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Panhellenic Association

Panhellenic

The USF Panhellenic Association was created to develop and maintain women’s fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment for the organizations on campus that are affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference.

The USF Panhellenic Association is comprised of two organizations: Delta Zeta and Kappa Alpha Theta. The purpose of the association is to promote honesty, respect, and sisterhood through recruitment strategies and yearly programing. It aims to be a diverse, socially responsible, justice orientated, and academically accomplished organization.

Panhellenic Board 2014-2015

PH Executive 2014-2015
Left to right: Angela Needham, Uma Joshi, Megan Houston, and Chauncy Henn

President
Megan Houston

Vice President of Recruitment and Public Relations
Chauncy Henn

Vice President of Judicial
Angela Needham

Vice President of Administration and Finance
Uma Joshi

Recruitment Fall 2014

Recruitment Fall 2014 Banner

How to participate in Panhellenic Formal Recruitment Fall 2014:

Step 1: Submit an application, unofficial transcript, photo, and $15 registration payment by Friday, September 5. Access the application here. An online payment form will be available soon.
Step 2: Attend a Panhellenic Info Session - Dates TBA
Step 3: Attend Recruitment Orientation - Thursday, September 18 at 7:00 p.m. in McLaren Complex.
Step 4: Prepare for an amazing and enriching Recruitment Weekend on September 19 - 21 in McLaren Complex.

Missing any of these steps will result in an incomplete registration and you will not be eligible for recruitment.  If you have any questions please contact: usfphc.vprecruitment@gmail.com. We can't wait to see you there!

Get in Touch!

Panhellenic Council and Counselors 2014

For the latest updates regarding Fall Recruitment and other Panhellenic events, be sure to "like" University of San Francisco Panhellenic Council's Facebook page and follow their Instagram account @usf_panhellenic.