Welcome to the Texas State Panhellenic Councils Recruitment blog! This blog has been established to help guide incoming students and potential new members of our greek community through the recruitment process. In the tabs above you will find tons of information and as the summer goes on we will be adding more and more. If you have any questions or if you didn’t seem to find all the answers you are looking for feel free to contact us. We are so excited that you are interested in recruitment and we can’t wait to meet you in the fall! Register now!
The Panhellenic council at Texas State University is the coordinating body of the 8 NPC sororities on campus. The council is composed of 11 executive board members from each sorority. Panhellenic executive council members are current sorority members who have disaffiliated from their chapters during recruitment in order to provide unbiased planning and support for… Continue reading What Is Panhellenic?
Joining a sorority is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. It is truly not for just your college years; a sorority is for life. The sisters you find not only in your own sorority but in the Panhellenic community will be women you can lean on forever. Sororities are unique, wonderful,… Continue reading Why Should You Go Greek?
I always knew I wanted to join a sorority when I came to college because a lot of my family members were Greek. At first I was seeking a home away from home and lifelong friendships but after joining Delta Zeta I found so much more than that. Right away I became immensely involved in my chapter and held up to eight leadership positions! The idea of being president was there but I never thought I would actually hold the position. Becoming president of my chapter has been exhausting yet rewarding and really is the cherry on top of my sorority experience here at Texas State. – Sydney Trei (President)
I decided to go greek because I wanted to get involved, and I figured joining a sorority was a great way to do so! During the week of recruitment, I really loved all of the houses, but at Chi Omega, I just felt comfortable. I could let me shoulders rest and be honest in the conversations. The Chi Omega’s also had some pretty cool dance moves. After being a member for two and a half years, I was lucky enough to be elected to lead my chapter as President. Leading as the president has been a blast and has given many opportunities to develop myself emotionally and professionally. I am so glad to be apart of the Panhellenic community and I recommend going through recruitment with an open mind. – Alyssa Whiteside (President)