Formal Recruitment

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What is Panhellenic Recruitment?

Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is an opportunity for women interested in joining the Panhellenic community to meet all of the participating chapters.  During this time, you will learn about each sorority and what they represent. The women of each chapter will educate you on their sisterhood, unique philanthropic ideals, and academic standards. Each day, through mutual selection, PNMs and chapters will narrow their search to ultimately welcome women as the Fall 2020 new member class.  


Our advice: Be yourself, trust the process, and give recruitment a try! Keep an open mind and stay true to your values and you will find your best fit in our community!

Letter from Vice President of Recruitment


My name is Hannah Broderick and I am the Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment!  In the fall of 2017, I joined the Greek community here at the University of Connecticut and since then have been surrounded by inspiring and empowered women every day.  The Panhellenic community unites a large, diverse group of women through the values we share. Joining this community is one of the best decisions I have ever made.

If you are looking for advice about joining a sorority, you’ve come to the right place!  While the thought of joining a sorority might be overwhelming, I encourage you to open yourself up to the experience and sign up for formal recruitment.  The Panhellenic community at UConn is accepting, empowering, and inviting and we cannot wait to show you all that we have to offer!

At the University of Connecticut, formal recruitment takes place over Labor Day weekend, beginning on Friday, September 4th and ending on Monday, September 7th, with preparations taking place

the week before.   Formal recruitment is a four day mutual selection process where you will be able to learn all of our amazing chapters! The Recruitment Team consists of myself, 4 directors, and 52 rho gammas. The entire team is made up of sorority women who disassociate from their respective chapters in order to help guide potential new members through the recruitment process and offer unbiased support.  

I appreciate your interest in joining the Panhellenic community!  For any more information, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at


Hannah Broderick