2021 Executive Board
Vice President of Administration
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of External Recruitment
Vice President of Internal Recruitment
Vice President of Scholarship
Vice President of Judicial
Director of Community Relations
Director of Women’s Empowerment
Director of Marketing and Public Relations
College Panhellenic Council
Northern Arizona University’s College Panhellenic Council (CPC) serves as the governing body to all social Greek Panhellenic sororities. This council functions in accordance with the policies and procedures established by the National Panhellenic Conference. The Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Panhellenic Graduate Assistant advise CPC.
The council is made up of:
- An executive board
- Ten chapter presidents
- Ten Panhellenic delegates representing each Panhellenic sorority on campus
College Panhellenic Council fall recruitment
The safety of our Lumberjacks is our number one priority for our students and our current members. For 2021 Fall Recruitment we are reinventing the recruitment process. We plan to offer an engaging experience that connects students at a time when we greatly need to find ways to support one another. For these reasons, we will be having a hybrid version of the recruitment process. Four of the days will be done over zoom three days with be held in person. Our hope is that regardless you will get to partake in a wonderful opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and find a place to call home focusing on scholarship, sisterhood, philanthropy, and social engagements while making sure everyone is in a safe and inclusive space. Registration is $50 for the Fall semester and closes at 8 am on September 1st.
Mandatory Recruitment Dates :
Wednesday, September 1st, 7:00 pm Accordion Closed
Recruitment Information Meeting. You will learn all about recruitment and meet your recruitment counselors. RCs are current sorority members from NAU’s Panhellenic community who will serve as your guides to help you through the recruitment process. Attendance at this meeting is mandatory. If you have class during this time, please attend class and let your RC know about your absence. Your Recruitment Counselor will be in contact with you to go over the information you miss.
Thursday, September 2nd Accordion Closed
You will have the opportunity to meet up with your recruitment counselors and other women going through the recruitment process to learn more, chat, and connect!
Location: You’re RC will be in contact with the time and locations of a meet-up for your group.
Friday, September 3rd, 11:00 am-5:00 pm Accordion Closed
Meet the Chapters (the first day of formal recruitment). You will receive information virtually starting Wednesday, September 1st. You will then have three times to view all chapters’ materials and learn about all nine chapters. On Friday, you will have a set time between 11 am and 5 pm to meet with your recruitment counselor and select the chapters you are most interested in learning more information about on Saturday.
Saturday, September 4th, 10:00 am-7:30 pm Accordion Closed
Sisterhood Round – Potential new members may visit up to seven chapters to learn about each sorority’s sisterhood and what sisterhood means to each chapter. Financial information for each chapter will be given during this round as well.
Sunday, September 5th, 10:00 am-8:00 pm Accordion Closed
Philanthropy Round – Potential new members may visit up to five chapters during this round and will learn more about the philanthropies and beneficiaries of each chapter.
Monday, September 6th, 10:00 am-9:00 pm Accordion Closed
Preference Round – This day is sentimental and will be your final visit with up to two chapters before you decide which chapter is the right match for you.
Location: The Health and Learning Center and the Union
Tuesday, September 7th, 6:00 pm Accordion Closed
Bid Day – You will be meeting with your RC groups and your RC will distribute your bid cards. After your RCs reveal what chapters they are a part of, you will have individual interactions with your new organization!
As more information becomes available it will be posted through NAU Panhellenic Instagram, NAU Panhellenic Website, and NAU.edu/FSL. For any questions or concerns please reach out at email@example.com.
Membership selection information
Northern Arizona University Greek organizations appreciate the benefits of diversity and have designed their membership selection processes to offer a mutual exploration for chapters and prospective members alike. Every student is welcome and encouraged to participate in Greek membership selection.
The Northern Arizona University Greek system encourages the participation of students from diverse backgrounds. The Greek philosophy promotes self-worth, human dignity, and a positive image. Discrimination on the basis of race, ethnic background, or economics will not be tolerated in any area of membership selection.
Each chapter will affirm its compliance with membership selection processes that are in accordance with the NAU student organization non-discrimination statement as set forth below:
Northern Arizona University prohibits discrimination in organizational membership on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religion, age, or veteran status. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 106.14, makes an exception for social fraternities and sororities with regard to gender requirements for membership.