College Panhellenic Council
The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is the national coordinating body of 26 member sororities. Locally, the Texas Tech College Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the 12 CPH sororities on campus, composed of eight executive council officers. The College Panhellenic Council coordinates recruitment, provides programming and activities for college panhellenic members, and works as a self-governing support system to the panhellenic sororities on the Texas Tech campus. The council promotes the five founding values of the FSL Community at Texas Tech and strives to uphold success and excellence in its members.
|Alpha Chi Omega||Chi Omega||Kappa Delta|
|Alpha Delta Pi||Delta Delta Delta||Kappa Kappa Gamma|
|Alpha Phi||Delta Gamma||Pi Beta Phi|
|Alpha Xi Delta||Kappa Alpha Theta||Zeta Tau Alpha|
College Panhellenic Executive Board
|Executive Vice President||Abby R.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vice President Administration||Sabrina M.||email@example.com|
|Vice President Judicial Affairs||Taylor A.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vice President Recruitment||Brooke B.||email@example.com|
|Associate Vice President Recruitment||Jaydin Rileyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vice President Engagaement||Natalie D.||email@example.com|
|Vice President Philanthropy & Service||Riley W.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
CPH Featured Programs
Women's Empowerment Month:
The entire month of March our Panhellenic women host a variety of events dedicated to uplifting and empowering all women on our Texas Tech campus and Lubbock community.
Junior Panhellenic is open to all first-year sorority women in the College Panhellenic community. As members of Junior Panhellenic, women will explore the bigger picture of Panhellenic life, while creating relationships with other members from different chapters. The group will meet twice a month to learn about the Panhellenic community as a whole and how membership in a sorority chapter can develop leadership and involvement opportunities on campus to members.
Study at the Stadium:
Before finals week, the Panhellenic Council hosts a study session for all of its membership at the Jones AT&T Stadium. This event allows for the women to have a dedicated study space outside of their normal environments to prepare for finals.
CPH Service Saturday:
Our Panhellenic women dedicate a Saturday each semester to the service of our community. Along with the many hours of service they complete as organizations they organize to come together as one sisterhood.
Tech talks are an opportunity for women across the Texas Tech campus to sit down with excellent speakers from our campus and Lubbock community. The topics discussed during these events are all dedicated to the education and empowerment of women.
The Block party is open to the entire Texas Tech Community and serves as an opportunity for the campus to meet our outstanding women!
How to Join:
There are several opportunities for women to join the organizations of the Panhellenic
Council. The majority of students join through the weeklong Fall Formal Recruitment
process. While some organizations will have open roster spots throughout the year,
only some will choose to fill these spots through Continuous Open Bidding.
It is highly suggested women who are interested in being considered by all organizations in the council participate in the formal recruitment process.
For additional information and registration details please refer to the Panhellenic Council website. Once you arrive on the site, click on "Recruitment"
Primary Recruitment is the coordinated effort of all 12 Panhellenic sororities at Texas Tech University in the fall prior to the start of the semester. It gives the potential new members the opportunity to meet members from all 12 sororities. Through this process, each sorority seeks out new members who have outstanding leadership skills, high academic standards, and a commitment to community service. In order to be eligible to participate in recruitment, you must be enrolled at Texas Tech as a full time student.
Participant's Right to Withdraw: If at any point throughout the Rimary Recruitment process you wish to not continue, you may formally withdraw from recruitment. You simply need to find a Rho Gamma and a member of the recruitment staff to complete and sign an official form stating that she would like to no longer continue. If you withdraw from the process, you are eligible to seek out any of the below mentioned options for joining.
Panhellenic Information Session
The Panhellenic Council does not facilitate a spring recruitment process. Instead Panhellenic hosts an information session for all current students interested in learning more about future membership opportunities. Each of the 12 sororities are present to offer additional information about their chapters and how to become involved.
Continuous Open Bidding (COB)
Continuous Open Bidding (COB) or Open Recruitment is an informal recruitment process that takes place after formal recruitment in the fall or in the spring when a chapter may have additional roster vacancies. The sororities that meet this requirement will not be known until the beginning of the spring and will not be publicized. Typically, between four to eight sororities will take new member classes in the spring semester. There is not a registration process, pre-assigned schedule, nor will the Panhellenic Executive Council facilitate the invitation process. COB events take place at the time and location of the sorority's choice.
Questions about the Council or Recruitment?
Please click here to view the TTU Panhellenic website
For recruitment questions please email:email@example.com
For general council questions please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To view the College Panhellenic council via Techconnect click here
Fraternity & Sorority Life
AddressTexas Tech University, Student Union Building 024, Lubbock, TX 79409