Get Involved | Panhellenic Council and Chapters

The Panhellenic Council, located in 201 Perkins, serves as the governing body for the University of Delaware’s National Panhellenic Conference sororities. Member delegates serve as role models, dedicated to uphold good scholarship and high standards of ethical conduct, while promoting friendship, harmony, and unity among members, chapters, faculty, administration and campus groups. Choose a chapter below to learn more about them on StUDent Central.

Learn more about the Panhellenic Community
Visit udelpanhellenic.com to learn more about the Panhellenic Council and community at UD including information about chapters, events, and recruitment. For Panhellenic student events visit studentcentral.udel.edu/organization/panhelleniccouncil.

Sorority Interest Email List
If you are interested in learning more about opportunities to join one of our sororities, please email udpanhel.vpinternalrecruitment@gmail.com to be added to the sorority interest email list. You will receive updates about opportunities to join chapters who are recruiting, upcoming events and information about Formal Recruitment.

Chapter Recruitment Officers
If you extend a bid for membership to a woman and she accepts, she must complete the NPC Continuous Open Bidding Membership Acceptance Binding Agreement and Grade Release found on our Find a Form page. It must be turned in to the Panhellenic Recruitment mailbox in 201 Perkins within one (1) business day of being signed. Please contact udpanhel.vpinternalrecruitment@gmail.com or amne@udel.edu with questions. Women should only be offered bids after they register with Fraternity and Sorority Leadership & Learning and their eligibility is confirmed.

Formal Recruitment 2021
February 12-14 and February 19-21, 2021
Registration will open in December.
We highly suggest waiting to register until fall semester final grades are posted.

There is a registration fee of $95 and is non-refundable regardless of eligibility, membership selection, or attending recruitment. The fee covers costs related to facility rental, buses, t-shirt (worn by PNM during recruitment), refreshments, and supplies.

To be eligible to participate in Formal Recruitment, a woman must have a 2.5 cumulative college GPA and earned 12 credit hours (no exceptions are made for either requirement). Winter Session 2021 credits and grades will not be included toward determining eligibility for participation in recruitment. This policy is supported by UD’s Office of the Dean of Students and the Division of Student Life.

Transfer students: If you do not have a UD GPA, transcripts showing GPA and credit hours must be submitted from your most recent previous institution. The same requirements of having at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and at least 12 earned credit hours apply. Transcripts can be submitted via email (with screenshots) to udpanhel.vpinternalrecruitment@gmail.com. Transcripts can also be submitted via mail to:

Panhellenic Council
201 Perkins Student Center
Newark, DE 19716

PNM Orientation 2021
All women registered for formal recruitment are required to attend PNM Orientation on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, via Zoom. There are two sessions being offered this year; both will cover the same information. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your assigned session so we can ensure that everyone is checked in and that the session begins promptly.

Women with last names beginning with A-L should attend at 6:00 p.m.
Women with last names beginning with M-Z should attend at 8:00 p.m.

*If you are unable to attend the session you are assigned, you may attend the other session. If you are unable to attend either session, please email udpanhel.vpinternalrecruitment@gmail.com so that we can give you your Recruitment Counselors’ contact information.


Recruitment Booklets

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