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Arizona State Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment 2019


Celebrate ABBY MONHOLLEN

Encompassing the values of what being a sorority woman is, we celebrate the start of formal recruitment with our beloved Panhellenic sister, Abby Monhollen. In the summer of 2016, Abby Monhollen passed away after a tough couple months battling a sarcoma on her heart. Atop of a difficult course load to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a trauma surgeon, Abby graced our ASU and Greek communities in a multitude of ways. A proud member of Delta Gamma Fraternity, Abby seized multiple leadership positions within her chapter. Seeking additional ways to share her strong leadership style, Abby served as a Recruitment Counselor in Fall 2015, where she fell in love with Panhellenic and recognized a need to further a values based recruitment across our community. That same year, Abby was elected to serve as the Vice President of Recruitment for the Panhellenic Council. Although Abby was not with our council physically to lead our community in her position for the most recent recruitments, her contagious smile, Panhellenic spirit, and dedication undoubtedly shined down on our community and lead our council to carry out the largest formal recruitment to this date.

*If you would like to make a donation to the Abby Monhollen Scholarship Fund, a link will be available on the Recruitment Registration Form.*


THE ABBY MONHOLLEN Recruitment Counselor of the Year

Courtney Hillman Major: Accounting Favorite Rho Gamma Memory:

“My favorite memory of being a Recruitment Counselor was seeing how excited my PNM’s were for me to reveal my chapter and getting to watch them open the bids to their new homes.”


Greek life at ASU Spring 2018 »» ALL GREEK GPA (3.14) ABOVE THE ALLUNDERGRADUATE GPA (3.10) »» ALL SORORITY GPA (3.29) ABOVE THE ALLFEMALE GPA (3.21) »» 1,715 GREEK STUDENTS ACHIEVED DEAN’S LIST

Fall 2018 »» ALL GREEK GPA (3.20) »» ALL SORORITY GPA (3.33) »» ALL FRATERNITY GPA (3.03)

104,000+ Hours of community service completed in the Phoenix Metropolitan area $540,000+ raised for charitable organizations, both locally and nationally 400+ educational programs hosted for fraternity/ sorority members and the campus community


National Panhellenic Conference

When you join a National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sorority, you are not only joining a family of Greek women at ASU, but a family of Greek women across the entire world. In fact, there are more than 600 college and university campuses that are home to sorority women in the United States and Canada. NPC is the umbrella organization for 26 national and international sororities. Each sorority functions autonomously as social Greek-lettered societies of college women and alumnae. ASU recognizes 14 NPC sorority chapters and 2 associate chapters. The local Panhellenic Council, a smaller unit of the larger National Panhellenic Conference, is responsible for organizing activities of interest to all Panhellenic sororities on campus. No matter what city you end up in after college, you will always find friends and sisters. Alumnae chapters are set up throughout the United States and the world, allowing you to find a sense of home in any new place. While you may not initially know the women, you will know the bond that is shared in being part of the same organization.


MEET THE PANHELLENIC EXECUTIVE BOARD

Row 1 (Left to Right): Maddy, President; Faith, VP of Internal Affairs; Sierra, VP of Recruitment; Ashlee, VP of Judicial Affairs Row 2: Maddy, VP of Campus Affairs; Nina, VP of Marketing; Rachel, VP of Member Development; Hollie, VP of Risk Management Row 3: Taylor, Director of Recruitment Internal; Courtney, Director of Recruitment External; Emma, Director of Recruitment Programming; Sam, Director of Health, Wellness, and Sustainability

Row 4: Tylie, Director of Womens Leadership and Diversity


TABLE OF CONTENTS 8 - Letters to families 54 - Mu Epsilon Theta 10 - The Panhellenic Creed 56 - Phi Sigma Rho 11 - The Greek Alphabet 58 - Pi Beta Phi 12 - Terminology 60 - Sigma Kappa 14 - The Panhellenic Experience 62 - Community Traditions 15 - Sisterhood 64 - Greek Week 16 - Scholarship 65 - PowHER Conference 17 - Leadership 66 - Award Winners 18 - Community Service 68 - Get Involved as a 19 - Philanthropy New Member 20 - Housing 69 - Other ways to get in21 - Financial volved 22 - Anti-hazing Policy 71 - Chapter Dues 23 - Councils at ASU 72 - Closing Letter 26 - Recruitment Schedule 73 - Find us online! 27 - What to Wear 28 - Recruitment Tips 30 - Alpha Chi Omega 32 - Alpha Delta Pi 34 - Alpha Epsilon Phi 36 - Alpha Gamma Delta 38 - Alpha Omicron Pi 40 - Alpha Phi 42 - Chi Omega 44 - Delta Gamma 46 - Delta Zeta 48 - Kappa Alpha Theta 50 - Kappa Delta 52 - Kappa Kappa Gamma


LETTERS TO FAMILIES Families,

Congratulations on your student’s decision to participate in ASU’s 2019 Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment! She is about to begin an experience that will be full of activities and opportunities as she makes new friends, creates memories, and builds connections on campus. Please encourage your student to come to recruitment with an open mind. She may have heard stories about some or each of the chapters, be a legacy to a sorority, or have made the decision with a best friend to join the same sorority no matter what. These situations have the potential for creating disappointment, so please let her know the importance of making decisions based on the women she meets and the conversations she has in each sorority chapter. A recruitment participant will be the one living with the members for the next few years, and gaining sisters for life, so she should look for women she finds connections with, and a place she feels comfortable. Sororities require a financial, time, and housing commitment. Each chapter has their dues listed on page 71 of this booklet. While listed, your student should still ask each sorority about these financial obligations. Though being a member of a sorority does involve a time commitment, many of our sorority women are able to maintain employment and internships, be involved in extracurricular activities, and still have an amazing sorority experience.

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A portion of the Panhellenic sororities are housed in the Greek Leadership Village on the Tempe campus. Opportunities to live in the Greek Leadership Village var y by chapter and are something that your student should ask about during recruitment. In the event that your student chooses not to join a sorority or is unhappy with her experience, please be supportive. There are many other options for involvement at Arizona State University. No matter what the outcome is, she will have met many new people. At the Greek Leadership Village Tours, your student will meet some of the 2019 Recruitment Counselors. Recruitment Counselors are upperclassmen sorority women who have been selected and trained to help guide potential new women through the recruitment process. These women will temporarily disaffiliate from their organization to help provide the best experience for all the potential new members. Your student will be assigned to a group of Recruitment Counselors to go to for all recruitment questions and guidance during the recruitment process. Your student should direct any questions she has to her Recruitment Counselor. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me; I can be reached at 480-965-6822 or bridgette.wynn@asu.edu.

Sincerely,

BRIDGETTE

Fraternity & Sorority Life Coordinator

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PANHELLENIC CREED We, as Undergraduate Members of women’s fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its bets possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities.

We, as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character, inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.

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GREEK ALPHABET

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TERMINOLOGY Active: An initiated collegiate member who is currently paying dues to an undergraduate chapter Alumna: A sorority member who is a graduated member of a collegiate chapter Bid: A formal invitation extended to a prospective member to join a chapter Chapter: A membership unit of a/an (inter)national sorority Continuous Open Bidding: COB bids may be extended and accepted at any time during the school year other than during Formal Recruitment Fraternity: Greek letter sisterhood or brotherhood Initiation: A ceremony in which new members receive lifelong membership privileges Legacy: A women whose mother, sister, or in some cases, grandmother, is an alumna or active member of a sorority National Panhellenic Conference: NPC is a conference body composed of 26 national women’s fraternities, each of which is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women undergraduates and alumnae

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New Member: A person who has accepted an invitation to join a chapter and has not yet been initiated Panhellenic Council: The Panhellenic Council is a cooperative campus organization of collegiate members of NPC sororities Potential New Member: A woman interested in joining a Panhellenic sorority Preferential Bidding: A system used at the conclusion of Recruitment to match sorority and Potential New Member preferences Recruitment: A designated membership recruitment period during which a series of organized events are held by each NPC sorority, organized by the Panhellenic Council Rho Gamma/Recruitment Counselor: A Panhellenic sorority member who has disaffiliated from her chapter during formal recruitment; She is specially trained to help potential new members and answer any questions they may have about sorority membership Sorority: A Greek-letter sorority

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THE Panhellenic EXPERIENCE On behalf of the Panhellenic Executive Council and the 14 National Panhellenic Conference Sororities (and two associate members) at ASU, I would like to welcome you to Arizona State University! We, the College Panhellenic Association, are the governing body of the NPC sororities on campus. These women represent over 2,500 women, from all campuses and majors, in the ASU community. Entering college is an exciting time and there is no better way to make the most of your college experience than by going Greek! Being part of a sorority provides women with opportunities for involvement in community service, campus activities, leadership experience, and lifelong friendships while still maintaining high academic standards. Each sorority at ASU has something unique to offer its members. Panhellenic women are well-rounded individuals and strive for excellence in scholarship, service, and campus involvement. We hope that you consider becoming a part of this wonderful ASU tradition. On our website, azstatepanhellenic.com, you will be able to locate information regarding the chapters we have on campus, the Panhellenic Executive Officers and their roles, recruitment, and general FAQ! If you have any questions about recruitment or fraternity and sorority life in general, please feel free to contact me at my email or at our office in the Greek Leadership Community Center. Sincerely,

MADDY

asu.pha.president@gmail.com Panhellenic Association President

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Sisterhood Joining a Panhellenic Sorority is the beginning of creating a lifelong friends. It is a way for you to create a home away from home. One of the best aspects of joining a sorority is the friends you will make. You will share a bond with these women that is unlike any other. You will share each other’s successes, happiness, and occasional sorrows. You will find that relaxing and laughing with each other will be some of the most fulfilling times you and your sisters will have together. Sisterhood is more than wearing the same Greek letters– it is about a sense of belonging, companionship, and community.

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Scholarship

Academic achievement is the primary reason for attending college and Panhellenic sororities recognize the importance of scholarship. The Panhellenic Association does not require a specific GPA to participate in recruitment as each member organization makes its own membership decisions. However, each sorority has a minimum grade requirement to be considered for membership and initiation. The average grade requirement to join is around 2.5. It is important to understand that if your GPA is lower than the average chapter requirement, your opportunities for joining may decrease. We encourage you to inquire about this during recruitment. The Panhellenic sorority women want you to be successful here at ASU! Panhellenic chapters offer study hours, assistance in time management and study skills, as well as tutoring programs. Each national organization also offers academic scholarships for women who meet the requirements. With permission from each potential new member, ASU will verify GPA, ASU enrollment, and number of credits enrolled in for each woman going through recruitment.

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Leadership

Leadership development is one of the benefits of being in a sorority. As a chapter officer, you can further develop your leadership skills. Every chapter has multiple opportunities for you to get involved. Whether it is taking on a larger role, such as an Executive Board position, or even being on an event planning committee, there are leadership roles for everyone. Additionally, sorority women are also involved in campus-wide activities. Your chapter will encourage you to get involved. Greeks are members of numerous student organizations, including Undergraduate Student Government, ASU Athletics, Programming and Activities Board, Devils’ Advocates, Residence Hall Association, Order of Omega honor society, and many other organizations. Striking a balance between academics and extracurricular activities is an important part of college life. Involvement in both areas provides a well-rounded college experience.

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Community Service Panhellenic sorority women contribute so much to the ASU campus and surrounding community. ASU Greek Life completed nearly 60,000 hours of community service during the 2018-2019 academic year. This service was completed through individual and group community service projects at local volunteer programs such as The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, the Boys and Girls Club of America, Feed My Starving Children and many more.

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Philanthropy CHARITABLE DONATIONS

There are endless opportunities to help benefit the community. The ability to give your time and talents to others is one of the most important qualities you will develop while being part of a sorority. In addition to volunteering time, the fraternity and sorority community raised over $405,000 for charitable organizations during the 2017-2018 academic year.

PHILANTHROPY EVENTS Chapters hold philanthropy events throughout the year to raise money and awareness for their national philanthropic cause. Sororities and fraternities are able to come together and participate in each other’s events to impact the greater community.

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Housing The new Greek Leadership Village is a student-led project that provide the ASU Fraternity and Sorority community with meeting spaces, council offices, retail space and housing facilities to support their leadership, growth and development for years to come. As the New American University and a top public research institution, ASU is leading the way with its commitment to excellence, access and social impact. Along with its efforts to transform higher education, the community continues to advance values-based, impact-driven individuals and organizations to ensure the health, growth and success of fraternity and sorority life at ASU. The Greek Leadership Village was constructed in direct response to student demand and feedback and officially opened in the Fall of 2018. The Village is located on campus on the southeast corner of Rural and Lemon off of Terrace Road. There are 12 sorority chapters at ASU with facilities in the Greek Leadership Village. Many of our chapters also maintain live-in policies as part of their organization’s standing rules – be sure to ask about these policies and other housing questions during recruitment! Learn more about the Greek Leadership Village at greekvillage.asu.edu.

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Financial Joining a chapter comes with a financial requirement. You and your family should be aware of dues, fees, and other expenses before joining. The first semester is usually the most expensive, as most of the one-time new member fees occur then. Your investment during your collegiate years provides you with organization membership for a lifetime. Each chapter has dues that cover sisterhood and educational programming activities, philanthropic event participation, social events, merchandise, and sometimes travel to regional or national leadership opportunities. Be sure to review chapter included on ask questions about chapter dues cover

the financial matrix for each page 71 of this booklet and financial obligations and what before and during recruitment.

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Anti-hazing Policy Your experience during recruitment as a new sorority woman should never involve activities that make you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. Arizona State University does not tolerate hazing in any form, and therefore it is strictly prohibited. Additionally, hazing is a violation of all national fraternity and sorority policies, the Arizona Board of Regents Student Code of Conduct, and is a violation of state and federal law. All ASU students are expected to follow the ABOR Student Code of Conduct. For more information, contact the Office of Fraternity and Sorority life (asu.edu/GreekLife) or Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

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Councils at ASU MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL (MGC) The Multicultural Greek Council is the governing body for culturally based fraternities and sororities at Arizona State University. The MGC through their programming efforts, encourage scholastic achievement among its member organizations and individuals, provide a forum for discussion and to develop action strategies regarding issues relevant to the MGC community, coordinate semester activities and service related events to promote cooperation and harmony among member organizations, and strive to promote cultural awareness.

NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL (NPHC) The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), also known as the “Divine Nine” is the coordinating body for the historically AfricanAmerican fraternities and sororities at Arizona State University. NPHC honors the historical spirit of community service, cooperation, cultural consciousness, scholarship, servant leadership and unity.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LATINO FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS (NALFO) NALFO serves as the governing body for the 6 historically Latino/a fraternities and sororities at Arizona State University. NALFO’s purpose is to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of Latino/a fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism and education.

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Councils at ASU

MULTICULTURAL GREEK COUNCIL (MGC) • Alpha Phi Gamma (Sorority) • Sigma Lambda Beta • Alpha Pi Omega (Sorority) (Fraternity) • Delta Chi Lambda (Sorority) • Theta Psi Omega (Sorority) • Epsilon Sigma Rho (Fraternity) • Theta Nu Xi (Sorority) • Gamma Rho Lambda (Fraternity) • Lambda Sigma Gamma (Sorority) • Omega Phi Chi (Sorority) • Pi Alpha Phi (Fraternity) • Pi Lambda Chi (Sorority) • Sigma Lambda Gamma (Sorority)

NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL (NPHC)

• Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LATINO FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS (NALFO) • Gamma Alpha Omega (Sorority) • Gamma Zeta Alpha (Fraternity) • Kappa Delta Chi (Sorority) • Lambda Sigma Upsilon (Fraternity) • Lambda Theta Nu (Sorority)

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Councils at ASU INTERESTED IN MGC, NPHC, OR NALFO? VISIT HTTPS://EOSS.ASU.EDU/FSL FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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Recruitment Schedule ORIENTATION (PLEASE ATTEND ONLY ONE SESSION)

• August 20th - Downtown Phoenix Campus • August 21st - Tempe campus • August 22nd - Tempe campus

WELCOME BACK EVENT • August 23rd

FORMAL RECRUITMENT ROUNDS • August 24th - August 25th • August 30th - September 2nd

*Attendance at formal recruitment rounds is mandatory to be eligible to join a chapter through formal recruitment. If you have questions about attendance or conflicts, please email asu.pha.recruitmentexcuses@gmail.com.

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What to wear We have put together a few pinterest boards to help give you inspiration for each day of Recruitment! These outfits are just ideas, not required of you. We want you to always be com-fortable in your own skin and with your own style! Every round, please wear comfortable footwear.

Round 1: “Casual and comfortable;” Shorts, Casual top, Sandals. Round 2: “Smart Casual;” Shorts, Blouse, Casual dress. Round 3: Casual sun dress or skirt; Family party or graduation. Preference: Semiformal, cocktail dress, summer wedding.

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Recruitment tips Take notes! Writing down things you liked or didn’t like about each chapter right after each round on paper or in your phone which will help you when you reflect on all the chapters you visited each day. Record names of women you talked to, what you talked about, notable characteristics of each chapter, and anything else you want to remember. Be positive and polite. Look at the sorority as a whole. Don’t judge the entire chapter by just one woman. Ask questions! It will help the conversation run smoothly and show a sign of interest. Be mature in your decision making. Be realistic about the members with whom you feel the most comfortable. Do not interpret any remark made at an event as assurance of a bid – one individual member has no way of determining these things. Make sure to get plenty of rest, drink LOTS of water, and eat before and throughout the day. Recruitment is a long process and you will want to be your very best self.

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Remember to make your own decision! If you have any questions, feelings, or confusion that you want to discuss, go to your Rho Gamma! She is there for you and wants to help you throughout the process. Become friends with the women in your recruitment group. Some of them could end up being your sisters and, if not, it’s always nice to see a familiar face around campus. Bring shoes to change into while you’re walking from chapter to chapter. You will not want to wear those brand new heels for eight hours on a hot August day. Smile! Have a great time, meet as many people as possible and enjoy the experience to the fullest.

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ALPHA CHI OMEGA

VALUES

SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, CHARACTER, FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

SYMBOL THE LYRE

MASCOT N/A

DUES

FALL NEW MEMBERS; $1349.50 SPRING NEW MEMBERS; $917.50

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE SEPTEMBER 25, 1982

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 15, 1885

PHILANTHROPY

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS (DVA)

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HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Domestic Violence Awareness (DVA) is the focus of our national and local philanthropy. The ‘Real Strong Women’ of Alpha Chi Omega at ASU are committed to being informed and to find the necessary tools needed in order to educate others, support victims of domestic violence and take action to help end domestic violence. Our chapter hosts several philanthropic events on campus each year and raised over $22,000 in the 2018-19 school year. Signature events include “G.I. Alpha Chi,” and “Kickin’ It with Alpha Chi.” Our members host tabling events on campus during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Philo Week and Healthy Relationships Week. We continuously work to educate our members and campus community about DVA by bringing in local and national speakers and through DVA awareness programs.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER

One of Alpha Chi Omega’s membership criteria is “Leadership” and we are so proud to offer approximately 60 different leadership roles within our chapter that our members can learn and grow in. Freshmen especially are encouraged to serve and can begin almost immediately as a leader. We also want our members serving in roles outside of Alpha Chi Omega, be it on campus or in the community. Our sisters are making a difference locally and nationally and it grows from the opportunities they are given in Alpha Chi Omega.

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VALUES

ALPHA DELTA PI

SISTERHOOD, VALUES AND ETHICS, ACADEMICS, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, AND LEADERSHIP

SYMBOL DIAMOND

MASCOT LION

DUES

FALL - $1086 , SPRING - $804

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 14, 1950

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE MAY 15, 1851

PHILANTHROPY RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES

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HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Our sisters have the opportunity to support our philanthropy first hand by volunteering at the Ronald McDonald Houses in Arizona. A Ronald McDonald House provides a place for families to call home when their child is in the hospital so they can stay close by at little to no cost. We help make this possible by making dinner for the families bi-monthly and hosting our philanthropy week each Spring to raise money for our local houses!

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Members have ample opportunities to acquire a leadership position within the chapter as there are over 30 officer positions available! There are also various leadership conferences hosted by Alpha Delta Pi throughout the year that allow members to meet other chapter leaders from across the country.

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ALPHA EPSILON PHI

VALUES

BEAUTY, STRENGTH, AND WISDOM

SYMBOL

THE COLUMN

MASCOT GIRAFFE

DUES

FALL - $800 , SPRING - $800

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE MARCH 12, 2018

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 24, 1909

PHILANTHROPY

ELIZABETH GLASER PEDIATRIC AIDS FOUNDATION AND SHARSHERET

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HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We raise money and awareness for our two national philanthropies Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Sharsheret. This year we organized a bake sale and held our Glazed for Glaser donut sale event.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Our opportunities range in commitment from serving on our executive board to assisting in a chair position and even serving on committees.

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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA

VALUES

INSPIRE THE WOMAN. IMPACT THE WORLD.

SYMBOL

ARMORIAL BEARINGS

MASCOT

SKIOUROS THE SQUIRREL

DUES

FALL - $1197 , SPRING - $712

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE FEBRUARY 7, 1987

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE MAY 30, 1904

PHILANTHROPY FIGHTING HUNGER

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ΑΓΔ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Service Week, Feed My Starving Children, Food Drive

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Chapter President, Vice President- Wellness, Vice President- New Member Experience, Vice PresidentAcademic Excellence, Vice President, Event Planning, Vice President- Recruitment, Vice President- Marketing, Vice President- Finance, Vice President- Campus Relations, Vice President- Administration, Vice President- Philanthropy, Vice President- Member Experience, along with many director positions!

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ALPHA OMICRON PI VALUES

CHARACTER, DIGNITY, SCHOLARSHIP, COLLEGE LOYALTY

SYMBOL

SHEAF OF WHEAT

MASCOT PANDA

DUES

FALL - $850 , SPRING - $850

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE JANUARY 21, 2018

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE JANUARY 2, 1897

PHILANTHROPY

JUVENILE ARTHRITIS/THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION

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ΑΟΠ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We hold an annual Strike out Arthritis event every fall where our chapter members get to come together with other members of Greek life to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation. Last year we hosted our first ever Smoke out Arthritis event where we had a barbecue at the Greek Leadership Village and spent time with members of the Greek community. We also participate in The Arthritis Foundations events including the Walk to Cure Arthritis and the Jingle Bell Run.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Our active members can take on a leadership role as a part of our Leaders Council or Cabinet and can get involved on committees.

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VALUES

ALPHA PHI

SISTERHOOD, GENEROSITY, CHARACTER, INNOVATION

SYMBOL

IVY LEAF

MASCOT PHI BEAR

DUES

FALL - $1100 , SPRING - $750

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 10, 1959

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 10, 1872

PHILANTHROPY

THE ALPHA PHI FOUNDATION (HEART HEALTH)

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ΑΦ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We have our annual Red Dress Gala and Alpha Phifa/Hoops for Hearts. All of those donations go toward the Alpha Phi Foundation to continue our fight against the #1 killer of women in America.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Every woman has the opportunity to hold a position on the Executive Board and also have the chance to go to the Emerging Leader’s Institute and Fellowship.

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VALUES

CHI OMEGA

FRIENDSHIP, HIGH STANDARDS OF PERSONNEL, SINCERE LEARNING AND CREDIBLE SCHOLARSHIP, PARTICIPATION IN CAMPUS ACTIVITIES, CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

SYMBOL

SKULL AND CROSSBONES

MASCOT OWL

DUES

FALL - $908 , SPRING - $663

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE MAY 5, 1951

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE APRIL 5, 1895

PHILANTHROPY MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION

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HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We love to support our National Philanthropy, the Make-AWish Foundation, through our annual Wish Week. Wish Week is an entire week during the Fall semester dedicated to bringing the Greek community and other clubs/organizations together to help raise money for Make-A-Wish. We host percentage nights at local restaurants, all-you-can-eat Waffles for Wishes event at the Chi Omega House, t-shirt sales, and our main event Swishes for Wishes. During family weekend, we also hold our Make-A-Wish Gala where we showcase our dedication for the philanthropy to our families and auction off baskets made by our very own sisters! In the Spring semester, we hold our annual Valentine’s Day booth where we sell roses, candy, and raffles for prizes to raise even more money for Make-A-Wish.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Chi Omega has 9 Executive Board Leaders, 7 Cardinal Cabinet Directors, and 28 Cardinal Cabinet Chairs. We also offer our sisters the opportunity to serve as a Recruitment Chair Assistant, a Junior Panhellenic Delegate, Chi Omega Foundation Ambassador, New Member Assistant, and Secretary Assistant.

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VALUES

DELTA GAMMA

TO FOSTER HIGH IDEAS OF FRIENDSHIP, PROMOTE EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL INTERESTS, CREATE A SENSE OF TRUE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, AND TO DEVELOP THE BEST QUALITIES OF CHARACTER.

SYMBOL

ANCHOR

MASCOT

HANNAH DOLL

DUES

FALL - 1,091.25 SPRING - 1,036.75

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE MAY 10, 1958

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE DECEMBER 25, 1873

PHILANTHROPY SERVICE FOR SIGHT

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ΔΓ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? ASU Delta Gamma supports our philanthropy by volunteering at Phoenix’s Foundation for Blind Children, raising money for Guide Dogs of the Desert, volunteering at Elmcroft of Tempe, and working with veterans who have impaired sight due to their time of service.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER All members of Delta Gamma are given the opportunity to be leaders by being part of our chapter’s chapter management team, joint chapter management team, and by being a part of a committee under a director.

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VALUES

DELTA ZETA

SISTERHOOD, ACADEMICS, PHILANTHROPY

SYMBOL

LAMP

MASCOT TURTLE

DUES

FALL- $700 SPRING- $500

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 8, 2005

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 24, 1902

PHILANTHROPY

STARKEY HEARING FOUNDATION (SUPPORTING SPEECH AND HEARING)

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ΔΖ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We support our philanthropy through our two annual events, Delta Zeta Dukeout in the Spring semester, and our Hoops for Hearing basketball tournament in the Fall semester. Nationally, these events benefit the Starkey Hearing Foundation, The Painted Turtle Camp, and Gallaudet University. Delta Zeta at Arizona State is proud to have raised over half of a million dollars for these organizations.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER We encourage members to become leaders by offering numerous executive board and chairwoman positions. Each position serves a special role in our chapter. We also encourage members to be leaders in their everyday lives through embodying our values of sisterhood, academics, and philanthropy.

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KAPPA ALPHA THETA

VALUES

SISTERHOOD, FRIENDSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP, PERSONAL EXCELLENCE, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE

SYMBOL

KITE, TWIN STARS, PANSY

MASCOT NONE

DUES

FALL- $690 SPRING- $660

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE APRIL 11, 1959

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE JANUARY 27, 1870

PHILANTHROPY

COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA) AND THE THETA FOUNDATION

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ΚΑΘ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Each year, Theta hosts Theta Dodgeball which is a dodgeball tournament and week-long fundraising event to raise money for CASA. Theta also hosts Cupcakes with Theta, an event where members bake cupcakes to sell to attendees to support the Theta Foundation.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER Theta has a 24 officer structure and all members have the opportunity to apply for positions and be leaders within our chapter.

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VALUES

KAPPA DELTA

BUILDING CONFIDENCE AND INSPIRING ACTION

SYMBOL

NAUTILUS SHELL AND DAGGER

MASCOT

TEDDY BEAR

DUES

FALL- $1092 SPRING- $1100

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE DECEMBER 3RD, 2015

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 23RD, 1897

PHILANTHROPY

GIRL SCOUTS OF THE USA AND PREVENT CHILD ABUSE AMERICA (PCAA)

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ΚΔ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? We as Kappa Deltas donate our time to the Girl Scouts of the USA by hosting fun, educational, inspirational events and workshops on campus for local troops. We also, host an annual Shamrock Week that includes t-shirt sales, penny wars, pinwheel sales, homemade dinner at our house, and a Capture the Flag tournament. All proceeds of the events held in the week go to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona and Prevent Child Abuse America.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER There are many ways to get involved and become a leader in Kappa Delta! Besides being a member of our Executive Council, members are encouraged to hold Appointed Officer positions as a chairwoman, committee member or mentor to our new member classes. We also promote members to live their values in their everyday lives and become leaders outside of Kappa Delta and in the community.

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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA

VALUES

BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP, MUTUAL SUPPORT, SELF-GROWTH AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT

SYMBOL

GOLDEN KEY AND FLEUR DE LIS

MASCOT OWL

DUES

FALL- $1277 SPRING- $640

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE APRIL 24TH, 1959

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE OCTOBER 13TH, 1870

PHILANTHROPY

READING IS FUNDAMENTAL, RYAN HOUSE & KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA FOUNDATION

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ΚΚΓ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Kappa Kappa Gamma supports our philanthropies by holding an annual “Golden Key Gala” in the fall to raise money for Ryan House. Golden Key Gala is an opportunity to raise money for this cause as well as offering an invitation to family members to enjoy a night of eating, socializing, auctioning, and learning about our chapter. In the spring we support our National Philanthropy, Reading is Fundamental, by hosting “Killin it with Kappa”, a sand volleyball tournament where fraternities and sororities on campus are encouraged to participate. This is a week long event including many fundraising activities. Lastly, we support the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation by raising money from local businesses year round.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER In Kappa Kappa Gamma we offer 16 different chapter council positions that each hold individual responsibilities. Each position is assigned a committee which gives other members in the chapter the opportunity to learn about the positions and assist with the officers responsibilities.

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MU EPSILON THETA

VALUES

SISTERHOOD, SERVICE, SPIRITUALITY

SYMBOL

3 INTERLOCKING RINGS

MASCOT LAMB

DUES

$285 FOR FALL & SPRING. (VARIES EACH SEMESTER, HOWEVER. DUES DO NOT EXCEED $300 A SEMESTER)

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE APRIL 2013

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE JANUARY 16TH, 1987

PHILANTHROPY

ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC NEWMAN CENTER

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ΜΕΘ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Mu Epsilon Theta hosts several percentage nights, and during the spring we host a male pageant called “Mr. Newman”.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER We provide opportunities for girls to gain professional experience by offering many chair positions, as well as Executive Board positions. It helps them learn how to organize events, stay active within the community, and work with others.

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VALUES

PHI SIGMA RHO

FRIENDSHIP SCHOLARSHIP AND ENCOURAGEMENT

SYMBOL STAR & PYRAMID

MASCOT

SIGMAND THE PENGUIN

DUES

FALL- $350 SPRING- $300

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE SEPTEMBER 24, 1984

PHILANTHROPY

THE LEUKEMIA LYMPHOMA SOCIETY AND THE GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA

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ΦΣΡ

HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? In the fall we participate in Light the Night, a walk for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (started by a chapter of Phi Sigma Rho). In the Spring we do a STEM day for the local troops of the Girl Scouts to support girls who are interested in STEM.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER We have many positions that members can run for and all members will participate on committees to help plan and run different events.

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VALUES

PI BETA PHI

INTEGRITY, LIFELONG COMMITMENT, HONOR AND RESPECT, PERSONAL AND INTELLECTUAL GROWTH, PHILANTHROPIC SERVICE TO OTHERS, SINCERE FRIENDSHIP

SYMBOL ARROWS

MASCOT ANGELS

DUES

FALL- $1346 SPRING- $731

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE FEBRUARY 14TH 1959

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE APRIL 28, 1867

PHILANTHROPY

READ LEAD ACHIEVE

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ΠΒΦ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY?

We support Read. Lead. Achieve by hosting a week of fundraising events concluded by our annual volleyball tournament, Arrowspike which multiple organizations on campus participate in. Along with Arrowspike we also host Pi Phi’s PHInest. Our chapter created PHInest to find a new way to promote the importance of literacy on campus beyond just our organization. By competing to be Pi Phi’s PHInest the competitors are committing to be a “literacy coach” for our chapter and the greater community. This is a competition like no other that prioritizes the value of literacy. Lastly, we also travel to schools across Tempe and host Champions are Readers by putting on literacy related activities and teaching the students how to read.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER We encourage involvement in leadership in all grade levels, by giving our women opportunities to be leaders in our chapter with our executive board, policy and standards board, leadership and nominating committee, as well as committees that are specific to our events that we hold throughout the year.

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VALUES

SIGMA KAPPA

FRIENDSHIP, LOYALTY, SERVICE, PERSONAL GROWTH

SYMBOL HEART & TRIANGLE

MASCOT DOVE

DUES

FALL- $1173 SPRING- $628

LOCAL FOUNDING DATE SPRING 1989

NATIONAL FOUNDING DATE NOVEMBER 9, 1874

PHILANTHROPY

SIGMA KAPPA FOUNDATION, INHERIT THE EARTH, GERONTOLOGY, MAINE SEA COAST MISSION, ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION

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ΣΚ HOW DOES YOUR CHAPTER SUPPORT YOUR PHILANTHROPY? Sigma Kappa has a couple events throughout the year to support our philanthropies. Every year we raise money and participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s as well as raised money for our Foundation through our Ultra Violet Campaign and softball tournament as well as our yearly Sig Kap and Cheese night.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CHAPTER There are many opportunities for leadership in Sigma Kappa for members in each grade level. We have 11 Executive Council positions, 10 chair positions, and many opportunities to be a small group leader for different events throughout the year.

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COMMUNITY TRADITIONS WELCOME WEEK Panhellenic sororities volunteer ever y year to welcome new students to ASU. We hope to see you at events such as First Year move-in and Passport to ASU!

SUN DEVIL ATHLETICS

Fraternity and Sorority Life has sponsored different football and basketball games to get our Sun Devils excited for upcoming games by hosting nights full of giveaways like shirts, food, fanny-packs, and giant Greek letters. We are proud to cheer on our fellow Sun Devils at every home game.

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FAMILY WEEKEND Family Weekend provides you with a great opportunity to introduce your family to your new college life and sorority sisters. Fraternity and Sorority Life will host several events throughout the weekend and sororities and fraternities often partner together to host a variety of events for their families.

HOMECOMING

Homecoming is an exciting time for both current Sun Devils and alumni as they return to their alma mater to show their Sun Devil spirit! Many Greeks participate in the Universitysponsored festivities as volunteers and as spectators. There are also competitions among the organizations to show the campus which organization has the most school spirit! Many sororities plan alumnae events, offering a great time for sorority women to reconnect with alumnae and celebrate being Greek!

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GREEK WEEK GREEK WEEK & GREEK SING Greek Week is an annual spring semester tradition that unites all Greeks to promote community pride while engaging in meaningful community service and fun team building events. Sororities and fraternities partner together on teams to compete in activities such as a trivial bowl, athletic competitions, and a community service event. Our culminating event is Greek Sing, a competition hosted in Gammage Auditorium to raise money for Valley of the Sun United Way. This past Greek Week, our Greek Sun Devils raised an amazing $70,000! Greek Week 2020 will be in April 2020.

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POWHER CONFERENCE Personal, academic and career success takes PowHER! That’s right, PowHER because all women have the capability to be powerful. In their workplace, at the university, in their family, and long into the future, women can bring power to any environment. Last year, 250 women joined us for the third PowHER Women’s Conference at ASU, coordinated and sponsored by the Panhellenic Council. Speakers touched on a variety of topics, answering important questions such as what does it take to be a poised and successful woman? How can you be successful at ASU, in your chosen career, and in your community? From leadership development to networking and work/ life balance, Panhellenic and the PowHER conference aim to empower women in areas that affect so many of us in today’s society. It is our goal to encompass a wide variety of topics that are influential in every college woman’s life both as a student at Arizona State University and beyond.

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AWARD WINNERS GREEK AWARDS 2019

• Outstanding Philanthropic Endeavor: Delta Gamma’s “Anchorsplash) • Panhellenic Chapter of the Year: Sigma Kappa • Sportsmanship Award: Cheyenne Piepmeyer, Chi Omega • Sun Devil Spirit Award: Tina Kinnerup, Delta Gamma • President of the Year: Tatum Bicolis, Chi Omega

PITCHFORK AWARDS

• Outstanding Greek Leader of the Year: Jacqueline Palmer, Kappa Alpha Theta

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HOMECOMING 2018 1st Place: Alpha Phi Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Nu 2nd Place: Alpha Delta Pi, Mu Epsilon Theta, Phi Kappa Theta, Phi Sigma Rho, Sigma Kappa 3rd Place: Chi Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Kappa Tau

GREEK WEEK & GREEK SING 2019 Greek Sing Winners

1st Place: Alpha Chi Omega, Farmhouse, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2nd Place: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Kappa Delta Rho, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Theta Delta Chi 3rd Place: Alpha Phi Gamma, Alpha Gamma Delta, Lambda Sigma Upsilon, Lambda Theta Nu, Kappa Delta chi, Gamma Alpha Omega, Gamma Zeta Alpha, Sigma Lambda Beta, Sigma Kappa, Theta Xi, Zeta Beta Tau

Greek Week Winners 1st Place: Alpha Chi Omega, Farmhouse, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2nd Place: Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Nu 3rd Place: Alpha Phi Gamma, Alpha Gamma Delta, Lambda Sigma Upsilon, Lambda Theta Nu, Kappa Delta chi, Gamma alpha Omega, Gamma Zeta Alpha, Sigma Lambda Beta, Sigma Kappa, Theta Xi, Zeta Beta Tau

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GET INVOLVED as a

NEW MEMBER Join Junior Panhellenic LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE REPRESENT YOUR CHAPTER MAKE CONNECTIONS IN THE PANHELLENIC COMMUNITY PLAN EVENTS LEARN MORE ABOUT GREEK LIFE AT ASU & INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Follow this link to join Junior Panhellenic Link: http://bit.ly/asujuniorpanhellenic

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OTHER WAYS TO GET

INVOLVED

Student Organizations Did you know that there are over 1000 clubs and organizations at A SU? Gain leadership skills, meet friends, and enhance your A SU experience! Visit www.asu.edu/clubs for more information.

Programming and Activities Board (PAB) PAB consists of 11 departments that plan activities and events in various areas of interest. For more information, please visit eoss.asu.edu/pab.

Undergraduate Student Government (USG) USG is a great way to gain experience in politics, student leadership, and build friendships along the way. Visit asuusg.com for more information.

Residence Hall Association (RHA) RHA is ASU’s largest student organization and represents all the students living on campus. For more information, go to www.asu.edu/clubs/rha.

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Culturally-based Sororities and Fraternities If you are interested in joining a culturally-based chapter, please visit www. eoss.asu.edu/fsl/join/cultural for more information.

Professional Greek-lettered Organizations The Professional Fraternity Council (PFC) is the collaborative and governing body for professionallybased member fraternities and sororities at ASU. For more information, visit SunDevilSync to learn about all professional or academic greek organizations.

IFC Fraternities For men who are interested in joining a chapter from the Interfraternity Council, please visit www.asu.edu/fsl/join/fraternity for more information.

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CHAPTER DUES

*These dues represent the organizations participating in the formal recruitment process. For more information regarding the dues of Alpha Epsilon Phi, Mu Epsilon Theta, or Phi Sigma Rho, please contact those chapters specifically.

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CLOSING LETTER We hope you enjoyed this packet and have become more familiar with Arizona State’s Panhellenic Sorority life. Joining a sorority is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have in college, providing you with academic, professional, and moral support, not only during your college career, but post-college as well. We are so excited you have taken interest in the organizations that hundreds of women hold dear to their hearts, and we can’t wait to help you with your journey to finding your new home. If you still have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Sierra at asu.pha.vprecruitment@gmail.com or Emma, the Director of Recruitment Programming at asu. pha.receprogramming@gmail.com. Emma’s position in recruitment is to work closely with all potential new members and provide support and answers throughout the experience! Remember to follow us on social media to look out for any new announcements or information. Welcome to ASU, and we cannot wait to see you in the Fall! Sincerely,

THE PANHELLENIC RERUITMENT TEAM

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