Panhellenic Association is the unifying, governing and coordinating organization of the women's fraternities within DePauw's community associated with the National Panhellenic Conference.
Panhellenic Association (PHA) consists of representatives from each of the women’s fraternities at DePauw as well as an Executive Board, consisting of the officers elected by the DePauw's Panhellenic chapters. The Panhellenic Association (PHA) is the governing council for the six international women’s fraternities at DePauw:
- Alpha Chi Omega
- Alpha Phi
- Delta Gamma
- Kappa Alpha Theta
- Kappa Kappa Gamma
- Pi Beta Phi
Panhellenic Association provides a communication link between sororities, campus organizations and community leaders. Our programming seeks to encourage personal and chapter enrichment in many different areas such as philanthropy, scholarship, women's issues and overall Greek unity. In addition to all of these opportunities, Panhellenic Association organizes the Panhellenic Formal Recruitment process, which is the membership selection process for Panhellenic organizations.
If you are interested in joining a Panhellenic organization, we encourage you to attend events such as: Rho Gamma meetings, Panhellenic Open House and Recruitment 101. The minimum cumulative GPA needed to not only participate in Recruitment but to receive a bid from a Panhellenic organization is 2.5. Additional questions about the Panhellenic recruitment process can be directed to the Campus Living and Community Development office by e-mailing email@example.com or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although the Panhellenic Association organizes and facilitates the Formal Recruitment process each spring semester, we do not collect recommendation forms. Recommendations forms (for women who have relatives or any alumnae who are members of one of the chapters here at DePauw) are organized through each organization's Inter/National Headquarters and collected by the individual chapters. If you have questions about where to send recommendation forms, please refer to your Inter/National organization's webpage, as they will direct you to specific mailing addresses. Recommendations are not mandatory for DePauw's Panhellenic Formal Recruitment.
2013 - 2014 Panhellenic Executive Board & Advisory Information
|Casey Nesius||Vice President of Recruitment|
|Maggie Anderson||Vice President of Programming|
|Libby Warren||Vice President of Risk Management|
|Marjorie Daily||Director of Communication|
|Andi Mills||Director of Finance|
|Katherine Reichel||Director of Scholarship|
|Koko Lee||Director of Service & Philanthropy|
|Margaret Hayes||Panhellenic Advisor|
Panhellenic Association Recruitment Details
Listed below are details on the Panhellenic Association Formal Recruitment process for the Spring of 2014:
Requirement: 2.5 GPA
Deadline: January 17th, midnight (Register for Recruitment here)
Formal Recruitment Schedule Overview:
Thursday January 30th-Friday January 31st (Round 1)
Potential New Members (PNMs) will visit three chapters each on Thursday and Friday evening. PNMs will wear the provided Panhellenic Recruitment shirt with comfortable (and warm!) pants.
Saturday February 1st (Round 2)
PNMs will visit up to four chapters. Dress is business casual; PNMs usually wear dark jeans and a nice sweater or top or a simple skirt.
Sunday February 2nd (Preference Round)
PNMs will visit up to two chapters. Dress is more formal for the Preference ceremony. PNMs typically wear a dress or other nice outfit.
Sunday February 2nd (Bid Day):
After the mutual selection process of bid matching occurs, chapters will welcome their new members for Bid Day.
Women are encouraged to wear boots and all winter weather accessories. There will be time to change shoes and take coats, scarfs, and gloves off before each event.
If a woman has conflicts with the Formal Recruitment schedule, she should register for Alternate Recruitment, which will take place January 27th - January 29th. The registration can be found here.
Links & Additional Resources for Panhellenic Association
@DePauwPanhel on Twitter
Meharry is beginning to fill up http://t.co/SzvJHBGL3C11 days ago
Meharry is starting to fill for tonight's celebration #dpupanhellenic11 days ago
Getting set up for the newly initiated member celebration. We're excited for the festivities tonight!11 days ago
PJ Mitchell gives tips on how to provide interventions to make our community safer #dpupanhellenicdoesaccountibility1 month ago
The upperclassmen accountability seminar is underway http://t.co/wivnRF3FjW1 month ago
Reminder: upperclassman accountability seminar tomorrow UB Ballroom from 4-5 pm. Looking forward to seeing everyone's smiling faces1 month ago
A big thank you to everyone who came out and supported Special Olympics over the weekend. It was a great success!1 month ago