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We know it often gets left up to you to determine what to do and how to get it done!

So, here are a few ways you can help your daughter through sorority recruitment.

  • Know the deadlines and help your daughter meet them. See Timeline for Sorority Recruitment for more information.

  • Find family, friends, neighbors and church members that are sorority members. Have your daughter ask them to write recommendations.  She should also write personal thank yous.

  • Help with resume and pictures – to be turned in by May 1st for fall recruitment.

  • Ensure your daughter has registered with NTAAP (now) and her University’s Panhellenic office (Summer)

  • Understand that legacy status does not ensure a bid to that house.

  • Ask questions! Call or email the University Panhellenic office for information specific to your university. Reference Chairmen and Alumnae will be able to answer specific questions about their individual organizations.

  • Expect a lot of stress during Recruitment Week.  It is ok to be there on bid day.

For Moms

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