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College Panhellenic Executive Board
The College Panhellenic Executive Board serves as the governing umbrella to the eleven Panhellenic organizations. The board is comprised of eight women who have proven to be leaders in their chapters, through Recruitment Counselors, Judicial Board, and/or a Council Delegate. Positions include President, Vice President of Recruitment, Vice President of Philanthropy, Vice President of Finance and Administration, Vice President of Public Relations, Vice President of Recruitment Counselors, Vice President of Judicial, Vice President of Academics and Assistant Vice President of Recruitment.
Elections are held through an application and interview process.
Applications for 2020 Panhellenic Executive Board will open on October 1, 2019!
AFLV LeaderShape Institute
The Institute, a program provided in partnership with LeaderShape and AFLV, challenges participants to lead with integrity while working towards a vision grounded in their deepest values. Participants explore not only what they want to do, but who they want to be. Dynamic, challenging, and exciting, the week is intended to produce a breakthrough in the leadership capacity of participants — benefiting them individually, as well as their respective communities and the organizations they will go on to lead and serve in the future.
AFLV sessions of the Institute will bring together fraternity and sorority leaders from across the country to share in this experience, all under the umbrella of shared fraternal values.
Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI)
UIFI is the NIC’s premier inter-fraternal leadership program. It brings together undergraduate members of fraternal organizations (fraternities, sororities, multi-cultural fraternal groups, local groups) to explore and elevate their leadership in their chapters and communities. At UIFI, you will spend five days learning with and from fraternity men and sorority women from across North America. You will explore the fraternity/sorority leader you want to be and where you can take your chapter, council or community. This program will push you to define the challenges in your community and excite you for how to create change. UIFI allows you to enhance your leadership skills, develop personal awareness, ignite commitment to your organization, and expect values-based action from yourself and those you lead. Sessions are held every summer on campuses and all national sessions are held at Indiana University-Bloomington. Please check back later in the Spring semester for scholarship opportunities and click here to learn more about this experience.
Recruitment Counselors are active sorority women who disaffiliate from their chapters in order to aid potential new members through the recruitment experience each Formal Recruitment. Beginning at formal recruitment orientation, these selected women provide potential new members with helpful information regarding membership. Recruitment Counselors act as an emotional support system for potential new members, as they consider each organization in order to find the best fit. Applications for Recruitment Counselor are currently closed. Applications for 2019 will be available early in the Spring semester.
Judicial Board members are active sorority women who disaffiliate from their chapters in order to aid the Panhellenic Community through accountability. These members actively look for and report violations, provide an educational aspect regarding the College Panhellenic Code of Ethics and encourage positive sorority relations among community members. Judicial Board applications will be available on MSync within the first couple months of the Spring semester for Recruitment 2019.
Rho Lambda is an Honor Society comprised of all sorority women who are achieving excellence academically, as well as, in leadership and involvement. Rho Lambda encourages women to excel in all aspects of sorority life throughout their collegiate years. Paper applications go out to chapters each Spring semester!
Council Delegates are leaders who are elected to represent their chapter at weekly council meetings. Delegates are entrusted with updates and information that they will, in turn, bring back to their chapters in order to keep Panhellenic women informed. These women also represent their chapter during voting on crucial Panhellenic items such as bylaws, recruitment rules, etc. Council delegates are elected by their affiliated chapters, and those interested should contact chapter presidents for further information!