The Recruitment Process
The Panhellenic Formal Recruitment process allows potential members to visit each sorority to find a group of women that feels like a home away from home. Chapters will share information about their philanthropies, sisterhood, values, leadership opportunities, and personal and academic development programs. Formal Recruitment is a mutual selection process. At the end of each round, chapters will selection potential members to invite back to their next event and potential members will select chapters as well.
Our formal recruitment process takes place at the beginning of the Spring semester. Women are eligible to participate in Formal Recruitment if they have completed at least 12 Marquette University approved course credits.
If you have any questions, please contact the Panhellenic Recruitment Team at email@example.com.
2021 Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment Schedule
Saturday 16: Recruitment 101 Night & Open House Round
Sunday 17: Open House Round Contd.
Monday 18: Final Open House Round
Tuesday 19: Break
Wednesday 20: Philanthropy Round
Thursday 21: Break
Friday 22: Preference Round
Saturday 23: Bid Day
Sunday 24: Travel Day
Monday 25: Classes resume
Registration Costs & Deadlines
Registration for Marquette’s Panhellenic Formal Recruitment process is free.
Letters of Recommendation, Resumes, and Other Materials
There are no additional materials required for Panhellenic Formal Recruitment (including headshots, letters of recommendation, and resumes). Please do not send these to the Panhellenic Recruitment Team. If a sorority alumna or active member wishes to submit a letter of recommendation, she should follow the national organization’s process.
The Panhellenic Council does sponsor an Informal Recruitment period. The is a period called Continuous Open Bidding. Not all chapters participate as it depends on chapter size. Please contact the Panhellenic Recruitment Team for more information.
New Member Information
Click here to learn about the New Member Process at Marquette.
Thank you for your interest in the 6 National Panhellenic Conference chapters and 1 affiliate chapters at the Marquette University!