Panhellenic Council is the governing body for Ferris State University's social sororities.
Panhellenic Council Sororities
Please enter just the Box Number or File.
New RSOs who have not been approved yet, please enter "File."
This is your organization's email address. If you do not have an organization email account, please leave blank.
What else should people know about your meetings? Do you only meet once a month? Do attendees need to be added to an agenda? Is the location hard to find? If attendees need ADA accommodations, whom should they contact?
Panhellenic Council meets every Wednesday at 7:30pm in the Founder's Room of the University Center. If you would like to make an announcement at a meeting, please contact the President, Tess Strasser, or Advisor, Ashley Schulte. If you are in need of special accommodations, please contact the President or Advisor at least 72 hours in advance.
Does your organization have a mission statement, catch phrase, or other marketing description? Information provided here may be used in university publications, websites, or other materials.
The National Panhellenic Conference exists to promote the values of and to serve as an advocate for its member groups in collaboration with those members, campuses and communities.
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. This may include a GPA requirement, try-outs, degree program, etc.
Women interested in joining a sorority must be enrolled at Ferris State University and have a 2.5 grade point average (college). First semester freshmen in the fall semester may join sororities through the Formal Fall Recruitment, and must have a high school grade point average of at least 2.7 (varies by sorority).
Spring semester recruitment grade point average requirements vary by sorority.
Why should people join? What makes your group special? What will students gain by being a member?
Panhellenic Council is the governing body for all of the social sororities on campus. If you would like to develop your personal leadership, networking, and organizational skills while creating life-long friendships, sorority life is for you. Become more active on campus and be amongst some of the most pro-active women you'll ever meet. Not sure if sorority life is for you? You'll never know until you try so please ask any questions you may have.
Does your group have a fundraising, volunteer, or service initiative? Do you consistently work with a non profit organization?
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