Dear Future Panhellenic Women,
Welcome to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln!
We are excited to have you here and we look forward to your involvement within the Panhellenic community! We have an incredible fraternity and sorority community here at UNL, and our members are active participants and leaders across campus. Joining a sorority is an excellent way to begin your collegiate transition and to effectively develop a strong sense of belonging at our University. UNL’s Panhellenic Association is comprised of 16 sororities, all which exemplify scholarship, friendship, community service, and a strong emphasis on leadership. My own experience in my chapter has brought me countless opportunities, friendships, and leadership skills that have shaped who I am today. I strongly encourage you to go through your recruitment process with confidence and an open mind. Make an effort to get to know the women in each unique chapter and the values they adhere to as you progress through your recruitment journey. These women may potentially become some of your best friends, mentors, and supporters.
Although this year’s recruitment process will look different than it has in the past, it is still a great time to join a Panhellenic organization. By choosing to join a sorority, you are joining something much bigger than yourself. Joining a sorority is a great way to transition into college life and provides a true sense of belonging. As you move through the recruitment process, find the chapter that makes you feel most at home and where you know you can make an impact. The women surrounding you will stand by you every moment as your progress through your collegiate career and beyond. This experience is about you- so take the time to truly understand what fraternity and sorority life at UNL can offer you.
On behalf of the entire Panhellenic community, we are so excited to meet you! We look forward to assisting you to not only join a chapter, but also find your place within our entire Greek community.
Vice President of Recruitment Management