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Purdue Panhellenic

Formal Recruitment Guide 2016

Purdue University

Table of Contents

Table of Contents ...................................................................................... 1


Welcome to Formal Recruitment ............................................................. 2
Potential New Member Bill of Rights ....................................................... 3
Frequently Asked Questions ..................................................................... 4
Financial Information ................................................................................ 5
Our Values ................................................................................................. 6
Helpful Recruitment Tips .......................................................................... 7
Description of Rounds .............................................................................. 8
Recruitment Schedule ........................................................................ 9-10

Meet Our Panhellenic Chapters


Alpha Chi Omega ........................................ 11
Alpha Gamma Delta ................................... 12
Alpha Omicron Pi ........................................ 13
Alpha Phi ..................................................... 14
Alpha Xi Delta ............................................. 15
Chi Omega .................................................. 16
Delta Delta Delta ........................................ 17
Delta Gamma ............................................. 18
Delta Zeta ................................................... 19

Gamma Phi Beta ........................................ 20


Kappa Alpha Theta .................................... 21
Kappa Delta ............................................... 22
Kappa Kappa Gamma ............................... 23
Phi Mu ......................................................... 24
Pi Beta Phi .................................................. 25
Sigma Delta Tau ......................................... 26
Sigma Kappa .............................................. 27
Zeta Tau Alpha ........................................... 28

Continuous Recruitment ........................................................................ 29


Fraternity/Sorority Terminology ............................................................. 30
Campus Map .......................................................................................... 31
Additional Notes ................................................................................ 32-34
Potential New Member: _______________________________________
Gamma Chis: _____________________ Group Number: ____________

Welcome!
Dear Potential New Member,
We are so excited that you are interested in joining sorority life at Purdue University. Throughout
this process, you will meet some of the most amazing and dynamic women on our campus. They
are giving, smart and kind, and we have no doubt that you are about to make friendships that will
last a lifetime.
In addition to joining a sorority, you will also be joing the Panhellenic sisterhood and greater fraternity/sorority community at Purdue. It is within this community where you will create friendships,
build yourself as a leader, serve the community, and ultimately become the best version of
yourself.
The recruitment process may seem quick and overwhelming, but we are confident that if you trust
the process and take advantage of every opportunity to become part of this sisterhood, you will
find your home by the end of this journey. Use this book to take notes about each sorority you visit.
Write down the names of women with whom you made a strong connection, feelings you got when
you were with members, and values of the organization that matter to you. Have an open mind and
remember that each sorority is unique and that it sometimes takes longer than one or two rounds
to grasp what they have to offer.
We truly believe that joining a sorority was one of the best decisions we ever made and cannot wait
to see you find your place in our sisterhood. We hope you enjoy and trust the formal
recruitment process and welcome to our community!
In Sisterhood,
The Panhellenic Recruitment Team

Meet Our Team

President: Bri Read, president@purduephc.com


VP of Recruitment: Katelyn Thomas, vpr@purduephc.com
Advisor: Brittany Barnes, bnbarnes@purdue.edu
Director of Public & Alumni Relations: Paige Annee
Director of IT & Communications: Sam Guckenberger
Director of Recruitment Programming & Advertising: Carly Bratton
Director of Continuous Recruitment & Personnel: Liz Johnson

Potential New Member


Bill of Rights
Know your rights as a Potential New
Member:
1. Be treated as an individual.
2. Be fully informed about the recruitment process.
3. Ask questions and receive true and objective answers from
recruitment counselors and members.
4. Be treated with respect.
5. Be treated as a capable and mature person.
6. Ask how and why and receive straight answers.
7. Maintain confidentiality when sharing information with
recruitment counselors.
8. Make timely informed choices without undue pressure from
others.
9. Be fully informed about the binding agreements implicit in
the preference card signing.
10. Make ones own choice and decision and accept full
responsibility for the results of that decision.
11. Have a positive, safe, and enriching recruitment and
membership experience.

Frequently Asked
Questions
What is fraternity and sorority life?
Sororities are value-based organizations that provide friendship, academic support,
opportunities for civic engagement, and leadership development for many college students.
Sororities have been a part of Purdues student life for more than a century and our
community continues to grow.

What is required to go through Formal Recruitment?


Any female student enrolled at Purdue University may go through recruitment. This includes
first-year students, sophomore, junior, senior, and transfer students. All chapters have
individual GPA requirements for potential new members.

Do all members live in the chapter house?


Most sororities have facilites where members may live together. Members typically live in
their sororities during sophomore and junior years, with a possibility of being able to live in
during senior year. On each page of the guide, chapters have listed the average live in
duration for their members. Several sororities do not have chapter facilities and therefore
have no requirments to live in one particular place.

What is the time commitment of a sorority?


Sorority membership is a significant time commitment. Members are typically expected to
attend a weekly chapter meeting, as well as several special events per year (such as
recruitment, philanthropy events, and initiation ceremonies). Members can choose to take
on leadership roles that require further commitments and they can also choose to
participate in optional activities such as social functions and intramural sports. Education
is the top priority for Purdue students, and classes and exams always take precedence over
sorority events. Many sorority members do find time to participate in other student
organizations and/or have a job, in addition to Greek life and obligations as a student.

Financial
Information
What kind of financial commitment
does a sorority require?
Chapters collect dues and membership fees from every member. Most
sororities have one-time initiation fees, plus semester or monthly dues.
Dues are spent on philanthropic events, scholarship progamming,
membership recruitment, educational and leadership development,
and parent/alumni programming. Most chapters offer payment plans
to help their members meet their financial obligations.

Cost Range Per Semester

New Member
Cost

Live-In
Member Cost

Out-of-House
Member Cost

Ranges from:
$220- $2,520

Ranges from:
$4,353- $5,250

*includes chapters
without a facility

Average:
$1,700

Average:
$4,775

Average:
$790

Values

The Panhellenic Creed

We, as the Undergraduate Members of womens fraternities, stand for good scholarship,
for guarding of good health, for maintenance of high standards, and for serving, to the best
of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony
with its best posibilities, 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.
As you can see, the Panhellenic sororities at Purdue are value-based organizations. The
Panhellenic Creed reflects the values in the missions and mottos of all sororities. The
values these groups promote are intellectual development, leadership, friendship, civic
engagement and cooperation- to name a few.
Academic performance and intellectual development are two of the most important values
that sorority women strive to achieve. Sororities work toward these values by creating
positive relationships with faculty members, facilitating quiet hours in chapter facilities,
hosting programs on managing stress and test-taking, and providing opportunities for
mentorship within members majors.
Developing leadership skills is another important value for sororities. Each sorority wants to
see its members succeed and excel in life. You can gain leadership abilities through holding
an officer position, serving on a committee, or planning an event. There are also numerous
opportunities to engage in local, regional, and national leadership conferences through
chapter sponsorships.
Community service, philanthropic activities and citizenship opportunities are abundant.
Sorority members volunteer for different organizations such as Autism Speaks, Susan G.
Komen Foundation, and local United Way agencies. Members also learn about the importance of philanthropic giving at annual and semi-annual events.
Sorority life can provide you with a positive and diverse social experience. It creates
ever-lasting friendships and offers values beyond your collegiate years.

Helpful Tips
1. Be Yourself.

The key is to be honest when you answer questions and to be genuine


in conversations. The women you talk with want to get to know the real
you!

2. Ignore the Stereotypes.

There are so many rumors that go around about sorority chapters, but
there is no sense in listening to the negative things. Focus on what
YOU are feeling at each chapter and go with your gut!

3. Get Plenty of Sleep.

Recruitment days are long and require extreme amounts of energy.


Youll want to be on your A-game. Youll be in contact with lots of
women all day, so wash your hands and get your eight hours of rest!

4. Bring Comfy Shoes.

You will be doing LOTS of walking, so make sure that you have the
proper shoes for it. Carry your impractical-but-super-cute shoes in hand
while you bounce around campus in flip-flops on your way to events.

5. Dont be Tardy.

Recruitment is a minute-by-minute process and you will receive a


schedule each day. Wake up early in order to get ready, eat breakfast,
and be at your meeting location on time!

6. Seriously... Eat the Food.


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Some rounds include desserts and finger foods. The food is ALWAYS
excellent and you will not want to miss out! Plus, it will give you some
energy during your strenuous days. So try a bite!

Description of Rounds
Open Houses: August 26- August 27

Open house events are the first of four rounds that you will attend. You will attend this
round with your recruitment groups and your Gamma Chis. The Gamma Chis can help you
learn about the locations of each chapter. The purpose of this round is to acquaint you with
Sorority Life. You will attend an event at all 18 chapters during these first two days!
Maintain an open mind and do not just concentrate on one chapter!

1st Invitational: August 28

Be yourself! The second round of events offers a better opportunity to get to know the
chapter. On this day, you will gain a better insight into each chapters sisterhood. You will
attend up to thirteen events during this round. Look out for certain qualities that you would
want in a sorority. Sincerity, scholarship, friendliness, leadership, and involvement are all
attributes that may help narrow your choice.

2nd Invitational: September 4

There are up to eight events in this round. You will have the opportunity to connect on a
deeper level with women and engage in more conversation! During this round, you will be
able to recognize that individuality and spirit of each sorority. Ask as many questions as
you wish. The sorority women should be able to help answer questions by sharing personal
stories and feelings about chapter life.

Preference Round: September 5

This is the last day of Formal Recruitment! There are up to three events in this round. A
more serious atmosphere will be present during these events and most chapters will have
a ritual ceremony. It is during this round that the sorority women will reveal to you what
brought them to their chapter. A ritual ceremony may be presented that depicts the
traditions on which the sorority was founded. It is a special day for you and the sisters.

Bid Day: September 6

The conclusion of Formal Recruitment is Bid Day! You will meet with your Gamma Chis and
they will give you a bid card from the sorority that has been mutually selected. Following
the bid distribution, you will go to your chapters Bid Day celebration! Bid Day is a time for
fun, pictures, entertainment, and making new friends! You will meet and become better
acquainted with the other new members and current sisters. This day marks the beginning
of the development of your new home away from home!

Recruitment Schedule
Friday, August 26, 2016: Open House
Time:
Event: Location:
6:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:50 PM
8:40 PM

Gamma Chi/PNM Meeting


1st Event
2nd Event
3rd Event

9:30 PM

4th Event

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Saturday, August 27, 2016: Open House


Time: Event: Location:
7:10 AM
8:10 AM
9:00 AM
9:50 AM
10:40 AM
11:10 AM
1:00 PM
1:50 PM
2:40 PM
3:30 PM (Food & Drink)
4:00 PM
4:50 PM
5:40 PM
6:30 PM (Food & Drink)
7:20 PM
8:10 PM
8:40 PM

Gamma Chi/PNM Meeting


5th Event
6th Event
7th Event
8th Event
Lunch Break
9th Event
10th Event
11th Event
12th Event
13th Event
14th Event
15th Event
16th Event
17th Event
18th Event
PNM Selection

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Sunday, August 28, 2016: First Invitational


Time: Event: Location:

7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:00 AM
11:35 AM

Gamma Chi PNM Meeting


1st Event
2nd Event
3rd Event
4th Event
Lunch Break

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Recruitment Schedule
Sunday, August 28, 2016: First Invitational (Continued)
Time: Event: Location:
1:00 PM
2:00 PM
3:00 PM
4:00 PM (Food & Drink)
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:00 PM
8:00 PM (Food & Drink)
9:00 PM
9:35 PM

5th Event
6th Event
7th Event
8th Event
9th Event
10th Event
11th Event
12th Event
13th Event
PNM Selection

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Sunday, September 4, 2016: 2nd Invitational


Time: Event: Location:
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
10:10 AM (Drink)
11:20 AM
12:05 PM
1:30 PM
2:40 PM
3:50 PM (Drink)
5:00 PM
6:10 PM
6:55 PM

Gamma Chi/PNM Meeting


1st Event
2nd Event
3rd Event
Lunch Break
4th Event
5th Event
6th Event
7th Event
8th Event
PNM Selection

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Monday, September 5, 2016: Preference


Time: Event: Location:
9:00 AM
10:35 AM
12:00 PM
1:25 PM
2:50 PM
3:50 PM

Gamma Chi PNM Meeting


1st Event
2nd Event
3rd Event
4th Event
PNM Selection

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Alpha Chi Omega


851 David Ross Road

Together Let Us Seek the Heights.


Nickname: Alpha Chi
Symbol: Lyre
Colors: Scarlet Red and Olive
Green
GPA: 3.31
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Domestic Violence
Awareness
Values: Friendship, Leadership,
Learning, and Service.

Notes:

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Alpha Gamma Delta


1010 David Ross Road

Live With Purpose.


Nickname: AGD or Alpha Gam
Symbol: Squirrel
Colors: Red, Buff (Yellow), and
Green
GPA: 3.27
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Juvenile Diabetes
Research and Education
Values: Lifelong Learning, the
Value of Fraternal Membership,
and Commitment to Higher
Education.

Notes:

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Alpha Omicron Pi
1301 Tower Drive

Exceeding the Expectation.


Nickname: AOPi
Symbol: Panda, Sheaf of Wheat,
and Jacqueminot Rose
Colors: Cardinal Red
GPA: 3.16
Average Live-In Requirements:
TBD
Philanthropy: The Arthritis
Foundation
Values: Character, Dignity, College
Loyalty, and Scholarship.

Notes:

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Alpha Phi
801 David Ross Road

Believing in an Earnest Drive for Good Scholarship,


Moral Character, and Genuine Culture.
Nickname: APhi
Symbol: Ivy Leaf
Colors: Silver and Bordeaux
GPA: 3.14
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Womens Heart
Health
Values: Loyalty, Sisterhood,
Scholarship, Leadership, and
Character Development

Notes:

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Alpha Xi Delta
519 University Street

Inspiring Women to Realize Their Potential.


Nickname: Alpha Xi, AXiD
Symbol: Quill
Colors: Double Blue and Gold
GPA: 3.27
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Autism Speaks
Values: Sisterhood, Leadership,
Knowledge, and Service.

Notes:

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Chi Omega
402 Waldron Street

To Be Womanly Always; To Be Discouraged Never.


Nickname: ChiO
Symbol: Owl, Skull, and Crossbones
Colors: Cardinal and Straw
GPA: 3.32
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy:
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Values: Friendship, Personal
Intergrity, Service, Academic
Excellence, Community and Campus
Involvement, and Personal and
Career Development.

Notes:

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Delta Delta Delta


1200 Tower Drive
The Purpose of Delta Delta Delta shall be to Establish Perpetual
Bonds of Friendship, to Develop Qualities of Unselfish Leadership, and
to Assist Its Members in Every Possible Way.
Nickname: Tri Delta
Symbol: Trident and Dolphin
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue
GPA: 3.21
Average Live-In Requirements:
3 Years
Philanthropy: St. Judes Childrens
Research Hospital
Values: Truth, Self-Sacrifice, and
Friendship.

Notes:

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Delta Gamma
303 Waldron Street

Do Good is More than Just Our Motto; Its a Way of


Life.
Nickname: DG
Symbol: Anchor
Colors: Bronze, Pink, and Blue
GPA: 3.35
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Service for Sight and
Joining Forces
Values: Character, Scholarship,
Personal Development,
Involvement, and Individuality.

Notes:

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Delta Zeta
825 Hilltop Drive

To My Friends, Understanding and Appreciation. To


Those Closer Ones, Love that is Ever Steadfast.
Nickname: DZ
Symbol: Turtle
Colors: Rose and Green
GPA: 3.19
Average Live-In Requirements:
3 Years
Philanthropy: Starkey Hearing
Foundation
Values: Leadership, Sisterhood,
Personal Integrity, and
Development, and Academic
Excellence.

Notes:

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Gamma Phi Beta


810 David Ross Road

Our Mission is to Foster a Nurturing Environment that Provides


Women the Opportunity to Achieve Their Potential through LifeLong Committment to Intellectual Growth, Individual Worth, and
Service to Humanity.
Nickname: Gamma Phi or GPhi
Symbol: Crescent Moon
Colors: Brown, Mode, and Pink
GPA: 3.16
Average Live-In Requirements:
3 Years
Philanthropy: Girls on the Run
Values: Love, Labor, Learning,
Loyalty.

Notes:

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Kappa Alpha Theta


607 Russell Street

And Now Three Remain: Faith, Hope, and Love. But


the Greatest of These is Love.
Nickname: Theta
Symbol: Kite
Colors: Black and Gold
GPA: 3.37
Average Live-In Requirements:
3 Years
Philanthropy: CASA: Court
Appointed Special Advocate
Values: Leadership, Scholarship,
Personal Excellence, and Service.

Notes:

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Kappa Delta
690 Waldron Street

Let Us Strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful,


and Highest.
Nickname: KD
Symbol: Nautilus Shell and Dagger
Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White
GPA: 3.20
Average Live-In Requirements:
TBD
Philanthropy: Girl Scouts of the USA
and Prevent Child Abuse America
Values: Good Fellowship, Sisterly
Love, Education, Charitable and
Benevolent Purposes.

Notes:

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Kappa Kappa
Gamma
325 Waldron Street

Kappa Kappa Gamma is an Organization of Women, which Seeks


for Every Member throughout her Life Bonds of Friendship, Mutual
Support, Opportunities for Self-Growth, Respect for Intellectual
Development, and an Understanding of and an Allegiance to
Positive Ethical Principles.
Nickname: Kappa
Symbol: Owl, Key, and Fleur-De-Lis
Colors: Blue of the Sky and Blue of
the Seas
GPA: 3.35
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Reading is
Fundamental
Values: Loyalty, Character,
Compassion, Nobility, and
Friendship.
Notes:

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Phi Mu
201 Waldron Street

To Be to Others What They Would Be to Us.

Nickname: Phi Mu
Symbol: Quatrefoil
Colors: Rose and White
GPA: 3.33
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Childrens Miracle
Network Hospitals and Riley
Childrens Hospital
Values: Love, Honor, and Truth.

Notes:

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Pi Beta Phi
1012 State Street

Enriching Lives to Promote Friendship, Develop


Intellect and Integrity, and to Cultivate Leadership
Potential.
Nickname: Pi Phi
Symbol: Arrow
Colors: Wine and Silver Blue
GPA: 3.16
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Read > Lead > Achieve
Values: Integrity, Lifelong
Committment, Honor and Respect,
Personal and Intellectual Growth,
Philanthropic Service to Others,
Sincere Friendship.

Notes:

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Sigma Delta Tau


The Mission of Sigma Delta Tau is to Enrich the
College Experience of Women of Similar Ideals, to Build
Lasting Friendships, and to Foster Personal Growth.
Nickname: Sig Delt
Symbol: Torch
Colors: Cafe Au Lait and Old Blue
GPA: 3.13
Average Live-In Requirements:
TBD
Philanthropy: Prevent Child Abuse
America
Values: Academic Achievement,
Leadership, Philanthropy, and
Friendship.

Notes:

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Sigma Kappa
427 Russell Street

One Heart, One Way.


Nickname: Sig Kap
Symbol: Dove, Heart, Violet, and
Pearl
Colors: Lavendar and Maroon
GPA: 3.16
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Alzheimers Disease
Research, Inherit the Earth Maine
Seacoast Mission, and the Sigma
Kappa Foundation
Values: Personal Growth,
Friendship, Service and Loyalty.

Notes:

Zeta Tau Alpha


118 Waldron Street

The Foundation Precept of Zeta Tau Alpha is Love...


The Greatest of All Things.
Nickname: Zeta
Symbol: Five-Pointed Crown
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel
Grey
GPA: 3.19
Average Live-In Requirements:
2 Years
Philanthropy: Breast Cancer
Education and Awareness
Values: Peace, Truth, Wisdom,
Justice, and Law.

Notes:

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Continuous
Recruitment Information
What is Continuous Recruitment?
Continuous Recruitment is a membership recruitment period that
begins after Formal Recruitment when Potential New Members can
meet womens sorority members on a more casual and less
structured basis. When participating in Continuous Recruitment,
women may go to dinner at the chapter house, watch movies, and
socialize with chapter members. Some Panhellenic sororities hold
continuous recruitment in the fall or the spring. Not all sororities hold
continuous recruitment. If you have any questions concerning
Continuous Recruitment, contact LIZ JOHNSON at
personnel@purduephc.com.

Chapters that annually participate:


PHI BETA CHI
PHI SIGMA RHO
SIGMA ALPHA

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Unlike Formal Recruitment, PNMs participating in Continuous


Recruitment will not visit all sororities. Sororities contact PNMs on
their own and hold a series of informal events to get to know her better.
Registration on the part of the PNM is not necessary. All women that
have not accepted a bid from another chapter in the past year are
eligible to participate!

Greek Terminology
1. Alumnae: Initiated members who have graduated.
2. Bid: A formal invitation to pledge or associate with a chapter.
3. Bid Day: The final day of recruitment when the Potential New Member receives an
invitation to join a chapter.
4. Chapter: A local group of an (inter)national social sorority.
5. Gamma Chi: A woman who is available during Formal Recruitment to answer
questions about recruitment for Potential New Members.
6. Initiate: A fully intiated member of a fraternity or sorority.
7. Initiation: Ritual or ceremony in which a new member begins full membership in
that specific organization.
8. Legacy: Woman whose mother, sister, grandmother, or other immediate family
member is initiated into a particular organization.
9. Multicultural Greek Council (MGC): Central governing body of traditionally
multicultural Chapters of Purdue.
10. New Member: Member of a Greek letter organization who has not yet been
initiated.
11. New Member Program: Time in which new members of an organization learn
about the chapter.
12. National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC): Central governing body of the traditionally
African-American chapters at Purdue University, also referred to as the Divine Nine.
13. Panhellenic Council (PHC): Central governing body for the NPC sororities that
offers services to chapters and the community as a whole; derived from the Greek
terms all (Pan) Greeks (Hellenic).
14. Philanthropy: Charitable project to raise money and awareness for a particular
cause sponsored by each chapter on campus.
15. Potential New Member: Student who participates in either formal or informal/
continuous recruitment.
16. Recruitment: Experience organized by the Panhellenic Council in which mutual
selection allows each potential new member to determine chapter membership.
17. Sorority: a social Greek lettered sisterhood.

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Campus Map
1. Alpha Chi Omega
2. Alpha Gamma Delta
3. Alpha Omicron Pi
4. Alpha Phi
5. Alpha Xi Delta
6. Chi Omega
7. Delta Delta Delta
8. Delta Gamma
9. Delta Zeta
10. Gamma Phi Beta
11. Kappa Alpha Theta
12. Kappa Kappa Gamma
13. Phi Mu
14. Pi Beta Phi
15. Sigma Kappa
16. Zeta Tau Alpha
17. Kappa Delta
** not shown: Sigma Delta Tau

Get familiar with


the Greek
letters:

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Notes
Use this additional space to analyze your time at each chapter. What
were the names of the women you spoke with? What did you talk
about? Write down a few words that will help you remember your
experience below:

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Notes
Use this additional space to analyze your time at each chapter. What
were the names of the women you spoke with? What did you talk
about? Write down a few words that will help you remember your
experience below:

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Notes
Use this additional space to analyze your time at each chapter. What
were the names of the women you spoke with? What did you talk
about? Write down a few words that will help you remember your
experience below:

Again, we are so excited for each and every one of


you and we hope that you find your new home
throughout the recruitment process! Good luck!
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