Several of our chapters will be participating in Continuous Open Recruitment during the Spring 2013 semester. Please feel free to visit our COB page for more information about how to join a chapter this spring.
Registration for Fall 2012 Formal Recruitment has closed. Our next formal recruitment period will be held during fall 2013. Please feel free to check out the information about our 2012 fall recruitment to see if sorority life is for you.
Welcome to Illinois Wesleyan University!!
We would both like to congratulate you on becoming a Titan and starting your academic career here at IWU. Sorority life has been a part of Illinois Wesleyan for over 135 years, making it one of the most long-standing campus organizations in the community! Joining a sorority is a great way to jumpstart your involvement in student life. Whether it is academically, athletically, socially, or in service and leadership roles, the fraternity and sorority community at IWU provides a network of support throughout your undergraduate experience and beyond. By choosing to participate in recruitment, you will have the opportunity to meet and contact with various women, many whom are leaders on this campus.
The decision to go through recruitment is full of new possibilities and an excellent way to make the most out of your years here at IWU. Recruitment will give you a better insight into what sorority life here at IWU is all about. Throughout recruitment, you will learn about the many exciting opportunities available to sorority women such as Greekends, Philanthropy events, scholarships, networking, leadership workshops, alumni connections, and much more.
We have provided this guide to help you better understand what the College Panhellenic community can offer you and help you decide if going through recruitment is right for you. Adding a Chapter to Your Life can be an amazing way to make the most of your college experience and this guide can help you along the journey. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to meeting you.
Vice President of Recruitment
The Panhellenic Excellence Scholarship is an academic book scholarship for one (1) first year woman attending Illinois Wesleyan in the fall of 2012. The deadline for the 2012 scholarship have passed. Recipient will be announced at the Panhellenic Ice Cream Social & Fashion Show on September 2, 2012. Please note that the scholarship will be given as a reimbursement as books will already have been purchased at the time of selection.
The Panhellenic Community takes great pride in their scholastic achievements. Beginning as a new member, all the way to graduation, sororities members encourage, develop, and maintain academic progress. Throughout the Fraternity and Sorority community, many scholarship opportunities are available for women to encourage high achievements. Last year at IWU, approximately 45% of sorority women were on the Dean's list. In addition, the cumulative GPA of all Panhellenic women at the end of Spring 2011 was above a 3.300.
One of the top priorities of our sorority community is to offer members a variety of positions to sharpen their leadership skills. Sororities provide a solid foundation in leadership training and networking that prepares members for the demands and responsibilities needed in their future careers. At IWU sorority members not only hold high positions within their chapters, but throughout the campus as well.
Each chapter gives back to the community through philanthropic work and donating time at local organizations. Giving back to the community is one of the most gratifying parts of being in a sorority. Each year, all four sororities also unite to work together for one charity or organization, as well as spend time sprucing up our own campus.
Regardless of the chapter you join, the friendships you make are life-long. Sisterhood activities are an integral part of each chapter that helps its members to unite with one another and share a bond that is indescribable. All sorority women also gather together to have united sisterhood activities including progressive dinners, round-table discussions, and service projects.