In order to participate in sorority recruitment, potential new members are required to register with the Greek Life or Panhellenic office on the university campus and pay a registration fee by a certain deadline. Registration opportunities are often also available during university orientation sessions. If you have not obtained recruitment information, we suggest contacting the campus Greek Life office for further details.
Letters of Recommendation for Recruitment
When college sororities conduct new member recruitment, some may require letters of recommendation from their alumnae. Other sororities accept, but don’t require letters of recommendation.
Letters of recommendation are written by sorority alumnae to introduce a potential new member to the collegiate sisters of her sorority to help determine if the potential new member would be a good match for their chapter. With so many women going through recruitment, recommendation letters provide the chapter members an opportunity to be introduced to a woman prior to the beginning of the formal recruitment process.
LAAPA does not have representation from all NPC sororities. To best serve you, LAAPA is a proud member of the Southern California Council of Alumnae Panhellenics. Should you find you do not know someone from one of the NPC groups chartered at the school you will be attending, then please contact SCCAP at email@example.com. Please provide the following:
Your full name, physical address, email address, best phone number to contact you.
Your intended school, the NPC groups present at that school and which groups you need assistance with.
Your personal resume that includes:
Academic information - school information, honors, involvement, recognition, scholarships.
Academic statistics (i.e.: un-weighted GPA and college admission test scores).
Accomplishments - Community involvement, organizations, leadership positions.
Local references - used by each sorority to obtain personal information.
An individual photo of yourself - pdf or jpeg preferred, a pdf of grades and/or photo, and any other pertinent information.
Your inquiry will be sent to the area Alumnae Panhellenics. Please remember you are asking a favor. You may or may not receive an email or phone call from one of the alumna willing to consider writing a recommendation for you. Please respond quickly and do not wait until just prior to any deadline date.
For the most current information on Recruitment, visit your
school's Greek Life website.