University of Idaho
Panhellenic Fall 2018 Formal Recruitment
Table of Contents
Greek Life Staff 2
Greek Alphabet 3
Rho Gammas 18
Greek Councils 4
What to Wear 19
Letter from Our Recruitment Team 5
Greek Parking 20
Life as a New Member 7
Campus Resources 8
Conversation Tips 26
The Panhellenic Creed 9
GPA Requirements 9
Speak Greek 29
PNM Bill of Rights 10
PNM Expectations 32
Greek Row Map 11
Greek Life Staff Dr. Shawn Dowiak Assistant Dean of Students & Greek Life Advisor
Nick O'Neil Fraternity and Sorority Life Coordinator
Students can choose from 10 sorority chapters at the University of Idaho. Â They are governed by the College Panhellenic Council which strives to promote leadership, diversity, scholastic achievement and service. Our Council has unique officer positions meant to emphasize philanthropy, scholarship, and more!
Interfraternity Council The IFC promotes the development of every fraternity man on our campus, providing leadership opportunities, lifelong friends and more. There are 16 IFC fraternities.
Multicultural Greek Council The Multicultural Greek Council is comprised of 7 nationally recognized, ethnically-based fraternity and sorority chapters. Its primary purpose is to unite member organizations to share ideas and provide a support network for students.
Letter from our Recruitment Team! Welcome new Vandals and congratulations for making the best choice of your college career, GOING GREEK! Your new adventure at the University of Idaho has just begun and great things lie in front of you. We hope you have an amazing week meeting our extraordinary Panhellenic women. We can't wait to guide you and grow along side you throughout this awesome adventure. Remember to keep an open mind, open heart, and stay true to yourself. Go Vandals and Go Greek!
Kirsten Forster & Whitney Cornelia 5
Vice Presidents of External & Internal Recruitment
Kirst & Whit Picture
Life as a New Member
During your time as a new member of a Greek Organization you will experience lots of laughter and great memories, but you will also have more responsibility and education. On Preference Day, you will get the chance to attend a Greek 101 Seminar to learn about the benefits of Sorority Membership. After receiving a bid, you will be required to attend regular new member meetings until your initiation. Each chapter has a different program specifically designed for the new members. The meetings will educate you about the history, tradition and rituals of the chapter. The meetings will be lead by a New Member Educator, a woman in the chapter whose responsibility is to guide you through your new member education and initiation. Joining a sorority helps your transition into college life so much easier! Constant support and guidance will make you feel at home at the University of Idaho.
Campus Resources Counseling and Testing Center The Counseling & Testing Center's staff of psychologists offers students a wide range of counseling services and resources like individual counseling, stress/anxiety management, career guidance and counseling, and learning disabilities/ADHD assessment. Phone: (208) 885-6716 Email: email@example.com Website: https://www.uidaho.edu/current-students/ctc
Academic Support Services Explore advising, tutoring, disability support services, supplemental instruction and other programs that could help you reach your academic goals. Phone: (208) 885-6757 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.uidaho.edu/current-students/academic-support
Campus Security and Safety Campus Security provides complementary services like campus information, campus SAFEWALKs, car jumpstarts, loaner gas can, and assistance with after-hour building and office lockouts. Phone: (208) 885-2254 Email: email@example.com Website: https://www.uidaho.edu/infrastructure/pss/security-services
The Panhellenic Creed
We, the 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 best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, the fraternity women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by 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.
GPA Requirements Green Zone 3.0 + If you are in this category, you most likely won't have any problems.
Yellow Zone 2.7-2.9 If you are in this category, there is the possibility to be cut from a sorority chapter due to your GPA.
Red Zone 2.6 There is a large possibility to be cut from recruitment. However, concerns should be voiced to members and you should complete the process anyways.
Potential New Member Bill of Rights Potential New Members have the right to: The right to be treated as an individual The right to be fully informed about the recruitment process The right to ask questions and receive true and objective answers from recruitment counselors and members The right to be treated with respect The right to be treated as a capable and mature person without being patronized The right to ask how and why, and to receive straight answers The right to have and express opinions to recruitment counselors The right to have inviolable confidentiality when sharing information with recruitment counselors The right to make informed choices without undue pressure from others The right to be fully informed about the binding agreements implicit in the membership acceptance signing The right to make oneâ€™s own choice and decision and accept full responsibility for the results of that decision The right to have a positive, safe and enriching recruitment and new member experienceÂ 10
Greek Row Map
Check-in/Conversation Day August 8th 10AM-2PM: Check-in by the Tower Lawn and move in 2PM: Get to know your Rho Gammas and tour Greek Row 2PM-5:30PM Parent's Reception 3:30PM: Recruitment Orientation at the Admin Auditorium 5PM: Dinner at the Hub 6PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 6:15PM-9:35PM: Conversation Day Rounds 1-6 This day is about moving in and getting to know your Rho Gammas, recruitment group, and women from different chapters! Ask about women's role models, what they want to do when they graduate, aspirations, pets they have, etc.
Conversation Day August 9th 7AM-8AM: Breakfast 9AM: Meet with Recruitment Group 9:30AM-12:15PM: Conversation Day Rounds 7-11 12:30PM: Lunch at the Hub 1PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 1:30PM-4:15PM: Conversation Day Rounds 12-16 4:30PM: Ranking in the TLC 123 5:30PM: Dinner at the Hub 7PM: Evening activity at the Admin Auditorium This day is all about meeting women from every chapter on campus! Ask about women's role models, what they want to do when they graduate, pets they have, etc. 13
Sisterhood Day August 10th 7AM: Breakfast 7:45AM: Meet with Recruitment Group 8:15AM-12PM: Sisterhood Day Rounds 1-4 12:15PM: Lunch at the Hub 1PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 1:30PM-5:15PM: Sisterhood Day Rounds 5-8 5:30PM: Dinner at the Hub 6:30PM-8:15PM: Sisterhood Day Rounds 9-10 8:30PM: Ranking in TLC 123 9PM: Evening activity at the Admin Auditorium This day is all about getting to know what makes each chapter unique. Ask about their scholarship programs, sisterhood events, dining plans, and alumni programs.
Philanthropy Day August 11th 7AM: Breakfast 7:45AM: Meet with Recruitment Group 8:15AM-12PM: Philanthropy Day Rounds 1-4 12:15PM: Lunch at the Hub 1PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 1:30PM-5:15PM: Philanthropy Day Rounds 5-8 5:30PM: Dinner at the Hub 6PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 6:30PM-8:15PM: Philanthropy Day Rounds 8:30PM: Ranking in TLC 123 9:00PM: Evening activity at the Admin Auditorium This day is all about learning about chapter's philanthropies and the events they hold to raise money and awareness for the organization. Ask women why they love their philanthropy, how it makes a difference in our community, and what campus events are held. 15
Preference Night August 12th 7AM: Breakfast 7:45AM-3PM: Greek 101 3PM: Free Time 5PM: Dinner at the Hub 6PM: Meet with Recruitment Group 6:30PM-11:15PM: Preference Night Rounds 1-4 10PM-12AM: Sign in MRABA's in the International Ballroom This day is about connecting with chapter women during a special ceremony. It is very special what happens inside the ceremony, so please don't share your experiences with other PNM's. Ask women what they love about their sorority, what they values mean to them, and how they live their chapters values in their everyday life.
Bid Day August 13th 7AM: Breakfast 8AM: Move out of Residence Halls 10:30AM: Meet with Recruitment Group 11AM: Closing remarks at the Admin Auditorium 12PM: Open Bid Cards!! 1PM-5PM: Receive items from storage units and move into chapter housing This is the most exciting day of recruitment. Once you open your bid in the auditorium, you run out and meet your new sisters on the Admin Lawn. After this, you need to receive your items in the storage unit and move into the chapter facility!
A Rho Gamma is a "recruitment guide" assigned to you during recruitment They provide support and assistance throughout recruitment to help you find your home. They are active members of sororities on campus but they chose to be disaffiliated. They have no ties to their own chapters during this week in order to provide an unbiased opinion to you, so feel free to tell them how you feel! Remember that they are still members of sororities, so don't say anything rude or mean. Its okay to be honest, but never disrespectful. 18
What to Wear
Cute casual; jeans, shorts, t-shirts, tanks, and sandals.
Casual dress; sundress, nice shorts, flats, sandals.
Philanthropy Day Semi-casual attire; sundress, skirt, pants, nice top, heels, nice sandals.
Formal attire; nice dress, skirt, slacks, nice top, comfy heels, flats.
Bid Day Casual attire; Shirts will be provided by chapters after bids are opened.
The University of Idaho and the city of Moscow form a vibrant urban oasis in the wide open spaces of the Palouse. Walking and bicycling get you where you need to go on campus and downtown. With over 2,500 bicycle parking spaces on campus, getting to class or the gym is quick and convenient. Need to grab groceries? The City of Moscow’s free SMART Transit service offers transportation Monday through Friday to key destinations all over Moscow with four stops on the U of I campus. Need to run an errand across town on the weekend? There are currently two Zipcars on campus available to rent by the hour by those 18 years old and over with a valid driver’s license. Insurance is included! Heading home for break? The Dean of Students Break Bus is a fun way to make the trip. The University of Idaho also participates in Zimride, a ride-sharing platform that matches University of Idaho and WSU riders with drivers. It’s a great way to get home with minimal expense. Northwestern Trailways also provides daily service to major cities in the Inland Northwest. If a vehicle is a must, however, we are here to help. Parking is limited and we encourage Greeks who do not plan on using their vehicle three or more times a week to purchase a Purple Economy parking permit. Park just west of the Kibbie Dome for only $35 for the whole year. For Greeks who need their vehicle almost daily, a Purple parking permit allows parking closer to the core of campus for $172 per year. Distribution of Purple parking permits is managed by each house. Questions? Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 208-885-6424 or www.facebook.com/uipts/. Thank you and Go Vandals!
Frequently Asked Questions What does mutual selection mean? Our University utilizes a "mutual selection" process where chapter votes and your rankings are considered in creating your Recruitment schedule and, ultimately, your bid. Who does the matching? The University works with a program called Campus Director which matches women to chapters based on mutual selection. Panhellenic is also assigned an RFM Specialist (Release Figure Management) who volunteers to assist with Recruitment on behalf of her national organization. She is not affiliated with the University and coordinates the process behind the scenes helping to ensure that the largest number of women possible are matched with their preferences.
What does it mean to be "released from Recruitment"? When a PNM is "released from Recruitment" this means she has not been invited back to any chapters for the following round. If a PNM is released, a member of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs will contact the PNM directly to discuss options. 21
Are all women going through the formal Recruitment process guaranteed to receive a bid to a sorority?
Unfortunately, not all PNMs will receive a bid from a sorority. There are a few reasons that this might happen: A PNM did not receive a bid from the organization she preferred and she chose to leave the Recruitment process In an effort to receive a bid from a preferred organization, a PNM elected not to receive offers from other organizations. If a preferred organization chooses not to offer a bid, the PNM may have little to no other organizations left that may be willing to extend a bid. A PNM may not match with any chapter during formal Recruitment.
What can I expect recruitment to be like? Recruitment can definitely be tiring both physically and emotionally. However, it is really up to you to decide how positive a recruitment experience you will have. A good attitude and an open mind are vital. Remember that even though small talk may become tedious and repetitive, every chapter visit is a new experience. Approach even the last chapter of the day with an open mind and good attitude; it could be the right one for you! 22
What support resources are available during Recruitment? Each woman participating in the formal Recruitment process is assigned a group leader, known as a Rho Gamma. They assist in the logistics of the Recruitment process and serves as a guide and ally for the women in their group. The Panhellenic Executive Board and staff members from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life are also available to assist. How does a PNM withdraw from Recruitment? If you want to withdraw from the Recruitment process, you must notify your Recruitment Guide or the Panhellenic Recruitment Chair. In addition, you must complete a short survey about the Recruitment process. This survey will help improve the process for future PNMs.
May I decide not to accept a bid that I receive? You do not have to accept a bid; however if you wish to join in the future, there are several guidelines. If you receive a bid from any National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) group and you choose not to accept it, you may not pledge any other NPC women's sorority until the next Formal Recruitment Period. This is in accordance with the NPC Unanimous Agreements, which expresses the fair play essential to interfraternity activity and sets forth the rights of women's fraternities as private, voluntary social organizations.
What happens if I am scheduled to visit a chapter that I am not interested in? You may be asked to return to a chapter that is not one of your favorites. The Recruitment process is designed to match women with chapters that are the best fit and most interested in them. Though you may not want to visit a particular chapter, you are highly encouraged to do soand should approach that chapter with an open mind. It is important for all PNMs to be respectful of each chapter.
What happens if Iâ€™m not asked to return to a chapter that I really wanted to join? Once a chapter has made their PNM selections for the next day that decision is final. There is nothing that can be done to alter your schedule or add you back onto the list of a chapter that has not asked you to return. It is important to focus on the chapters that are still on your schedule and to continue to have an open mind. I have a food allergy/other dietary restriction, are there food options for me in sorority housing? Yes! Every house caters to food allergies. Upon move in, find the facility director to help you relay that to the chef that prepares meals for your house.Â 24
I am worried that joining a sorority is too expensive, is there any assistance that I can receive? Dues and new member fees vary from chapter to chapter. Assistance in the form of scholarships and payment plans vary from chapter to chapter in their availability and should be discussed with chapters on an individual basis. Sisterhood Day is a great opportunity to ask this question!
I have an emotional support animal. Are there any chapters that let me move into the house with my animal? This is a chapter by chapter basis. It depends on the animal and the international facility rules that vary from house to house. This is also a great question on Sisterhood Day.
I have other plans for housing, do I have to live in the sorority house? Yes, most houses require you to live in 2-3 years. This also varies from house to house so make sure to express your concerns and ask questions! Some houses might even let you live out after one year, it just depends on your circumstances and the chapter houses current membership. 25
Conversation Tips! Be calm and confident Don't talk about the 5 B's (Boos, booze, bibles, beds, bank accounts, and politics) Donâ€™t compare yourself to other PNM's! This is all about you, so try to highlight unique things about yourself Ask open ended questions You won't have something in common with every person you meet, but still get to know them because this is what makes our campus diverse Be kind to everyone, even if you don't think you are going to be joining their sisterhood
Membership Recruitment Acceptance Binding Agreement The MRABA is a document that you will sign after you attend Preference Night. Here are the main points of the document and an explanation in (parentheses): I am willing to accept an invitation to membership from any sorority that I list on this agreement. (This means that any chapter you write down on this agreement, you are willing to accept a bid from and move into the chapter house as a new member.) I may limit my choices to just one OR list any sorority whose preference-round event I attended, and from which I am willing to accept membership. I realize that by not listing the maximum number of events I attended, I may be limiting my potential to join any other NPC organization during recruitment. (If you choose to only write down one of the chapters you attended on Preference Night, you are severely decreasing your chance atÂ receivingÂ a bid into a chapter. The maximum number of preference ceremonies you will attend this night is 2. A lot of women might only attend 1 preference night ceremony.) 27
Once I submit this agreement to the College Panhellenic Association, I cannot change the order of my preferences or add or delete a preference. (Once you sign this form, there is no changing your preferences.) If I do not receive an invitation to membership from an organization that I have listed, I am eligible for continuous open bidding. (If you do not receive a bid from any of the chapters you have listed on this document, you are eligible to join a house at as soon as possible. However, this does not mean that you will automatically receive a bid. This decision is up to the chapter.) I have the option of not submitting an agreement at this time. (If you do not feel comfortable joining a house at this time, you have the option to not turn in a form. This means you will not receive a bid but you are eligible for continuous open bidding.) Once I submit this agreement, I am bound by the National Panhellenic Conference Unanimous Agreements, which state that if I receive an invitation to membership from a group that I have listed and then do not accept it, I am ineligible to be pledged until the beginning of the next primary membership recruitment period on the same campus. (If you write down a chapter on this contract and receive a bid from that chapter, but choose not to accept it, then you cannot join another sorority chapter until the next period of formal recruitment, which is August of 2019.) 28
Speak Greek Active: A college undergraduate who has been initiated into fraternity or sorority membership and is enrolled in classes. Alumni/Alumnae: Any initiated member(s) of a sorority or fraternity who graduated or left college in good standing. Badge (pin): The insignia that displays your Greek organization. Bid Card: A formal invitation to join a particular sorority. Big Sister: An active member paired to be the mentor of a new member. Chapter: A local group of the larger organization. Chapter Advisor: An alumnae/faculty member who serves in an advisory role to provide guidance to the organization. Panhellenic Council (CPC): The governing body of sororities. Continuous Open Bidding (COB): A process that allows chapters to recruit new members outside of formal recruitment. Hazing: Abuse or harassment of a member. University policy, State law, and national sorority policies prohibit hazing. Initiation: The ceremony that is the beginning of active membership. Intramural: Athletic activities in which members from different chapters participate in and compete with each other. 29
Legacy: The sister, daughter, or granddaughter of a sorority member. While being a legacy does not mean automatic membership into that chapter, it is looked upon favorably. (sometimes step mothers and step sisters also count, but it is a chapter by chapter basis) New Member: Member of a sorority who has not been initiated. Philanthropy: A charitable fundraiser or service project sponsored by a fraternity or sorority. Potential New Member: A college woman who is participating in Formal Sorority Recruitment. Also known as a PNM Preferencing /"preffing": During the last day of recruitment, a PNM determines which particular sorority she wants to join by listing one or two sororities in her order of preference. Quota: The specified number of Potential New Members to which each sorority may extend a bid. Recruitment: (formerly known as rush) The process sororities use to recruit new members. Rho Gamma (Recruitment Guide): A sorority member who has disaffiliated herself from her chapter during Formal Membership Recruitment. She is specially trained to help Potential New Members and answer any questions they may have about sorority membership. 30
Ritual: The traditional beliefs and oaths of a sorority or fraternity usually used in reference to the ceremonies of initiation as well as weekly chapter meetings. These traditions do not include any forms of hazing, because hazing weakens the bonds of brotherhood/sisterhood. Recruitment Chair: The person from each fraternity who leads each chapter's recruitment functions. Scholarship: Our Greek community strives for high scholarship. A minimum grade point average is required by sororities and fraternities in order to stay an active member. Each chapter has a scholarship program to provide incentives, coordinate study hours, and to encourage members to achieve their highest academic goals. Sister: A term used by sorority members to refer to one another. Sisterhood: Intangible, yet the most cherished of assets among all Greek members, sisterhood is the foundation of sorority and fraternity life. Snapping: This term is used for when new members join a sorority outside of formal recruitment. Similar to continuous open bidding (COB). Social: A get-together with another group for a party, dinner, or other fun occasion.
Potential New Member Expectations Attend all events for which you receive an invitation. Remain respectful towards yourself, other PNM's, chapter members, and university staff at all times. Refrain from negative discussion pertaining to anyone mentioned above. This includes any messages via social media. Be polite and respectful when attending all events at all times including but not limited to meals, breaks, and inside or outside chapter facilities. Consumption of alcohol or drugs and socializing with fraternity men during the recruitment period are not permitted. Recruitment is a time to focus on yourself. Avoid meeting with boyfriends or other friends until after the period is over. Dress appropriately for each party in accordance with the expectations specified for that round. Refrain from communication with chapter members outside recruitment events. By joining a chapter, you understand you are committing not only to 4 years of sisterhood but a lifetime and understand the financial obligations that come along with it. Avoid using your cell phones or wearing watches during events, this is disrespectful to women you are trying to get to know. Do not talk about the 5 B's! (Boos, booze, beds, bibles, bank accounts, and politics) Understand that if you are matched with a chapter and receive a bid, you must accept the bid into that organization and are considered ineligible for membership from any other chapter until the next formal recruitment period in
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA "Live with purpose"
May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University Founded: Philanthropy: Fighting Hunger National Philanthropy Event: Mr. Idaho Campus 3.15 Spring GPA: Hours: 422 Hours Spring Volunteer
Flower: Red and Buff Rose Colors: Red, Buff, and Green Squirrel Mascott:
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"Union hand in hand" September 18, 1872, at Syracuse University Founded: Philanthropy: Alpha Phi Foundation National Philanthropy Event: Phi Ball and Red Dress Gala Campus
Flower: Lily-of the-Valley and Forget-Me-Not Hours: 1,242.5 Hours Spring Volunteer 3.34 Spring GPA:
Colors: Silver and Bordeaux Ivy Leaf Symbol: Phi Bear Mascott:
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DELTA DELTA DELTA
"Let us steadfastly love one another" November 27, 1888 at Boston University Founded: Philanthropy: St. Jude's Children Hospital National Philanthropy Event: TriHop Campus
Flower: Pansy Hours: 588 Hours Spring Volunteer 3.46 Spring GPA:
Colors: Silver, Gold and Cerulean Blue Pine Tree Symbol: Dolphin Mascott:
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DELTA GAMMA "Do good"
December 25, 1873 at The Lewis School for Girls Founded: Philanthropy: Service for Sight National Philanthropy Event: Ancor Splash Campus Cream Colored Rose Flower: Volunteer Hours: 328 Hours Spring GPA: 3.36 Spring Bronze, Pink, and Blue Colors: Anchor Symbol: Hannah Doll Mascott:
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DELTA ZETA October 24, 1902 at Miami University Founded: Philanthropy: Starkey Hearing Foundation National Philanthropy Event: DZ Dodgeball Campus Pink Killarney Rose Flower: Volunteer Hours: 791 Hours Spring GPA: 3.02 Spring Rose and Green Colors: Roman Lamp Symbol: Turtle Mascott:
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GAMMA PHI BETA "Founded upon a rock"
November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University Founded: Philanthropy: Girls on the Run National Philanthropy Event: Moon Ball Campus Pink Carnation Flower: Volunteer Hours: 2,045.5 Hours Spring GPA: 3.53 Spring Brown and Mode Colors: Crescent Moon Symbol:
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KAPPA ALPHA THETA "Leading women"
January 27, 1870 at DePauw University Founded: Philanthropy: Court Appointed Special Advocates National Philanthropy Event: Rock the CASA & Color Collision Campus Black and Gold Pansy Flower: Volunteer Hours: 2,565.5 Hours Spring GPA: 3.53 Spring Black and Gold Colors: Twin Stars Symbol: Kite Mascott:
@uidahotheta Twitter: Instagram: @uidahotheta National Website: https://www.kappaalphatheta.org Local Website: http://thetauofi.wixsite.com/betatheta Facebook: @kaobetatheta
"Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest." Founded: October 23, 1897 at State Female Normal School National Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of the USA Campus Philanthropy Event: Shamrock Soccer Flower: White Rose Spring Volunteer Hours: 791 Hours Spring GPA: 3.37 Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White Symbol: Nautilus Shell and Dagger Mascott: Teddy Bear 47
@idahokappadelta Twitter: Instagram: @kappadeltaidaho National Website: https://www.kappadelta.org Local Website: http://uidaho.kappadelta.org Facebook: @kdatui
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA "Aspire to be."
October 13, 1870 at Monmouth College Founded: Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental National Philanthropy Event: Kappa and Queso Campus Fleur-de-lis Flower: Volunteer Hours: 1807 Hours Spring GPA: 3.47 Spring Dark Blue and Light Blue Colors: Golden Key Symbol: Owl Mascott:
@uikappa Twitter: Instagram: @idahokkg National Website: https://www.kappakappagamma.org Local Website: http://uidaho.kappa.org Facebook: @idahokkg
PI BETA PHI April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College Founded: Philanthropy: Read > Lead > Achieve National Philanthropy Event: Pi a Phi Campus Wine Carnation Flower: Volunteer Hours: 600 Hours Spring GPA: 2.92 Spring Wine and Silver Blue Colors: Arrow Symbol: Angel Wings Mascott:
@pibetaphiui Instagram: National Website: https://www.pibetaphi.org Local Website: https://uidaho.pibetaphi.org Facebook: @pibetaphiui
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