On behalf the College Panhellenic Council, I would like to welcome you to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. As a new student, it is an exciting time to join a sorority. At the University of Arkansas at Little Rock we have two chapters that are members of the National Panhellenic Conference. These chapters include Chi Omega and Kappa Delta. The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to serve as an umbrella organization to maintain mutual collaboration among individual chapters and strengthen the Greek community as a whole.

Sorority life offers countless opportunities; whether you are looking to further your leadership development, connections, academic achievements, or life-long friendships, you can find it here! 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.

Panhellenic Recruitment is an exciting moment that enables women interested in sororities the opportunity to learn about the meaning and benefits of sorority life.   During recruitment, you will have the opportunity to visit with both organizations and learn about their membership requirement, philanthropy, social events, and sisterhood. Recruitment is scheduled for September 13-19, 2015. To participate, individuals must meet the following requirements:

  • Full-time enrollment for the semester in which you wish to join (12 credit hours)
  • At least a 2.25 cumulative GPA
  • Completion of the UALR Greek Forum (Blackboard module)
  • Participation in the College Panhellenic Council Recruitment Process
  • $20.00 Application Fee
  • Recruitment application- please apply at ualr.edu/greeklife.


Thank you for selecting UALR, and we hope you choose to become a part of the Trojan Greek community! Feel free to browse through our website and social media to learn more about what a sorority has to offer you.

Warmest Regards,