2013 Panhellic Council
Top row left to right: Rebecca Paustian, Joanna Perry, Carly
Crump, Tracy Folkman , Shelby Brow, Carolin Hammersmark, Audrey Braun,
Bottom row left to right:
Callie Papoulas, Lauren Robertson, Lindsay White, Bri McMullen
What is Panhellenic Council
Panhellenic Council is the student
organization that governs all National Panhellenic
Conference-recognized fraternities. Annual Panhellenic activities
include formal and informal recruitment, Greek Week, various
community service events, Panhellenic Tea's, and attendance at
regional leadership conferences.
The University of Wyoming College Panhellenic Council has been focused on
advancing the sororities on campus scholastically, organizationally,
and philanthropically by instituting avenues by which positive
growth can occur. These channels, which include items like the Fraternity/Sorority Advancement Committee Action Plan, have been designed to better the chapters
concerned while maintaining their opportunity for
Herein, you will be able to find information, documents, and event
related announcements that will help you, and members of the
Sorority System at UW.
For more information, please contact the University of Wyoming Fraternity/Sorority Life Office at (307)766-6790 or visit the National Panhellenic Conference.
This We Believe
Fraternity is a social experience based on the fundamental right of a
free people to form voluntary associations. It is one of the
enrichments of college life.
The young woman who wants fraternity experience will find it possible
to belong on most campuses today. Fraternity membership is a social
experience arrived at by mutual choice and selection. Fraternity
membership is by invitation.
Fraternities Exist Because They:
* Provide a good democratic social experience.
* Give value beyond college years.
* Create, through their ideals, an ever-widening circle of service beyond the membership.
* Develop the individual's potential through leadership opportunities and group effort.
* Fill the need of belonging.
Fraternities Continue Because:
Young women feel a continuing need to belong. Parents appreciate
fraternity values and standards and cooperate to make membership
possible. College administrations, recognizing the values of
fraternities, continue to welcome them on their campuses and to invite
them to establish new chapters.