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The formal recruitment process allows potential members to visit each sorority and to find a group of women that feels like their home away from home. At the end of each round, chapters will select potential members to invite back to their next event and potential members will prioritize their selections as well. This mutual selection process allows for the best fit for both the chapter and the new member.
The Recruitment Information Booklet answers frequently asked questions about formal recruitment, participating organizations, financial information and overall sorority life at Arizona State. The 2020 Recruitment Information Booklet is now available to view.
Registration for Fall 2020 Formal Recruitment will open on June 1, 2020.
To participate in Formal Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment during the Fall 2020 semester, you must register online via the Panhellenic Recruitment Registration Form.
The registration fee to participate in Fall Formal Recruitment is $60.
Registration closes 11:59 p.m. on August 26. Late registrations will not be accepted.
Upon completion of the Registration, no other materials are required or necessary for Panhellenic Formal Recruitment (this includes letters of recommendation, resumes, headshots, or any other materials). Transcripts or resumes are optional uploads to the ASU Panhellenic Recruitment Registration via the registration site.
Please do not submit or email any of these additional materials to the Panhellenic Council. Letters of Recommendation sent on your behalf should be sent directly to the (inter)national organization(s). Panhellenic Council does not handle or receive Letters of Recommendation.
Panhellenic Sorority Formal Recruitment consists of four rounds of recruitment over two weekends in late August and Labor Day Weekend and concludes with Bid Day. Panhellenic Sorority Formal Recruitment is held the Greek Leadership Village.
Please be available for the following days for Panhellenic Sorority Formal Recruitment. Attendance is required at all events to be considered for membership into any of the chapters participating in Formal Recruitment:
Round 1 (Open House) Friday, August 28
Round 2 (Philanthropy) Saturday & Sunday, August 29-30
Round 3 (Sisterhood) Friday (Evening) & Saturday, September 4-5
Round 4 (Preference) Sunday, September 6
Bid Day- Monday, September 7
*Due to the ongoing and evolving COVID-19 pandemic, all plans are tentative, and subject to changed if there are any changes from Arizona State University regarding the Fall 2020 semester. The ASU Panhellenic Council will abide by all recommendations of ASU and the CDC regarding social distancing and gathering sizes, and will work with university staff and administration to protect the health and safety of all members and potential new members of the community. Any changes will be announced as soon as possible. Formal recruitment will be happening this Fall. Please note that attendance at all rounds is required in order to join. More information about the Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment process, FAQs, and rounds will be discussed during the Recruitment Orientation.
If you have an academic commitment, ASU student-athlete commitment, religious commitment, urgent family commitment, or scheduling concern during any of these days, please email email@example.com . Please know that formal recruitment is a formal interview process that potential new members must be present to meet with chapters in order to be eligible to be invited back for further rounds. If you have issues during the recruitment process please communicate with your Rho Gamma.
If you have any disability related accommodation needs during the recruitment experience please contact the Disability Resource Center at DRC@asu.edu or by submitting the online application found on the Disability Resource Center website.
Please expect some chapters to be following and/or messaging you to talk about Recruitment and sending you the Recruitment Registration link. Our chapters have been encouraged to reach out to promote the Panhellenic experience, and if you receive a message or follow please do not be alarmed. These follows and messages do not mean that this chapter will be extending a bid; however, they are there as a resource if you have any questions about Recruitment.
We also encourage all students interested in Recruitment to follow @asupanhellenic on Instagram for updates and to learn more about the community as a whole.
Please email Rachel, Panhellenic President, if you have any questions or concerns regarding anything that has happened pertaining to this policy.
There are a few options to join a sorority outside of the formal recruitment process
Questions about Panhellenic Recruitment can be directed to any of the following:
To receive updates and reminders regarding recruitment and registration, complete the Fraternity & Sorority Life Interest Form.
For additional information explore the Greek Life Guidebook