The Panhellenic Council is composed of an executive board of six members with representation from Chi Omega and Kappa Delta. The executive board consults the National Panhellenic Conference as a resource to act in accordance with the best interests of the Panhellenic community.
The College Panhellenic Council promotes Sorority life by encouraging leadership, high academic achievement, philanthropic and community service efforts, as well as lasting bonds of sisterhood. The Panhellenic Council serves as a forum for discussing issues facing collegiate women and the entire Sorority community, as well as promotes equality among its membership. Membership in Panhellenic offers incredible advantages – academic and leadership opportunities, social events – plus friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.
Panhellenic Recruitment is an exciting opportunity that enables women interested in joining a sorority the opportunity to learn about the meaning and benefits of sorority life. Sorority Recruitment, sponsored by the Panhellenic Council each year, is organized, coordinated, and managed by the Recruitment Committee. It lasts for a full week and involves getting to know each organization. During these rounds, potential new members will meet and converse with sorority members.
The College Panhellenic Council is to act as an umbrella organization to promote mutual collaboration among individual chapters of the Greek system and to positively benefit the University of Arkansas at Little Rock community as a whole. Specifically, the Panhellenic Council oversees these two Panhellenic Conference sororities on campus. The Councils are to promote cooperation and harmony between member organizations and between members and
other campus organizations in developing the best possible image for the Greek community.
In order to achieve its goals, Panhellenic implements programming that fosters the universal sorority ideals of leadership, integrity, and scholarship among its members. Panhellenic also strives to bring to light issues that affect modern women in order to ensure its membership can achieve strength through a feeling of community that will enable them to overcome future obstacles.
Brittany Rogers CPC President