Panhellenic sororities have a lot to offer students at UT Dallas. Learn more about the recruitment process and check out our story here.
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How do I join?
Formal Recruitment will take place the weekend of September 13-15th, 2013.
Pi Chi's (Recruitment Counselors)
Each year, the UTD College Panhellenic Council selects women from each sorority to serve as recruitment counselors—also known as Pi Chis. These women disaffiliate from their own sorority beginning in the summer. Their term goes through the week of recruitment in order to provide you, the potential new member, the most unbiased and fair experience.
As part of their disaffiliation, they have no contact with their own sorority until recruitment is completed. Their affiliation is kept a secret until it is revealed to everyone on Bid Night! Their main role is to guide you through the recruitment process and to provide you with advice and answers to any questions you have.
Once you register for recruitment, you will be assigned to a Pi Chi Group. You will meet with their group throughout the course of recruitment in order to start building friendships with other women going through the recruitment process.
|Alpha Gamma Delta||Delta Delta Delta||Kappa Alpha Theta|
|Founded||May 30, 1904
Syracuse University, NY
|Nov. 27, 1888
|Jan. 27, 1870
Indiana Asbury Uni, now DePauw
|April 3, 1992||Nov. 10, 2007||Mar. 9, 1996|
|Colors||Red, Buff, and Green||Silver, Gold, and Blue||Black and Gold|
|Symbols||Pearl and Squirrel||Dolphin and Trident||Kite and Twin Stars|
|Flower||Red and Buff Rose||Pansy||Pansy|
|Philanthrophy||Scottish Rite Hospital and Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation||St. Jude Children's Hospital||C.A.S.A. (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation|
|National Website||Alpha Gamma Delta||Delta Delta Delta||Kappa Alpha Theta|
National Governing Body: National Panhellenic Conference
Public Relations Coordinator
Programs and Activities
The College Panhellenic Sororities and its members participate and host a wide varities of programs and activities on campus.
Safe Spring Break: Drink Think Program
Take Back the Night hosted by Student Wellness and Residential Life
National Hazing Prevention Week
Panhellenic Letters and Lunch
Panhellenic Service Mixer
Trading Spaces hosted by National
Springapoolza hosted by SUUAB