UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
RECRUITMENT LOOKBOOK 2020
2020 PANHELLENIC RECRUITMENT UNT 2020 Panhellenic Recruitment August 20 - 24 Register online at: cfsl.unt.edu Registration fee: $50 before August 1st
$70 after *It is required that you mail or email 1 copy of your high school or college transcripts to: Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life ATTN: Panhellenic Recruitment 1155 Union Circle #310728 Denton, Texas 76203-5017 or
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Welcome to the Collegiate Panhellenic Council On behalf of the University of North Texas Panhellenic Council, we would like to congratulate you on your decision to attend North Texas! We are excited to welcome you to the UNT family and to our outstanding Greek community. When you join a sorority, you become a member of one of the largest student organizations on campus â€“ Greek Life. Although each sorority is unique, we all come together to support each other to maintain this united community. As UNT Greek women, we pride ourselves on our success in balancing campus involvement, community service, sisterhood, and most importantly, scholarship. For several years, sorority involvement has served to shape well -respected, achieved women around the world. Participating in Recruitment will allow you a head start to a positive beginning here at UNT. We invite you to take a close look at the sororities that comprise our Panhellenic. Formal Recruitment allows you the opportunity to learn about each sorority and what it is like to be a part of our Greek community. We encourage you to keep an open mind throughout the recruitment process, as all chapters have so much to offer.
Membership in a Panhellenic sorority can be an open-door to many great opportunities and experiences as a student at UNT. Women involved in the Greek community excel in academics and hold many leadership positions on and off campus. The sorority community promotes the development of its members while sharing the benefits of the group experience. We strongly recommend that you get involved and take advantage of the wonderful opportunities that are available to you. On behalf of UNT Panhellenic, we are honored to present our Greek community to you and are here to assist you throughout the recruitment process. Thank you for your interest in the Panhellenic Council of North Texas. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life at 940-369-8463 or email@example.com.
Juliet, 2020 Panhellenic President Jeanette, 2020 Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment and Retention
Fraternity and Sorority Life at UNT Since 1952, the University of North Texas Fraternity and Sorority community has been a viable and integral part of campus life. With four councils consisting of 40+ fraternities and sororities, our Greek community offers a unique and lifelong involvement experience. Membership in a Greek organization can be one of the most significant experiences for a college student. The value of Fraternity and Sorority Life for students who choose to participate is the melding of almost every segment of the campus community into one cohesive program. Fraternity and Sorority Life promotes the experience of self-governance, leadership development, academic achievement, community service, social opportunities and friendship. The four councils at The University of North Texas strive to promote the four pillars of the Greek community:
Scholarship Leadership Service
Brotherhood/ Sisterhood These core values guide our everyday way of life. Fraternity and Sorority Life provides an opportunity to grow as an individual, but within an environment of others who share your commitment to the founding principles of your organization. We firmly believe that a Greek experience at its best can have a significant and positive impact on a student during his or her collegiate years and after college as well. 2
Collegiate Panhellenic Council When you join one of the eight National Panhellenic Conference sororities at UNT, you also become a member of the Panhellenic Council. The UNT Panhellenic Council is the umbrella organization for the eight NPC sororities chartered at UNT, and is responsible for organizing activities of mutual concern and interest to all the sororities on campus.
The National Panhellenic Conference, founded in 1902, is the encompassing organization for 26 inter/national womenâ€™s fraternities and sororities. Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae. Members are represented on more than 600 We, as undergraduate members of womenâ€™s college and university campuses fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for in the United States and Canada and guarding of good health, for maintenance of in more than 4,600 alumnae fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Coopassociations, making up more eration for furthering fraternity life, in harmothan 4 million sorority women ny with its best possibilities, is the ideal that In the world. 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.
The UNT Panhellenic Council is composed of eight national sororities. These sororities have enjoyed a rich history at UNT since 1953. With the universityâ€™s continued support, the Panhellenic Council continues to grow and flourish through the efforts of its members.
UNT Fraternity and Sorority Life Fast Facts Fraternity and Sorority life has been an integral part of UNT since 1952.
WHO WE ARE
WHAT WE DO
Current Greek students are involved in activities such as NT40, UNT Athletics, SGA, intramurals, Emerald Eagle Scholars, First Flight Leaders, Young Life, Orientation Leaders, RHA, Alterative Service Break, club sports, Homecoming Crew, and professional and honorary organizations.
Most Greek Chapter and Councils have a local and/or national scholarships to help support their students.
The Greek GPA was higher that the AllUndergraduate GPA for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The All-Sorority GPA was higher that the All-Women GPA for the 2018-2019 academic year.
HOW WE GIVE
Raised by members of UNT Fraternity and Sorority organizations in the 18-19 academic 9% of Panhellenic women are school year for local and Honor College students. national charities Members majors vary across all the colleges with the most in the College logged of community service of Liberal Arts in the 18-19 academic and Social school year Sciences.
Panhellenic Executive Board University of North Texas Panhellenic Association Executive Board is comprised of eight women from different chapters in UNT’s Panhellenic community. Each woman is elected for a specific position that benefits the Panhellenic community as a whole. The executive board holds bi-weekly council meetings with representatives from each chapter in order to collaborate on matters such as upcoming events, recognizing chapter accomplishments and integrating with the larger Greek community and UNT as a whole.
President – Juliet st
1 Vice President – Alexa
Vice President of Administration & Finance – Leah Vice President of Scholarship – Ally
Vice President of Recruitment & Retention – Jeanette Vice President of Service – Brittany Vice President of Programming – Amanda
Vice President of Community Relations – Gia 5
Panhellenic Recruitment Team Each year, some of the most authentic and influential leaders of UNTâ€™s Panhellenic community are selected to serve as Rho Gammas and Logistics Team Members. They promise to act as confidants and mentors to the Potential New Members and uphold the standards of the recruitment process while remaining enthusiastic and living the core Panhellenic values of service, scholarship, leadership, and sisterhood. Disaffiliated from their chapters, the Recruitment Team serves as unbiased mentors, friends, and guides throughout the week and help with the planning and coordinating of the recruitment process. They are trained for their role as your listener, role model, cheerleader, fashion stylist, confidant, coach, and most of all friend. They have no contact with their sorority during the week of recruitment, and you will not learn their affiliation until Bid Day. Each of you will be a part of a group led by a Recruitment Counselor who will be your guide throughout the recruitment process.
Friendship and Sisterhood Joining a sorority is the beginning of new experiences. Youâ€™ll make new friends and find a home away from home. Sisterhood represents bonds of friendship and unity that last a lifetime. These bonds are not only shared by individual chapter members, but also between chapters around the nation, due to the history and ideals upon which each chapter was founded. Not only will you learn to live with others, but through sharing the same experiences, environment, and interests you will develop a very special closeness to those around you. As friends, you will share your success, happiness, and occasional evenings just relaxing at the chapter facility. Sisterhood is more than wearing Greek letters and attending chapter meetings and events. It is a feeling and sense of belonging. It is the feeling of being yourself and being respected for your individuality. Sisterhood is the making of friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.
Each year, Greeks participate in a variety of university organizations and events. You will be encouraged by your chapter to become involved in campus-wide activities. Fraternity and Sorority life is a great springboard to campus involvement such as student government, special interest clubs and organizations, the Panhellenic Association, intramural sports and many others. Greeks are involved in Family Weekend, University Day, Make a Difference Day, The Big Event, and the annual Homecoming parade and festivities. Striking a balance between academics and social activities is an important part of college life. Involvement in both areas provides a well-rounded collegiate experience, which is an appealing asset to potential employers. Because the university greatly supports the Greek community, it is important that we, as Sorority women, give back to our campus by being involved in all that it has to offer.
Service and P hilanthropy Sorority womenâ€™s interests and concerns go beyond the confines of campus life. Sororities sponsor a multitude of activities each year to impact the local community and earn money for special philanthropies or identified projects. Each chapter also donates its time and efforts to a particular project, either locally or nationally. The National Panhellenic Council as a whole also contributes its efforts to The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation. The Circle of Sisterhood is an organization that urges sorority women across the nation to raise money and awareness for girls and women facing poverty and oppression. It allows sorority women to break the barriers of affiliation, age, and color and come together to give young girls and women facing poverty and oppression the chance to receive an education. The University of North Texas Panhellenic Council is a proud sponsor of The Circle of Sisterhood and continues to raise awareness on campus as well as in the Denton community.
Leadership One of the significant opportunities afforded by Greek membership is leadership development. Sororities are self-governing organizations, giving members numerous leadership possibilities. Each chapter also utilizes a committee structure that allows you to be involved in all operational aspects of the sorority. Additionally, chapters provide educational programming in such areas as time management, leadership, and communication. Leadership is not only easily attainable through Fraternity and Sorority Life, but on campus as well. Sorority women currently hold leadership positions in the Student Government Association, North Texas 40, New Student Orientation, Eagle Ambassadors, and many other student organizations. Greek involvement also provides a resource network when seeking employment. Greek alumnae understand the experience of being both a team player and an individual; the desire to excel, both in and out of the classroom; and the commitment to give something back to the community. Greeks often hire Greeks, and in this changing world, it is important to establish relationships with others beyond the boundaries of the university. Through interaction with alumnae, you can begin 8 building bridges.
Scholarship Academic achievement is a significant component of your future success. One primary purpose of the Fraternity and Sorority community is to encourage and develop high scholastic performance among its members.
Freshman GPA Requirements:
To participate in recruitment, entering freshmen
must have a 2.75 GPA from high school.
Upperclassman and students with college credit GPA Requirements : must have a 2.5 cumulative college GPA. Greek-letter organizations were founded on principles of successful scholarship. With academics as a priority, the Fraternity and Sorority community recognizes the importance of directing students into special scholarship programs. Sororities offer many resources and educational opportunities to facilitate highquality learning for their members. Fraternity and Sorority life helps you meet the challenge of balancing academics, while gaining the most from your collegiate experience. Additionally, each of the chapters on campus facilitates a scholarship program to assist both new and active members in achieving academic excellence. Numerous Greeks appear on the Deanâ€™s and Presidentâ€™s List and belong to honor societies including Order of Omega, Rho Lambda, Golden Key, and Mortar Board. Many sororities offer scholarships to members in attempts to encourage continued academic success. Because academics are so heavily stressed within Panhellenic, most sororities on campus maintain grade requirements for selecting new members. Grade requirements are also used to maintain academic success among its members by requiring each member to maintain a certain grade point average throughout her academic career. In relation to the greater UNT community, the all-sorority grade point average is consistently higher than the undergraduate allwomenâ€™s average.
Sorority members have the opportunity to live in chapter houses within walking distance of campus. Seven of the eight sororities have live-in chapter houses, one sorority maintains a non-residential lodge. Chapter housing is for upperclassmen, as freshmen are required to live in university residence halls. Upper class members may have an obligation to live in the sorority house at some point during their collegiate career; however, each sorority establishes its own regulations regarding members living in or out of the chapter house. Rent is determined by each individual chapter but they are all within a close range. Potential new members should ask each sorority about the chapter housing policies.
Belonging to a sorority does carry a certain financial obligation. The new member semester is generally the most costly, as several one-time fees are incurred, such as recruitment, new membership, initiation, and your membership badge. Semester dues may include national and chapter dues, social activity fees, insurance, parlor fees, and Panhellenic dues. Most chapters require dues to be paid at the beginning of the semester. However, some chapters offer payment plans for women who are unable to pay the entire sum at once. Estimates may be different for women living in the chapter house. Rent is determined by each individual chapter.
General Financial Terms Chapter Dues The dues fund all member activities including programming, recruitment, chapter supplies, and chapter operations
Composite An annual photograph is taken of each chapterâ€™s membership. This expense can be included in the dues or billed separately
House Corporation Fee These funds are used to support chapter property and physical plant. Often this is a one-time fee paid prior to initiation
Initiation Fee Fee paid to finalize initial membership in organization
Liability/Risk Insurance This fee covers insurance-related costs for the safety of members, their guests, and sorority property. Funds may also be used for special programming relating to risk management concerns on campus or within the chapter
New Member Fee Fee paid to establish membership in the organization
Panhellenic Dues These funds are used for Panhellenic operations. Attending conferences, recruitment, office operations, marketing, and electronic media are some of the items included in the Panhellenic budget
Parlor/House Usage Fee The entire membership has access to the house/lodge and thus the property is subject to a great deal of wear and tear. This fee is used primarily for care and maintenance of property and furnishings in the common areas of the chapter facility
Per Capita Fee Fee paid to inter/national organizations per member to support overall sorority operations
Purchasing Fund This fund is set up at the beginning of each semester to pay for things not included in chapter dues. Fund could be used to purchase t-shirts, sorority paraphernalia or attend optional social functions
Financial Summaries for each chapter 2020-2021 Financial Breakdown First Semester Membership Costs: Average: $1272 Range: $1204â€”$1681
Member in House Costs per Semester Average: $3024 Range: $3115â€”$4051
Total includes all the required costs including membership dues and fees, room and board, internet, and utilities
Member Out of House Costs: per Semester Average: $977 Range: $919â€”$2000
Total includes all required membership dues and fees.
Financial requirements are an important consideration for students participating in sorority recruitment, so it is important to be as possible with the costs associated with the sorority experience. If you accept an invitation to join a chapter, you will enter into a financial agreement of membership dues and fees during your collegiate years. Dues and fees vary from chapter to chapter and year to year. It is important to note sorority costs may be more expensive during your first year in the organization due to one-time fees and expenses. It is also important to note that additional costs may arise during the year for items such as pictures, t-shirts, or other miscellaneous items. The information listed includes all required costs of Panhellenic membership. These costs will be discussed by the chapters more deeply by individual chapters during the recruitment process.
Typically within the first semester, members will have more costs such as initiation fees, badge/pin costs, and house corporation fees.
Recruitment Rules for Potential New Members • • • • • • •
Sororities should not be in contact with Potential New Members as of 4/1/2020. This includes social media, text messaging, phone calls, or any other form of contact unless previously acquainted. Sororities cannot meet or have gatherings that include Potential New Members as of 4/1/2020 A potential new member shall consult her Rho Gamma (recruitment counselor) before withdrawing from recruitment. All potential new members must attend ALL parties. If you are unable to do so, please contact your Rho Gamma immediately to make alternative arrangements. Sororities may not promise a bid or membership to a Potential New Member during or before the recruitment process. This includes verbally or in writing. A Potential New Member shall not give a promise, verbal or written, to join a certain chapter before Formal Bids have been issued through Panhellenic. From the beginning of Recruitment Orientation through the end of Formal Recruitment, no Potential New Member may visit a sorority chapter facility or individual members outside of scheduled recruitment events as outlined in the schedule provided. If through the primary recruitment process a potential member receives a bid and then has her pledge broken or breaks her pledge, then she is ineligible to be pledged to another NPC organization at UNT until the next fall.
If any active chapter member, Recruitment Team member, or fellow PNM is acting in a way that does not align with the rules of the formal recruitment process or the standards of our Panhellenic community, please report the incident to a Rho Gamma, staff member, or a member of the Recruitment Team. We are here to help you!
Schedule and Attire Orientation and Round 1
Orientation – Monday. August 17th At this time you will receive the detailed schedule for the week for Round One. Orientation will provide an opportunity to learn even more about the recruitment process. You will also meet your Rho Gamma who will be your guide throughout the recruitment process. You will not visit chapters on this day, so come casual.
Round One – Open House Thursday, August 20th
What to expect: Round One is your opportunity to attend an open house for each of the eight sororities. The parties will last 30 minutes each. This is a “get to know you” round. Members will be asking you about yourself so have some talking points ready. This is also a great time to ask general questions about sorority life at UNT. Lunch will be provided.
What to wear: UNT shirt and comfortable bottoms (shorts, casual skirts, capris, etc). The day is casual and comfortable shoes are recommended, as this is the longest day of recruitment and there will be lots of walking. Bags larger than a cross body bag will not be allowed in the houses during any day of recruitment. Please bring small bags that you can wear, like cross body, fanny pack, small wristlet, small backpack etc. If you have questions about the size of your bag, please contact your rho gamma. All electronics must be off or silenced during events as well.
Round Two â€“ House Tours
Round Two â€“ House Tours Friday, August 21st
What to expect: Round Two is your opportunity to tour the chapter facilities of up to six sororities. Each chapter will also discuss all financial responsibilities that go with membership in the sorority. This is a great chance to ask questions! Each event will be 45 minutes in length. Dinner will be provided.
What to wear: A nice pair of shorts, skirts, rompers, dress pants, capris or a sundress is recommended. Wear comfortable shoes and remember it is likely to be hot.
Round Three – P hilanthropy
Round Three – P hilanthropy Saturday, August 22nd
What to expect: Round Three is a day for the sororities to showcase their philanthropies. They will share what type of events and community service they do. You will attend a maximum of four parties, each lasting 45 minutes.
What to wear: Today’s attire is slightly dressier than round two, but you still want to dress comfortably. A pair of nice pants, skirt, romper, dress pants, capris or sundress is appropriate. Make sure you still wear shoes you can walk in and stand for long periods of time. Don’t wear new shoes if they aren’t broken in yet!
Round 4 – Preference
Round 4 – Preference Sunday, August 23rd
What to expect: Preference is the most formal of all the events. The parties will focus on the core aspects of sorority life, including friendship, sisterhood, and tradition. You will attend a maximum of two preference events lasting 60 minutes each. This day serves as an opportunity to seriously consider which chapter you wish to join.
What to wear: Today’s attire is the most formal of the week. A cocktail or semi-formal dress or pant suit is appropriate. If you want to wear heals today day is the day to do so but remember you still will be walking to the houses.
Frequently Asked Questions What if I am a Legacy? It is important to know that being a Legacy does not guarantee an invitation to membership in a sorority, nor does it obligate women to join. It is up to the discretion of each individual chapter to decide whether they are interested in extending membership to a legacy. Likewise, no Potential New Member has to choose the sorority in which she is a legacy to. Each Potential New Member going through Formal Recruitment should consider their compatibility with each sorority. It is important to note that sororities often change over time and vary between campuses. Please keep an open mind and consider all sororities!
What is a recommendation? Is it required? A recommendation is a personal letter of reference provided by an alumna of a sorority to her sorority’s chapter at UNT. In the “rec”, the alumna will write about your talents and skills that will contribute to the sorority. Recommendation letters are not required at UNT although they may prove helpful in the recruitment process.
How many woman actually get invited to join sororities at the end of Recruitment? Most women participating in recruitment are invited to join a chapter; however, there is no guarantee that you will receive a bid. Every year we see less than 3% of women released from the recruitment process.
Can I be excused from recruitment events because of prior commitments or classes? Only academic classes, official university events, illness, or an emergency are considered excused absence. “University events” would include university athletic team practices, marching band, cheerleading, or any of the university’s mandatory programming. All recruitment events that you are scheduled for are mandatory. Failure to attend an event without prior approval of excused absence can result in being released from the entire recruitment process.
Is there a grade requirement for participating in recruitment and to join a sorority? The UNT Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life requires a minimum 2.75 high school GPA for entering freshmen and a 2.5 college GPA for current UNT students or transfer students. Please note that meeting this minimum does not guarantee membership in a sorority as many sororities do have higher recruitments.
Potential New Members Bill of Rights • 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 as a capable and mature person without being patronized. • The right to ask how and why and receive straight answers. • The right to have and express opinions to the 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 preference card signing. • The right to make one’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 period. • The right to not be persuaded by a sorority member to resign her bid to any sorority during her new member period.
Recruitment Dos and Don’ts Do: Do be yourself • Do ask questions • Do get plenty of sleep and eat healthy meals • Do keep an open mind • Do dress for the Texas weather • Do bring a small purse • Do wear practical clothing and shoes for being on your feet all day • Do think of things you would want the sororities to know about you • Do keep negative opinions to yourself – not everyone has the same recruitment experience as you •
Don’t Don’t believe everything you see on television or movies about Greek life • Don’t reach out to members of sororities during formal recruitment • Don’t talk about boys or partying • Don’t dismiss a chapter based on a sorority stereotype • Don’t be disrespectful to any chapter member, Recruitment Team Member, or a fellow PNM – this can result in dismissal from the recruitment process • Don’t ignore what your recruitment team tell you – they have your best interest in mind! •
Greek Terminology Active Member: An undergraduate sorority/fraternity member who has been initiated by their chapter and is in good standing with UNT and their organization.
Alumna/Alumni: A sorority/fraternity member who is no longer a member of a collegiate chapter, but remains a member of the organization (plural is alumnae).
Badge: Pin worn by an initiated member. Many organizations will have a new member badges for their members who are not initiated yet.
Bid: A formal written invitation to join a sorority or fraternity. Women are only able to receive one bid while going through recruitment.
Chapter: A membership unit of a national or international sorority or fraternity. Continuous Open Bidding (COB): COB bids may be extended and accepted at any time during the school year other than Formal Recruitment COB is also referred to as Open Bidding and Informal Membership Recruitment.
Greeks: Sorority and fraternity members. Initiation: The formal ceremony in which new members receive life-long membership privileges and becomes an active member of the organization.
Legacy: A woman whose mother, sister, or grandmother, is an alumna or active member of a National Panhellenic Conference sorority. Legacy status differs by organization.
Membership Recruitment Acceptance Binding Agreement (MRABA): A document each Potential New Member completes immediately following the Preference Round of events stating her membership preferences. The potential new member ranks the sororities she would accept a bid from in preferential order. This is a binding agreement stating that the PNM is willing to accept a bid from any sorority she lists. This agreement is binding until the next fall recruitment.
National Panhellenic Conference (NPC): The governing body composed of 26 inter/national womenâ€™s fraternities and sororities.
New Member: A woman who has accepted a sorority bid but is not yet an initiated member. 20
Greek Terminology Panhellenic Association: The College Panhellenic Association is a cooperative campus organization of collegiate members of NPC Sororities. They are also referred to as Panhellenic Council, CPC, and PAN.
P hilanthropy: A service project undertaken by Greek organizations at the campus, community, or national level. Most national organizations have a designated cause to which they serve.
Potential New Member (PNM): Any woman interested in becoming a sorority member who is eligible to join according to the Panhellenic Association’s requirements.
Recruitment Team: Greek women carefully selected and trained to guide potential new members through the formal recruitment process. They disassociation from their respective chapters throughout the recruitment process to assist the PNMs. Also referred to as Recruitment Counselors or Rho Gammas.
Single Intentional Preference: Occurs when a PNM attends more than one preference event but does not list all of her options on her MRABA. This is highly not recommend and could negatively affect your selection process.
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Alpha Delta Pi Nickname: ADPi Nationally Founded:
Wesleyan Female College, 1851 Local Founding Year: 1953 Mascot: Alphie (Lion) Flower: Woodland Violet Symbol: Diamond Colors: Azure Blue and White
Motto: We Live for Each Other Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Charities Website: www.alphadeltapi.org Social Media Handles: Facebook: Alpha Delta Pi University of North Texas Twitter: @AdpiUNT Instagram: @AdpiUNT Where to send Rec Letters: 108 Circle Club Lane Longview, TX 750602
Alpha P hi Nickname: A Phi Nationally Founded:
Syracuse University, 1872 Local Founding Year: 1954 Mascot: Phi Bear Flower: Forget-Me-Not & Lily of the Valley Symbol: Ivy Leaf
Colors: Silver and Bordeaux Motto: Union Hand in Hand Philanthropy: The Alpha Phi Foundation Website: www.untalphaphi.com Social Media Handles: Twitter: @UNTALPHAPHI Instagram: @UNTALPHAPHI Where to send Rec Letters: 1155 Union Circle #305692 Denton, TX 76203
Chi Omega Nickname: Chi O Nationally Founded: University of Arkansas, 1895 Local Founding Year: 1953 Mascot: Owl Flower: White carnation Symbol: Skull and crossbones Colors: Cardinal and straw Motto: Sisters on Purpose Philanthropy: Make a Wish Website: www.chiomegaalphaalpha.wixsite.com/ untchio Social Media Handles: @UNTchio
Where to send Rec Letters: Tune3717@gmail.com Ryan Tune 3717 Merrimak Dr Denton, TX 76210
Delta Gamma Nickname: DG
Nationally Founded: Lewis School, 1873 Local Founding Year: 1953 Mascot: Hannah Doll Flower: Cream Colored Rose Symbol: Anchor
Colors: Bronze, Pink, and Blue Motto: â€œ Do Good â€? Philanthropy: Ser vice for Sight Website: www.unt.deltagamma.org/ Social Media Handles: Facebook: UNT Delta gamma
Twitter: @UNTDG Instagram: @UNTDG Where to send Rec Letters: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kappa Delta Nickname: KD Nationally Founded: Longwood University, 1897 Local Founding Year: 1954 Mascot: Teddy Bear Flower: White Rose Symbol: Nautilus shell and dagger Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White Motto: â€œLet us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest â€? Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of America and Prevent Child Abuse America
Social Media Handles: Twitter: @UNTKappaDelta Instagram: @UNTKappaDelta Where to send Rec Letters: 1155 Union Circle P.O. Box #308414 Denton, Texas 76203
Kappa Kappa Gamma Nickname: Kappa
Nationally Founded: Monmouth, Illinois 1870 Local Founding Year: 1989 Flower: Iris Symbol: Owl, Key, Fleur-de-lis Colors: Dark blue, Light blue
Motto: “ Dream Boldly, Live Fully ” Philanthropy: Reading is Fundamental, Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation Website: www.unt.kappa.org Social Media Handles: Twitter: @NorthTexasKappa Instagram: @NorthTexasKappa Facebook: Kappa Kappa Gamma – North Texas Where to send Rec Letters: 923 W Prairie St Denton TX 76201 Unt.email@example.com 27
Pi Beta P hi Nickname: Pi Phi
Nationally Founded( year and where) : 1867; Monmouth College, Illinois Local Founding Year: 1976 Flower: Wine Carnation Symbol: Arrow Mascot: Angel Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Motto: â€œFriends and Leaders for Lifeâ€? Philanthropy: Read > Lead > Achieve Website: www.pibetaphi.org/pibetaphi/unt Social Media Handles: Twitter: @UNTPiBetaPhi Instagram: @northtexaspiphi Where to send Rec Letters: P.O. Box 2022 Denton, TX 76201-4229
Zeta Tau Alpha Nickname: Zeta Nationally Founded( year and where) : 1898; Longwood College Local Founding Year: 1953 Flower: White Violet Symbol: Five Point Crown Mascot: Bunny (local) Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Motto: “ Seek the Noblest ” Philanthropy: Breast Cancer Education and Awareness Website: unt.zetataualpha.org Social Media Handles:
Twitter: @unt_zta Instagram: @Northtexas_zta Facebook: North Texas Zeta Tau Alpha Where to send Rec Letters: Brianna Aguilar 4106 Poinsettia Dr. Dallas, TX 75211 29
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