Panhellenic


The college experience can be full of ups and downs.  Having close friends at your side during these moments, celebrating and sharing in your experiences, is just one of the benefits of our sisterhood.  The ties of sisterhood are unique, run deep, and last a lifetime.  From Bid Day forward, our new sisters are welcomed into our close bond.

RECRUITMENT:

LETTER FROM RVP

TESTIMONIALS

PANHELLENIC

ΑΔΠ never refers to its newest members as “pledges.”  They are Alphas, the Greek word for beginning.  Alphas participate in an education program, which is a time not only for learning about the history and organization of Alpha Delta Pi, but also for building and strengthening the lifelong bonds of sisterhood.  Alphas form deep friendships with other members of their Alpha class and within the sorority as a whole during this process.

 

Recruitment can be an overwhelming and confusing experience. With so many things to do and people to meet, it can seem that everyone is pulling you in different directions. With so much pressure, it can be difficult to see what the best decision is for you, and it can be easy to give in to the expectations that others set for you. This is just what the Panhellenic Council is here for: to help you through the process of recruitment and to ensure that everything runs smoothly throughout the school year and into Formal Recruitment Weekend.

The women of the Southwestern University Panhellenic Council are Greek women themselves; there are two delegates from each sorority on campus. Therefore, they know what you are going through as they have been through recruitment before. As Panhellenic Delegates, they disassociate themselves from their respective sororities so that you might have an unbiased source to go to for help and advice. Do not be afraid to approach them with questions and problems – that is what they are here for!

 

The women of the Southwestern University Panhellenic Council are Greek women themselves; there are two delegates from each sorority on campus. Therefore, they know what you are going through as they have been through recruitment before. As Panhellenic Delegates, they disassociate themselves from their respective sororities so that you might have an unbiased source to go to for help and advice. Do not be afraid to approach them with questions and problems – that is what they are here for!

 

Southwestern practices deferred recruitment, meaning we hold our formal recruitment weekend in January rather than August, like most schools. One of the benefits of this is that it allows first-year and independent women to take their time getting to know the women of each sorority by attending informal recruitment events held throughout the Fall semester. Remember to be yourself, keep an open mind, go to more than one recruitment event per sorority, and that Panhellenic will always be there for you!

 

For more information on the National Panhellenic Conference, the governing body for Greek women, visit their website. If you have questions regarding Southwestern’s recruitment process, please stop by the Office of Student Activities and talk with our fabulous Panhellenic Advisor, Jaime Woody, or ask one of your Panhellenic Delegates.

 

ΑΔΠ Informal Recruitment Events:
September 27th – ADPi Picnic with the Pi’s from 6-8 PM
November 15th – ADPi Cookies and Pi’s from 6-8 PM

 

Recruitment 2013
Recruitment Weekend: Thursday, January 12th – Saturday, January 14th

 

Deadline to sign up for Formal Recruitment: The first Tuesday of Spring Semester.

More information can be found on the Southwestern Panhellenic website.