The Panhellenic Council
The Panhellenic Council is the student-run governing body for the five national Panhellenic sororities at the University of New Hampshire. The Panhellenic Council fosters interaction and communication between the sorority chapters present on campus and strives to improve the overall Fraternity and Sorority community. It provides a unique balance of leadership, academic, philanthropic and social opportunities.
Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment
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What is Being Greek All About?
At the University of New Hampshire we have 5 fabulous Panhellenic sororities for you to choose from. All five are unique yet stand for the pillars of our founding members: academic excellence, service to our community, sisterhood and leadership development.
Why Should I Get Involved?
The benefits of sorority membership are numerous and varied. Through membership, you get increased opportunities for campus involvement, service and philanthropy activities, academic support, life-long friendship, leadership development, future employment networks, as well as a great social experience.
How Do I Get Involved?
The Panhellenic Council holds formal recruitment every fall. Formal recruitment is a structured process that aims to create equality by exposing potential new members to all five Panhellenic sororities.
Throughout the first few weeks of the fall semester you will see many advertisements and annoucements for information sessions, meetings, and registration locations for the Panhellenic recruitment period. In the meantime, any and all questions are encouraged and can be directed to the Panhellenic VP of Recruitment, Annie Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org.