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Northwest Missouri State University


Panhellenic Council

Welcome | Executive Board | Chapters | Recruitment

Welcome

Panhellenic Council (Photo by University Photography)

The Northwest Panhellenic Council is the administrative and governing body that unites all five sororities. As Northwest's largest women's organization, Panhel works to foster a supportive environment that values scholarship, service and personal growth through a unified sisterhood. It coordinates all-sorority events, service projects, educational programs and formal sorority recruitment. Panhel works together to maintain high scholastic and social standards to strengthen the bonds of friendship and sisterhood through the sorority chapters.

The Northwest Panhellenic Council meets every Thursday @ 6p.m. If you have any questions we encourage you to e-mail: greek@nwmissouri.edu

If you are interested in joining one of our sororities, we encourage you to visit the recruitment link on this website to learn about our different processes,

or contact the Office of Campus Activities at 660.562.1226 or email us at greek@nwmissouri.edu.

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Executive Board

 Cari Calia

Cari Calia
President

Major: Public Relations 
Year: Junior

Wow, where do I even begin? Greek life has given me so much that it is hard to pin point why I love being Greek. Greek Life has made me a better version of myself. I am constantly stepping out of my comfort zone to conquer a new leadership position. I would not be a 1/4 of the leader I am today with out Greek Life. Greek life allows me to serve my community through charity work and provides me with great networking opportunities. Today, I am a better student, friend, sister, and leader all because I joined Greek Life. Becoming a Greek Woman was the best decision I have ever made thus far in college. I have made amazing  lifelong friendships through this experience. It is pretty amazing to know that this organization isn't just four years, it really is for life. I will always be a proud Greek woman. 

 Taylor Rowlett

Taylor Rowlett
Vice President of Philanthrophy

Major: Business Management & Marketing
Minor: Sports Management
Year: Junior
Email: s514914@mail.nwmissouri.edu 

Going Greek and joining the Northwest Greek Life community has been an amazing experience.  Through this experience, I’ve been given so many new and different opportunities that I never imagined would happen.  It has helped me grow as friend, student, and as a person.  Greek life allows each individual to give back to the community and to network across the nation.  I have not only found life long friends in my chapter, but in several other chapters across campus as well.  Be Bold, Be Greek!

 Hannah Khrone

Hannah Krohne
Vice President of Recruitment Internal

Major: Foods and Nutrition: Dietetics 
Year: Junior

Going Greek was easily the best decision of my life so far. I have made so many wonderful friendships and connections within my own sorority, and also within many other Greek organizations across campus. I know that these relationships will last a lifetime, and will continue to grow in the years to come. Northwest has become my home away from home, and the individuals involved in Greek life have truly become family to me.  Being a member of Northwest Greek Life has molded me into the woman I am today. Since signing my bid, I have grown as a student, friend, sister, and member of society. I am so incredibly honored to be a part of such a wonderful community, and I highly encourage everyone to go Greek!

 Morgan Brown

Morgan Brown
Vice President of Recruitment External

Major: Organizational Communication
Year:
Junior

What differentiates us from most D1 schools and several D2 schools is the atmosphere that Northwest provides to students. Our University is so warm, which in my opinion allows the Greek community to grow and thrive together. Greek Life in general grants it’s members immense amounts of opportunities for leadership and networking, but being a Northwest Greek guarantees these opportunities AND the best support system you could ever ask for. 

 Abby Mahanes

Abby Mahanes
Vice President of Judicial

Major: Agricultural Business
Minor: Animal Science
Year: Senior

 Taylor Breen

Taylor Breen
Secretary

Major: Emergency Disaster Management Major
Minor: Public Relations & Pre Nursing

Year: Junior

I love Greek Life because it's like one big family. We all hold each other accountable and strive every day to be the best Greek Men and Women on this campus. I also love how supportive this Greek community is about everyone's philanthropies and supporting this community. 

 Katie McNeal

Katie McNeal

Treasurer

Major: Public Accounting, Private Accounting, and Financial Management
Year: Junior
Email: s514717@mail.nwmissouri.edu

Going Greek was one of the best decisions I have made since coming to Northwest. Being Greek has helped me grow as a person and as a leader, and has introduced to me to numerous service and philanthropy opportunities. Greek life has encouraged me to join countless other on-campus organizations as well. It has pushed to me do things that I never thought I could. I have learned how to be more confident in myself and hold myself to a higher standard. It has truly been a life changing experience. Northwest Greek Life really is a home away from home.

 Taylor Wilson

Taylor Wilson

VP of Programming & PR 

 

Mindy Anderson

Mindy Anderson

VP of Scholarship

 

Major: Marketing and Business Management
Year: Junior

I love being a part of Greek Life at Northwest because it has helped me to grow as a person. Greek life has given me the opportunity to make new connections and friendships with wonderful people all around campus. It has also allowed me to enhance my communication and leadership skills. Greek life not only creates long lasting relationships, but also skills that I will be able to use throughout my life. 

Recruitment

Sororities at Northwest are premiere leadership organizations on for Northwest women. Women interested in becoming a member of a sorority are encouraged to go through the recruitment process. The recruitment process is a mutual selection process. The goal is to find the chapter where you have the strongest sense of belonging. Recruitment allows interested potential new members to meet current chapter members and learn about each organization, including its history and traditions, the founding values, leadership opportunities and campus involvement.

The Greek BBQ starts recruitment each year. Join us on August 26th from 11a.m. - 1p.m. by the Belltower to meet the sororities. This year there will a Greek Forum on August 26th from 6-8p.m. in the Ballroom. This Greek Forum is to inform women going through recruitment what to expect and to clarify the rules and regulations. On September 4th and 5th at 5p.m. there are information sessions being held in the Ballroom. This is where women who are interested in joining can have any questions answered before formal recruitment starts.

Women interested in sorority life can participate in Formal Sorority Recruitment, September 6-9, 2012. Women must have at least a 2.6 G.P.A. This week long process allows potential new members the opportunity to interact with each Northwest sorority through organized recruitment parties. 

After Formal Recruitment is completed, there may be opportunities to attend Continuous Open Recruitment (COR) events, which are casual, sisterhood events typically held on campus. COR events are organized by each individual chapter.

If you wish to register for recruitment now click the link above. To register later attend BBQ & info sessions!

You must be registered to attend formal sorority recruitment for the fall.

Overall Schedule for Recruitment Fall 2014

Date Time Event Location
Friday Aug. 22 7:30 p.m. Greek Life Ice Cream Social Pavillion
Sunday Aug. 24 12:00 p.m. Greek Life BBQ Bell Tower
Sunday Aug. 24 11:30 a.m. Greek Forum Boardroom - Student Union
Tuesday Sept. 2 6 & 7 p.m. Information Session Boardroom - Student Union
Wednesday Sept. 3 5 p.m. Sorority Showcase Charles Johnson Theatre
Friday Sept. 5 4 p.m. Formal Recruitment Union/Station
Saturday Sept. 6 11 a.m. Formal Recruitment Union/Station
Sunday Sept. 7 1 p.m. Formal Recruitment Union/Station
Monday Sept. 8 5 p.m. Bid Day Tower View

If you have any questions about recruitment please contact the Panhellenic Recruitment Directors by emailing:

 Kristina Hagan or Devon Tracy