Frequently Asked Questions
Formal recruitment takes place in the fall. There will be many information sessions, as well as informal meet and greets with Rho Gammas and the Panhellenic Council before formal recruitment. To register for recruitment, visit the Panhellenic Council website.
There is no Spring Recruitment for Sororities at Stetson University. However, many chapters will have the chance to participate in Continuous Open Biding, and may be able to offer a few select bids throughout the semester.
Open Houses may take place.
2. How many sororities are there at Stetson?
There are 5 National Panhellenic Conference sororities at Stetson: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Pi Beta Phi, and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Each sorority has a philanthropy week where there are various events to raise money for their specific philanthropy. Alpha Chi Omega supports Stop Domestic Violence, Alpha Xi Delta supports Autism Speaks, Delta Delta Delta supports the St. Jude Children's Hospital, Pi Beta Phi supports Literacy and First Book, and Zeta Tau Alpha supports Breast Cancer Awareness.
Rho Gammas are Greek women, who have disaffiliated themselves from their own sorority beginning on Accepted Preview Day until Bid Day. They have disaffiliated to give the women who are going through recruitment an unbiased look at Greek life throughout the recruitment process.
Each sorority at Stetson has different values, a different philanthropy, as well as a different reason for its founding. These facts are also what make the different chapters similar. Not every woman in each sorority is going to be an exact replica of the other members because everyone is unique.