The College Panhellenic Council is the governing board of the National Panhellenic Conference sororities and serves as a vital communication link between the Panhellenic chapters on campus. Panhellenic helps member chapters, of which there are currently four, realize their individual goals and unites them under the halo of Greek tradition.
How do I join?
Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is a very structured process. After registering online in the summer, you'll have the opportunity to visit each chapter during formal recruitment. Throughout the week, by a process of mutual selection, both chapters and potential new members will narrow their choices. At ATU, a majority of women obtain membership through this process; however qualifying chapters may also have opportunities to join outside of this time period and throughout the year.
What are the deadlines for CPC Recruitment?
CPC Formal Recruitment registration will be available online June 1, 2015 and will conclude on September 4, 2015. The $60 registration fee must be paid by September 10, 2015.
What are the benefits of membership?
There are numerous benefits to joining a CPC sorority. Not only are there fantastic leadership opportunities within both the chapter and council, but the members also have the highest GPAs in the sorority and fraternity community. In spring 2015, our sororities achieved a 3.16 average.
Who is eligible for recruitment?
A women is eligible to participate in recruitment and join a sorority if she a regularly matriculated student at Arkansas Tech. Any student who is enrolled and has been granted full-time status may participate, however each CPC organization has specific eligibility requirements.
Alpha Sigma Tau
President - Melissa Carmack
President - Ashleigh Pettit
President - Kelsey Nilsen