The College Panhellenic Council formal membership recruitment process takes place during the fall semester at Arkansas Tech University. It’s best to show interest early in order to receive details about recruitment events and membership requirements.
Formal recruitment at Arkansas Tech consists of three rounds of events. The first round is an informational round where chapters will share basic information about their chapter with you. The second round is focused on sharing of the chapters' philanthropy activities, on-campus involvement, and other service initiatives. The third round is the preference round. Women who are invited to chapters' preference events are those that are being seriously considered by the chapter for membership, and they will get a small glimpse of the formal ceremonies of the chapter.
One way to get connected during the membership recruitment process is to attend College Panhellenic Council pre-recruitment informational events. These events are typically held prior to the start of recruitment and are designed to inform prospective members about the process.
In addition, completing the Greek Life Interest Form is a way to let chapters know you are interested in joining a sorority. The forms are used to send out important information regarding the formal recruitment process.
During the spring semester, College Panhellenic Council sororities only recruit member if they have not reached maximum membership capacity (or total) as decided by the council each Fall. The spring process is informal, but it's also best to show interest early by filling out the Greek Interest Form, so that sororities know how to contact you if they are recruiting in the spring.