Panhellenic is excited to announce fall 2024 recruitment! Register by noon on Wednesday, August 28.

Register for recruitment


  • Orientation: August 28
  • DateBook 1: August 30 (virtual)
  • DateBook 2: August 31   
  • DateBook 3: September 1  
  • Preference Day: September 2  
  • Bid Day: September 3 

Dates for spring 2025 continuous open bidding will be announced during the fall 2024 semester. There are also some great member opportunities with our Associate Panhellenic Chapters: Phi Sigma Rho and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi. For more information on their recruitment process, contact

Letter from the Vice President of Recruitment

Emma Kapolnek 
Emma Kapolnek

Dear Potential New Members (PNMs),  

Congratulations on your decision to attend CU Boulder! Coming to Boulder is one of the first impactful decisions you will make as you venture into adulthood. You should be so proud of your achievements and the steps you have taken to get where you are. While it may be scary, I know I was scared at first, you can make something new of yourself and become the person you have always wanted to be. It may sound cliché, but I have met my best friends, developed as a person and learned so many new things in my years at CU. Coming to Boulder is, without a doubt, one of the best, most positively life-altering experiences that I have ever had. CU is a great place to explore your interests, learn new things about academics and yourself, and be equipped to take on the future and change the world.  

Joining a sorority is another big decision that we are so excited you are making! The decision to join a sorority will help make our 30,000-person campus a little smaller and more like home. The Panhellenic community at CU Boulder is a vibrant, diverse and impactful group of women committed to scholarship, leadership, service and sisterhood. As a member of one of our chapters, you will have the chance to forge lifelong friendships, develop as a leader, give back to the community and create lasting memories throughout your college experience. Participating in sorority recruitment is not just about finding a place to belong; it's about discovering your potential and connecting with a supportive network of women who will empower and uplift you. Our chapters foster personal growth, academic achievement and a strong sense of community. 

My most significant piece of advice to PNMs is to be yourselves. You're probably rolling your eyes at how cliché it sounds to trust the process and be yourself, but listen to it! Recruitment is a time to showcase who you truly are—all your quirks, values and personality traits. Chapters want to learn who you really are! There's no mold for a "sorority girl," no matter what you hear. There's no right or wrong chapter, just the best fit for you. Letters are just letters, do not make choices based on the letters on the house. Pay attention to the feeling you get when you're in the house and talking to the members. Do you feel at home? Don't worry, I'm confident that you'll find it. 

If you have any questions about Sorority Recruitment or the Panhellenic community, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Myself, the rest of the Panhellenic Executive Board and your Rho Gammas are here to support you every step of the way. Remember to enjoy the weekend, be authentic and seek the place that will best help you grow into the best version of yourself. I look forward to welcoming you into the Panhellenic community and witnessing the incredible journey that lies ahead for you.  

I am so excited to meet all of you, 

Emma Kapolnek 
Vice President of Recruitment 


Learn more about the recruitment process through the links below. If you are a current member, find resources on the Current Members page.

Panhellenic Council Current Members