 04:15 PM
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Georgia Recruitment Info Session

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Does anyone know right offhand if there are other Alum Panhellenics currently active in Georgia besides Atlanta?
There are three in Georgia according to the NPC site (and they all have websites ):

Atlanta Southern Crescent - http://www.southerncrescentalumpanhel.org/
Atlanta - http://www.atlantapanhellenic.org/
Northeast Georgia - http://www.negapc.org/

Southern Crescent looks active, but Northeast Georgia's site is somewhat out of date.


Atlanta Southern Crescent is holding an info session:

March and April 2005; place and time TBA
We will hold sorority information sessions in Peachtree City and Newnan this year to educate high school senior girls about recruitment (Rush) and how our association will help them get needed recommendations. Dates will be set so as not to interfere with vacation schedules and prom dates. Recommendation writers for the sororities in ASCAPA are encouraged to attend so they can meet the girls they will be writing about.
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Old 02-20-2005, 03:54 PM
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Shreveport Bossier Alumnae Panhellenic

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Acadiana Alumnae Panhellenic
Lafayette, LA

June 26, 2005
2-4pm
UL Lafayette Alumni Center

Come meet sorority women from University of Louisiana-Lafayette and Louisiana State University. Alumnae will be present for help in obtaining Recs for Formal Recruitment.

Louisiana has 5 Alumnae Panhellenics

Baton Rouge, Greater New Orleans, Lake Charles
Acadiana (2005 details above)- http://www.acadianasororities.com/
Shreveport-Bossier - http://www.shreveportpanhellenic.com/


Shreveport Bossier just updated their website with their 2005 date -

Recruitment Information Meeting for High School Seniors and Their Moms
Saturday, May 7, 2005, 11:00 A.M.
LSUS University Center Ballroom



Who should attend?
Anyone interested in learning more about sororities and the recruitment process. Mothers are encouraged to attend even if her daughter cannot.

What will be discussed?
We will discuss the recruitment process (formerly known as "rush"), recommendations, benefits of sisterhood, etc.

Why attend this meeting?
You can get firsthand information about recruitment and have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have. You will also be able to submit information about yourself to alumnae who will be writing recommendations for their sororities.

What should I bring?
Bring with you personal information, such as grade point average, grade point scale, rank in class, number in senior class, honors and activities.

What else do I need to do?
Prepare a detailed resume (sample in Recruitment Information Booklet) listing your honors, activities and academic standing. Make several copies to give to alumnae who will be writing recommendations. Have photographs for each copy.

Register for recruitment with the Panhellenic office at the college or university you've chosen. You cannot participate in recruitment unless you do so. Look at the website of the school you have chosen and make note of their requirements and deadlines.

Begin networking with family and friends to let them know about your plans to participate in sorority recruitment.
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Old 02-22-2005, 08:03 PM
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Plano-Richardson Area Alumnae Panhellenic

The annual Rush/Recruitment forum, hosted by the Plano-Richardson Area Alumnae Panhellenic, will be Sunday, February 27th, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at J.J. Pearce High School, 1600 North Coit Road, Richarson, TX.

High schools covered are:

Plano West
Plano Senior
Plano East

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Old 03-05-2005, 06:49 PM
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Any updates?

Three of these information sessions have already happened:

February 26. 2005
Houston, TX Area Alumnae Panhellenic
http://www.houston-panhellenic.org/rush/pres-letter.htm

February 27, 2005
Plano-Richardson, TX Area Alumnae Panhellenic

March 1, 2005
Overlake, WA Panhellenic



Any PNMs, chapter members, or alumnae members out there who attended any of these?

How was the turnout? Any good programming ideas? Hits and Misses? Interesting questions asked by PNMs?
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Old 03-06-2005, 01:55 AM
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Overlake had about 40 people I would say (outside of the Panhel people) and it was quite good. I had never been to one so I had no idea what to expect. Most of the conversation was about Univ of WA (college Panhel reps) but we had alumnae from WSU and I was there from UPS. I was glad I was there, since recruitment is SO different there.

We did have one lady (who showed up late and didn't sign in) who specifically brought up hazing. I personally think she just saw the thing advertised and decided to come make a statement. But the Panhel advisor from UW also seemed to expect the question and had a good response prepared.

One PNM had some questions that were close to asking about MS. She asked if everyone was guaranteed a bid and what the sororities look for in new members.

One person actually asked if you went through rush every year (as in had to rerush each year after you got in).
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Old 03-06-2005, 04:06 PM
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One PNM had some questions that were close to asking about MS. She asked if everyone was guaranteed a bid and what the sororities look for in new members.

Obviously I don't know specifically what each sorority looks for, when girls ask me that, I try to just answer in general terms. I tell them sororities want girls who are involved, have good grades, and friendly personalities.
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Old 03-15-2005, 03:22 PM
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Alabama Alumnae Panhellenics

Alabama has 4 Alumnae Panhellenics - Etowah County, Huntsville, Montgomery, and Walker County
I don't believe they have websites, so I can't find any info sessions.


However, if you are interested in Alabama, Panhellenic Weekend may be a good option --

April 16, 2005
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
http://www.bama.ua.edu/~npc/panhellenicweekend.htm

We would like to invite you to attend Panhellenic Weekend 2005! Come learn about the opportunities available to you at UA through Greek life. We will walk you through registration, tell you what to expect from the week of recruitment, and host a “What to Wear” fashion show that morning, and then you'll get the chance to interact with sorority members during house tours that afternoon. This weekend should give you a taste of sorority life and all that it has to offer!
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Old 03-19-2005, 08:25 PM
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Arlington, TX Info Session - Article from Star-Telegram

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Arlington Area Alumnae Panhellenic
http://www.arlington-panhellenic.org/
Online registration form - submit electronically by May 1st, 2005
APRIL 9, 2005
Sorority Information Meeting at UTA in University Center's Carlisle Suite.
Teens invited to sorority Q&A session
By Angie Summers
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Legacy. Panhellenic. Sounds like a foreign language, and I haven't even mentioned the Greek alphabet yet.

The Arlington Area Alumnae Panhellenic, an umbrella group for national sororities, will provide a quick lesson in sororities for high school senior girls and their mothers or fathers during an information session at 10 a.m. April 9 in the Carlisle Suite at the University of Texas at Arlington's E.H. Hereford University Center.

Kristin Richardson, panhellenic president, said attendees will learn how to register for rush -- now called "member recruitment"-- and learn other lingo surrounding sororities.

A sorority -- a social and service organization for college women -- is based upon mutual interests and stresses high academic achievement, social activities and community service. Rushees are those interested in joining a sorority, whereas a legacy is a rushee whose mother or sister has been a member of a sorority.

Alumnae from a variety of sororities throughout the nation will be there to answer questions.

Reservations are not necessary. Call Sallie Krall at (972) 293-0546 or via e-mail to krallkns@aol.com for more information. You can also visit the group's Web site at www.arlington-panhellenic.org for details.
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Old 04-01-2005, 05:53 PM
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Alabama - Greek Meet: Panhellenic Association of Huntsville and Madison County

Greek Meet: Panhellenic Association of Huntsville and Madison County

High school graduation is fast approaching for this year's crop of seniors, and many of them are making plans to attend college in the fall. The Panhellenic Association of Huntsville and Madison County wants local senior girls to be aware of the opportunities available to them as members of Greek sororities, and will hold a Greek Meet on Sunday and Monday for that purpose.

Panhellenic member Gale Fuller will speak on a range of topics relating to Greek life on campus beginning with rush.

How the recruitment process works, what to wear during recruitment, how to choose the sorority that is right for you, costs and what you can expect from sorority life are questions that college-bound girls are likely to have, so Panhellenic encourages girls to seek Greek experiences by learning more about sororities beforehand.

Gale will also share information about recruitment at several colleges and universities in the Southeast. Representatives from 16 national Panhellenic sororities will be on hand to answer questions.

The event will take place at the Heritage Bank community room, 4245 Balmoral Drive, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday and from 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday.

The event is free, and dress is casual. For more information, call Kitty Pettus-Hinds at 533-2770.
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Old 04-08-2005, 03:02 PM
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Louisiana

These are some events being held in Louisiana. Some were mentioned previously but some are new.


Sunday, April 10—Mandeville/Covington Recruitment Function
Info: Place—Benedict’s
Time-- 2-4pm
Contact—Camilla Davis 985-264-4616

Sunday, April 17—Lake Charles Recruitment Function
Info: Place—Country Club
Time—3 to 5pm
Contact—Emily Harper 337-802-1221

Sunday, April 24—Baton Rouge Alumnae Panhellenic & LSU Panhellenic Function
Info: Place—Country Club of Louisiana
Time—2:20 to 4PM
Contact—Michelle Shirley 225-229-8999

Saturday, May 1—New Orleans Alumnae Panhellenic Function
Info: Place—Newcomb Women’s Center, Tulane College
Time—2-4pm
Contact—Alice Reese—reeseas@yahoo.com

Saturday, May 7—Shreveport/Bossier Alumnae Panhellenic Function
Info: Place—Local Country Club
Time—2-4pm
Contact—Lydia Kennedy 318-524-3009

Sunday, June 5 - Slidell Panhellenic Tea
Info: Place - Slidell Cultural Center Meeting Room
Time - 2-4pm
Contact - Sue Cartmill 985-641-1616

Sunday, June 26—Lafayette Alumnae Panhellenic Function
Info: Place—University of Louisiana at Lafayette Alumni Center
Time—2 to 4pm
Contact-- Melanie Goudelocke 337-984-9450
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Old 05-09-2005, 03:04 PM
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Old 05-13-2005, 03:26 PM
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Vero Beach, FL Panhellenic Group

Lucia Bailey of the Vero Beach Panhellenic Hope Group has packets of information available for women planning to go through Panhellenic (sorority) rush on their college campus.

Recommendations from local alumnae are a necessity for those going through rush.

Sorority members are provided with the opportunity to enhance leadership skills and scholarship and become involved with social and philanthropic activities.

The Vero Beach group is connected to the National Panhellenic Conference and its 26 member groups.

For more information on the necessary advance preparation, call Bailey at (772) 231-0233.


****Since there are no big colleges in the Vero area (that I know of), I believe that this group could help women in the Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie & Palm Beach County areas of Coastal East Florida.

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