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Northwest Missouri State University


Panhellenic Council

Welcome | Executive Board | Chapters | Recruitment

Welcome



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 @ 6 p.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 Student Involvement at 660.562.1226 or email us at greek@nwmissouri.edu.

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Executive Board

Elizabeth Conard

Liz Conard
President

Major: Mathematics (Data Science Emphasis) with a minor in Computer Science
Hometown: Overland Park, KS
Email: s523286@nwmissouri.edu

I joined Greek life to better myself as a woman, but I stayed in Greek life to help others do the same. The experiences, friendships, and knowledge gained from being Greek are incomparable to anything else I have ever been a part of. 

Avree Sealey

Avree Sealey
Vice President of Philanthropy

Major: Elementary Education, Concentrating in Language Arts
Hometown: Platte City, MO
Email: S523895@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about Greek life is the lifelong friendships I have created, not only with women in my own chapter, but other chapters as well. Greek life has provided me with exceptional experiences that have helped me develop my leadership and communication skills. Being a part of this community has helped shape me into the person I am today.

Chloe Johnson

Chloe Johnson
Vice President of Recruitment External

Major: Marketing
Hometown: Maryville, MO
Email: s518210@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about the Greek community at Northwest is the diversity between each chapter, but the ability for us all to bond over our core values and love for Greek life.

 Brooke Purvis

Brooke Purvis
Vice President of Recruitment Internal

Major: Marketing with a Minor in Mass Media Journalism
Hometown:
Peculiar, MO
Email: s523814@nwmissouri.edu

Joining Greek life was a last minute decision for me. I signed up for primary recruitment 10 minutes before the sign ups closed. While going through recruitment I had no idea what to anticipate or look for in a sisterhood. What I found was a large group of dedicated, loyal, passionate and philanthropic women who are pursing academic and personal excellence every day. I joined Greek life for the experience, but I stayed for the people, the support, the personal and professional growth and the endless amounts of Panhellenic love.

 Lauren Lambertz

Lauren Lambertz
Vice President of Scholarship

Major: Psychology, Child and Family Studies
Hometown: Lee's Summit, MO
Email: s523625@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about Greek life is all of the amazing opportunities that this community has given me. Through these opportunities, I have transformed into a better student, friend, and leader. These opportunities have also given me the chance to make life-long friendships with people from all organizations on campus. 

 Megan Sughroue

Megan Sughroue
Vice President of Judicial Procedures

Major: Elementary Education with a minor in Coaching
Hometown: Kearney, NE
Email: S523969@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about Greek life is all the connections and opportunities it has given me. It has allowed me to build amazing relationships with people inside and outside my chapter. Also, it has allowed me to be a part of a community and to give back to a place that has given me so much.

 Avery Broner

Avery Broner
Vice President of Programming and Public Relations

Major: Communication: Public Relations and Organizational with a minor in Advertising
Hometown: Kearney, MO
Email: S523222@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about the Greek community here at Northwest is the overwhelming sense of family that comes with it. You can find comfort in a room full of strangers when you see letters, even if they are not your own.

 Shianne Kolts

Shianne Kolts
Vice President of Communications

Major: Communication: Public Relations and Organizational
Hometown: Utica, NE
Email: S523607@nwmissouri.edu

My favorite part about Greek Life is meeting and working with so many strong-willed, well rounded and amazing individuals here at Northwest.

Haley Tutorino

Haley Tutorino
Vice President of Finance 

Major: Radiologic Science and Applied Health Science 
Hometown: Raymore, MO
Email: S526841@nwmissouri.edu

I joined Greek life to find lifelong friendships, give back to the community, and grow as an individual. I wanted to make my college experience be something that I will never forget and Greek life has given me the network and opportunity to do that. I am continuously learning and making new friends all around campus. Being Greek has been one of the best decisions I have made!

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Mackenzie Baker
Vice President of Risk Management 

Major:
Hometown: 
Email: S526645@nwmissouri.edu 

Recruitment

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 between the potential new member and the chapter. Participating in sorority recruitment does not guarantee a bid from a chapter. 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.

This year there will a Panhellenic Reruitment Panel on August 29th from 6pm-7pm in the Union Ballroom. This Panel is to inform women going through recruitment what to expect and to clarify the rules and regulations. A sorority tour night of Roberta Hall will take place on September 4th at 6:00 pm. Come see our on-campus sorority residence hall.

Women interested in sorority life can participate in Formal Sorority Recruitment, September 7-10, 2018. Women may participate in recruitment with any GPA, however, individual chapters have different GPA standards. This weekend long process allows potential new members the opportunity to interact with each Northwest sorority through organized recruitment parties. 

After Formal Recruitment is complete, 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.

Register for Formal Sorority Recruitment 

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

Overall Schedule for Recruitment Fall 2018

Date

Time

Event

Location

Friday

Aug. 24

7 p.m.

Greek Life Ice Cream Social

Pavilion

Wednesday

Aug. 29

6 p.m.

Panhellenic Recruitment Panel

Ballroom- Student Union

Tuesday

Sept. 4

6 p.m.

Sorority Tour Night

Roberta Hall

Wednesday

Sept. 5

6 p.m.

Sorority Showcase

Ron Houston PAC

Friday

Sept. 7

4 p.m.

Formal Recruitment

Union/Station/Colden

Saturday

Sept. 8

12 p.m.

Formal Recruitment

Union/Station/Colden

Sunday

Sept. 9

1 p.m.

Formal Recruitment

Union/Station/Colden

Monday

Sept. 10

5 p.m.

Bid Day

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For chapter specific or pre-recruitment event questions, please contact Chloe Johnson - Vice President of Recruitment-External at S518210@nwmissouri.edu

For women interested in learning more about Greek Life, recruitment registration, or recruitment counselors, please contact Brooke Purvis - Vice President of Recruitment-Internal at S523814@nwmissouri.edu