* How will membership in a specific sorority benefit you? Please be advised that every sorority has established its own academic requirements, most of which are significantly higher than the SFAPA requirement.
However, grades are considered throughout the entire process.
Women's Panhellenic Recruitment is the process through which potential new members consider sororities, and sororities choose new sisters.
The formal Recruitment period is composed of three rounds where potential new members (PNM's) visit each of the five chapters on SFA's campus.
Recruitment is the period when sororities seek new members to join their chapters.
Sorority events at SFA are hosted by NPC throughout the summer at New Student Orientation.
At NPC-sponsored events, you'll get the chance to meet members from multiple campus sororities.
At all events you'll learn about Greek activities, new member programs and, perhaps most importantly, get a feel for the uniqueness of each chapter.
Because each sorority at SFA does have its own unique qualities, it's important for you to keep an open mind throughout Recruitment.
By asking questions, you can better decide where you fit best.
Here are some questions we recommend you keep in mind: * Is this chapter in line with my personal values?
* What activities is the chapter involved with on campus? * What kind of scholarship program does the chapter offer? * How does this chapter support its national philanthropy?