How to Join
COB is now taking place!
If you filled our the COB Interest form chapters have been given your information and should be reaching out soon! Feel free to reach out to them if you're interested in joining their chapter or with any questions!
Chapter GPA Requirements
Women's GPA will be verified using the CORE GPA from grades 9-11. If you wish to include your 12th grade GPA, women must submit this update to the Panhellenic Council to recalculate your CORE GPA. If you wish to submit your 12th grade transcripts, please complete this by August 10th.
In the summer after registering for Recruitment, Potential New Members (PNMs) will receive an email. This email will include many important updates about the upcoming recruitment. A second email will come in late summer, which will notify PNMs that their Campus Director account of their updated CORE GPA. This is what the University of Arizona Admissions Office has given Panhellenic. This CORE GPA is calculated using grades from your first six semesters of high school unweighted, or your cumulative college GPA per the ABOR Course Competencies.
*Per FERPA regulations Panhellenic is not able to share information about this topic with parents but we are more than happy to speak with PNMs about their GPA.
Chapter GPA Requirements can be found in the bond.
GPA Explanation Letter
If you are participating in the Fully Structured Virtual Recruitment and do not meet the recommended GPA, you may fill out a form if you have extenuating circumstances to explain your GPA. GRADE EXPLANATION FORM
The University of Arizona is honored to have Phi Sigma Rho as an affiliate chapter. Because this chapter is associated with the Panhellenic Council, they do not participate in formal recruitment. Please contact them directly to learn more about their recruitment process. Contact Phi Sigma Rho
See a list of all our chapters HERE
Letters of Recommendation
Letters of Recommendation (REC or RIF) is a chapter alumna’s chance to introduce a member to a sorority, allowing their members to get to know a PNM prior to Recruitment. There are unique forms to each chapter that are provided by the national organization for their alumnae to fill out on behalf of PNMs. The letters are written by alumna or by a collegiate member of a sorority. These letters are not required, nor do they guarantee you a bid.
Where do I send my letter of recommendation?
Alpha Chi Omega - click here
Alpha Delta Pi- firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Epsilon Phi- email@example.com
Alpha Phi- firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Sigma Alpha- email@example.com
Chi Omega- firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta Gamma- email@example.com
Gamma Phi Beta- firstname.lastname@example.org
Kappa Alpha Theta- email@example.com
Kappa Kappa Gamma- firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Sigma Rho- email@example.com
Pi Beta Phi- firstname.lastname@example.org
Sigma Kappa- email@example.com
The financial breakdown of each chapter can be found here.
Once recruitment registration is completed, PNMs may receive an updated and detailed spreadsheet. Panhellenic is not able to answer chapter specific questions about finances. If you, or your student, receives a bill that is more than 10% different than the amount listed, please contact the Panhellenic Council.
Why should my child join a Greek organization?
At the University of Arizona, we take great pride in our Greek organizations and all that they stand for. College can be so much more than just classes and homework; it is also a time for growth and development. Greek Life can foster the education of the whole person. Having your student be a part of a Greek organization means several things, including long lasting friendships, academics, leadership and campus involvement, and community service. Check out this Greek Parent Orientation Video.
For Recruitment-related questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org