Fall Formal Recruitment Dates: August 7-13, 2016
June 1: Recruitment registration begins online (non-refundable $80 fee to register)
June 1: Goal date to begin seeking recommendations (not required)
July 10: Early registration ends- last day to register at $80
July 11: Fee goes up to $150
July 27: Last day to register at $150
July 27: Regular registration ends
July 28: Late registration period- fee goes up to $250 and you must call us to register (334-844-4595)
July 28: Goal date for submission of recommendations (not required)
August 3 and 4: Current sorority members return to campus
August 5: Move-in for potential members living in campus housing (all others make arrangements)
August 6: Afternoon recruitment kickoff
August 7: Parties begin at 8 am, continuing through August 14
August 13: Bids distributed at 3:00 pm at the Auburn Arena (Bid Day activities will be closed to the public beginning this year. New members are allowed two guests and will join the current members at the sorority celebrations.)
August 16: Classes begin
The three links below will help you as you navigate your way through sorority recruitment. Be sure to read through the top two before going to the third!:
Auburn University has many traditions, and a strong Panhellenic Council is one of them. The Auburn University Panhellenic Council is comprised of representatives from each of Auburn's seventeen Panhellenic Sororities. Due to the contributions of all its members, the council continues to be recognized for its excellence.
We hope that you are looking forward to attending Auburn University and participating in recruitment. All of our NPC sororities are outstanding and are committed to providing opportunities for their members to help them develop their greatest potential as students and as women. Sororities today are far more than just social organizations; they facilitate growth and development of their members and contribute much to the community. Use recruitment week to determine for yourself if you would like to become a part of the Panhellenic community at Auburn University. Please know, however, that affiliation with a sorority is not a prerequisite for an active and successful college experience. Joining a sorority, therefore, should be an individual decision, one which you make for yourself, not for your mother or your sister or best friend. Whether you join a sorority or not, recruitment week will be a time for making new friends and beginning a new and exciting part of your life. Recruitment is open to all women accepted to Auburn University or presently enrolled at Auburn University.
Auburn University Panhellenic recruitment is open to all enrolled Auburn University women regardless of race, religion, color, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Last Updated: 5/16/2016