Congratulations to all the newest members of the Panhellenic Community!

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What to Expect

Panhellenic recruitment at the University of North Florida is a terrific way to meet people and get involved on campus and in the community. It is also a great way to network, which can benefit your future professional life. When going through recruitment you should expect to meet tons of new people, including sorority women and other potential new members. UNF formal sorority recruitment is only held during the fall semester; it consists of three rounds of events that allow you to get to know more about each individual sorority chapter. The events will give you a chance to discover which sorority is the best match for you. Each round of events will give you a chance to ask the different questions you might have about each chapter


Check out the Panhellenic Recruitment Brochure below for important information about chapters and the recruitment process!


2014 Panhellenic Recruitment Brochure

Days of Recruitment

Fall 2015 Recruitment Dates will be announced once the Panhellenic Council has made a decision on the weekend. 

Recruitment Rules and Policies

2014 Recruitment Rules and Policies

Helpful Hints and Tips

  • When going through formal sorority recruitment the most important thing is to be yourself! In order to find a good match don’t try to be the sorority girls you see in movies, most sorority women are not those girls. Most sorority women are nice down to earth people.  
  • When in each sorority room be sure to ask questions the more you know about them the better decisions you can make during the selection process.  
  • Make sure to keep and open mind throughout the entire process. Be sure to make your own decisions based off of the connections made in the rooms.
  • Have fun! Remember for most people this is a once in a life time opportunity! Truly take everything in and begin the processes of making friendships that will last a life time!

Chapter Information