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2020 Dallas-Fort Worth Sorority Recruitment Information Meeting Directory

Last update: January 20, 2020 Class of 2020 seniors, can you believe it? We're officially "in" the year that you graduate! Although you may not have officially committed to a university yet, chances are that you're already thinking about whether or not you'd like to go through the sorority recruitment process once you're on campus.  submitted photo: @goodnesssakeitskate on Instagram | Texas Tech Pi Beta Phi Attending an informational meeting hosted by a local Alumnae Panhellenic organization is one of the best ways possible to begin exploring the sorority recruitment process. Often called a "Spring Forum" or "Recruitment Forum," these meetings are hosted exclusively for high school seniors and their parents in order to introduce you to the structure, lingo, and financial obligations associated with sorority recruitment and sorority membership. You...

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What You Need to Know About Greek Forums, Rec Letters, and Alumnae Panhellenics

It's officially Greek Forum season! This month, spring recruitment meetings hosted by alumnae Panhellenic organizations will be taking place all across the great state of Texas (and beyond). With this in mind, we recently interviewed Debbi Schneider, who serves on the board for Mid Cities Panhellenic! Keep reading to learn more about the importance of Greek Forums, the role that Alumnae Panhellenic Organizations play in sorority recruitment, recommended sorority packet etiquette, and Debbi's opinion about electronic recommendations vs. printed sorority packets. If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, use this guide to find the 2020 Greek Forum nearest you! featured photo: @magdolynleb | University of Louisiana at Lafayette Tri Delta  INTERVIEW: DEBBI SCHNEIDER, RECRUITMENT INFORMATION OFFICER Mid Cities Panhellenic Organization SP: Why should moms and daughters make...

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2018 Guide to Alumnae Panhellenic Spring Forum Meetings in Dallas/Fort Worth

Looking for information about 2019 forums? Click HERE to review current information! Class of 2018 seniors, can you believe it? We're officially "in" the year that you graduate! Although you may not have officially committed to a university yet, chances are that you're already thinking about whether or not you'd like to go through the sorority recruitment process once you're on campus.  submitted photo: @kenheavner on Instagram | University of Arkansas Chi Omega Attending an informational meeting hosted by a local Alumnae Panhellenic organization is one of the best ways possible to begin exploring the sorority recruitment process. Often called a "Spring Forum" or "Recruitment Forum," these meetings are hosted exclusively for high school seniors and their parents in order to introduce you to the structure, lingo,...

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What is an Alumnae Panhellenic?

Submitted photo via @kaseyellrich on Instagram | Featured: AOII Oklahoma State University The rumors are true: One of the best ways you can begin the sorority recruitment process is to attend an informational meeting hosted by an Alumnae Panhellenic. What's an Alumnae Panhellenic, you ask? Let's take a look at the way the dictionary breaks it down and I think you'll start to get the picture.   Pan·hel·len·ic: "All Greek" (So in other words, when people say "It's all Greek to me," they mean that literally.) Really though: An Alumnae Panhellenic is an organization affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference, or NPC. Have you heard of Kappa Kappa Gamma, or Pi Beta Phi, or Delta Gamma? These sororities and 23 other houses all...

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Meet Crystal

Hi, I'm Crystal DelaHoz, a senior portrait photographer based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. I launched SororityPackets.com in the spring of 2016 after consulting with countless senior girls and their mommas about the sorority recruitment process. This blog + our entire brand exists to guide you to and through sorority recruitment...no stress required!



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