Fall 2021 Formal Recruitment

Pre-Recruitment Events

Learn about the benefits of sorority life, meet our LU chapters, and the get the details of the recruitment process at these upcoming events!

Monday, June 28, 6 pm -or-
Tuesday, July 27, 6 pm -or-
Tuesday, August 31, 6 pm

Week of Welcome Event
Sunday, August 22, 5 pm–7 pm
Location: Montagne Center Parking Lot
Visit lamar.edu/wow for full Week of Welcome schedule.

Week of Welcome Event
Wednesday, August 25, 4 pm–7 pm
Location: Cardinal Park at Cardinal Village

Week of Welcome Event
Thursday, August 26, 6 pm–8 pm
Location: Setzer Student Center, Live Oak Ballroom
Learn about our three chapters that participate in Formal Recruitment, hear from a panel, meet your  recruitment counselors, and get a free snow cone from Kona Ice. We can also help you sign-up for recruitment if you haven’t yet!

Recruitment Schedule

Wednesday, September 1—5 pm
Last day to register for Recruitment.

Tuesday, September 7—5:30 pm
PNM Recruitment Orientation. This event is mandatory for all PNM's to attend. If you are unable to make this time, you will need to schedule a separate time with your recruitment counselor. 

Thursday, September 9  — 6:30 pm
Sisterhood Round. This is the first round of recruitment. PNMs will get the opportunity to interact with chapters in their own space. This is the first time you will meet the chapters. This round is mandatory. 

Friday, September 10  — 5 pm
Philanthropy Day
This is the first invitational round of recruitment. This is an opportunity for you to officially meet with Chapters, learn about their philanthropic efforts, and get more personal introductions. This event is mandatory. 

Saturday, September 11  — 12 pm
Preference Round
This is the final invitational round of recruitment. This round presents opportunities for you to discuss life-long membership opportunities and sisterhood with chapters. This event is mandatory. 

Sunday, September 12  — 1 pm
Bid Day
This is the day you get your bid and get your new home in Greek life at Lamar University! More specific details on how this day will be given closer to Recruitment! 

Registration Information

Registration Dates: June 1 - Wednesday, September 1, at 5PM
Registration Fee: $40, with a $5 processing fee 

Consider and prepare your answers to the following questions: 

  1. Please tell us about your personality.
  2. Describe how you spend your time outside of school.
  3. A benefit of membership is the opportunity for continual development in and beyond your undergraduate years. How do you hope membership prepares you for your future? 
  4. Please share with us your reasons for going through recruitment.
  5. Why did you choose to attend Lamar University? 

  These questions were added to help you get into the recruitment mindset and allow the chapters to get to know you a little better before recruitment begins. 

Cost of Membership

Every year, the Panhellenic Council works with the chapters to provide interested women an accurate look at how much dues are and where their money is going. 

Each chapter is required to submit a Financial Disclosure Statement. Links to these are provided below. This document is designed to provide you with detailed information on how much membership will cost for each organization. Each chapter has dues members are required to pay every semester; however, what is included in the dues varies from chapter to chapter. 

We have provided a list of common fees our chapters charge as part of their dues structure. There is a possibility some chapters may have additional fees unique to their organization, so it is important to still ask for more information as you go through the Recruitment process.

Chapters dues will be discussed by the chapters during the first day of Recruitment, on Thursday, September 9th.

If you have any questions, please contact the College Panhellenic Council at: cpc@lamar.edu

Membership Recruitment Acceptance Binding Agreement (MRABA) 

The National Panhellenic Conference wants every potential new member to be informed about her options for joining a sorority. A PNM should only sign the MRABA when she fully understands the contract she is signing. She should have the opportunity to have all her questions answered. Signing this document is her acknowledgment that she understands the terms and conditions.  


PNM Code of Ethics

Please click the link below to read and review the PNM Code of Ethics and New Member Bill of Rights. You will need to complete a non-disclosure agreement before PNM Orientation. Should you have any questions, please contact CPC at: cpc@lamar.edu 

PNM Code of Ethics and Bill of Rights 

Fall 2021 Recruitment PNM Behavioral Contract

Helpful Videos About Recruitment

Finding Your Perfect Fit Sorority 

Vocab for Sorority Recruitment 

Sorority Recruitment Information Event