Texas A&M University Panhellenic Recruitment dates are August 21st through August 29th, 2021
Registration for Recruitment is currently open until August 15th at 11:59 p.m. The link to the Texas A&M Panhellenic website is https://cpc.tamu.edu/registration/ for further information on Fall 2021 recruitment.
For Fall 2021 Formal Recruitment at Texas A&M University the recruitment process will be both in-person and virtual. Go Greek and Philanthropy rounds will be held virtually for all sororities and Sisterhood, Preference, and Bid Day will be held in person. For further details, you may visit the 2021 Recruitment Guide and PNM Orientation at Texas A&M Panhellenic linked below.
Additionally, Alpha Chi Omega is accepting Third-Party Recommendation Letters that can be emailed to our Recruitment Chair, Caroline Baldwin @email@example.com
Why Alpha Chi?
So the big question is why. Why Alpha Chi? There are so many wonderful sororities and each one is a perfect fit for someone.
At Alpha Chi, the words REAL. STRONG. WOMAN. is more than a motto. But beyond that are many more. For us words like friendly, outgoing, motivated, diverse, supportive, and the most common one is home. Alpha Chi Omega is home. A place where you can be yourself as you find yourself growing and learning in your college years. Alpha Chi Omega is a place where you can be encouraged to soar to new heights and reach your best potential.
Alpha Chi Omega is home.
A Letter From Our VP of Recruitment
I am so happy you have made the decision to go through recruitment. It is such a rewarding process that has allowed me to find my best friends, a home away from home, and the leadership skills I never knew I had in me.
If I could give a PNM (potential new member) advice just be yourself 110% of the time. After each day, write down your thoughts and first impressions. It will help you to remember from all the sea of faces what really stood out to you that day. It is a very different process so make sure to let down your guard and share what makes you YOU! You are nervous and we are nervous. Take a deep breath and smile. Hold on to the conversations that flow and make you feel like you’re talking to your best friend. That is how I knew I was an AXO!
With much love,
Caroline Baldwin '22