Welcome! This is the first step towards your journey to becoming a member of the Millikin University Fraternity and Sorority Life community.
Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is a great way to learn more about Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, and Pi Beta Phi, the three Panhellenic sororities on campus and embark on a new chapter of your life!
Recruitment involves an open house and three days of events that allow you to preview sorority life here at Millikin University. Through different recruitment activities such as philanthropic projects, conversation, and a short presentation by the sorority women themselves, you can get an idea of what sisterhood means to each individual chapter. The last day of recruitment is what we call “Bid Day,” where, if you choose to participate, you may receive your formal invitation of membership to join a sorority.
Each day in the schedule has a different atmosphere where it could range from relaxed feel to a more formal feel. The Panhellenic Council executive board and recruitment guides (Rho Gammas or Pi Chis) organize these different events of recruitment. You will tour these recruitment activities in a group lead by a Rho Gamma or Pi Chi. This is referred to as your “recruitment group,” and each group sticks together throughout the entire week, supporting each other through the recruitment process.
Recruitment is an exciting and fun experience that allows you to make new friends with both your recruitment group and the chapters you visit. We urge you to consider the recruitment process as a way of becoming a member of the Panhellenic Association and the Greek community as a whole. We hope you keep an open mind about all the chapters. Look at what each sorority has to offer and what makes it stand apart from the others. After all, together we share a common goal.
Remember, going through recruitment does not obligate you to join a chapter. However, by participating in formal recruitment, you can gain a better idea of what sorority life is all about.
There is a $15 nonrefundable registration fee charged to all women taking part in the recruitment process. You can pay by check or major credit card online. This fee covers a t-shirt, refreshments and snacks, and the administrative needs associated with the process.
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