The Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the coordinating body of the fourteen National Panhellenic Conference sororities represented at Texas A&M University. The council is comprised of an ten member Executive Board, along with one delegate and one alternate delegate from each member group. CPC provides support and services to sororities as well as represents sorority life to the University and Bryan/College Station community.

Collegiate Panhellenic Council


Welcome from the President


Howdy! It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Texas A&M University Collegiate Panhellenic Council website. Through this site, you will find beneficial information regarding our officers, council, and upcoming events.

Our council is the coordinating body of 14 sororities. The Panhellenic Council consists of a nine member Executive Board, along with one delegate and one alternate delegate from each member group. Panhellenic provides support and services to sororities as well as represents sorority life to the University and Bryan/College Station community. 

The outstanding chapters at our university provide Texas A&M students opportunities to further develop themselves. Each organization encourages members to excel in their academics, build life-long friendships, make networking connections, and develop valuable leadership and soft skills. Each chapter offers a unique array of opportunities to their organization’s members.

Thank you for visiting our website today and showing your interest in the Aggie Greek Community. Please take some time to browse our website and learn more about what a sorority has to offer you. In the event that you have any further questions, please feel free to contact any of our Executive Board Members, or the Greek Life Staff.

Gig em’ & GO GREEK!

Sydney Minor
2016 CPC President 


Chapter Resources

Panhellenic Preview Day 2017

A little bit about preview day: 

The Collegiate Panhellenic Council of Texas A&M would like to welcome you to our Panhellenic Preview Day on February 12, 2017!

Women who attend Preview Day will get a first-hand look at each of our 14 chapters and gain insight about what to expect during Recruitment 2017. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet the Texas A&M Panhellenic Recruitment team, active sorority members and other women who are planning to participate in formal recruitment.

Panhellenic Preview Day begins with a “Welcome” presentation led by the Texas A&M Panhellenic Executive Council. The Council will discuss topics such as how to prepare for recruitment, what to expect during recruitment week, and basic information about sorority membership. Check in for the event begins at noon and orientation starts at 1:00. After orientation, potential new members will be split into groups and meet each chapter. During this time parents will attend an informational. 

Panhellenic Preview Day is open to high school seniors and current collegians interested in participating in Fall Formal Recruitment at Texas A&M University. Participation in Panhellenic Preview Day is optional and prospective members do not have to attend in order to participate in Formal Recruitment. However, if the prospective member is under 18 then they must be accommpanied by a family member



Texas A&M Panhellenic Master Calendar

Rho Gamma Applications

Dear recruitment counselor applicant,

We are so excited that you are interested in becoming a recruitment counselor! Recruitment counselors serve a vital role before, during, and after recruitment for potential new members (PNMs). They serve as leaders, mentors, and guides for the PNMs, helping them successfully move through a values-based recruitment process that allows them to explore their own personal and panhellenic values.

To be effective, recruitment counselors must be dependable, responsible, impartial, discreet, ethical and enthusiastic. They are the unbiased information resource for all PNMs who are going through formal recruitment.

All applicants must be:

  • Initiated undergraduate members of one of the campus’ recognized sororities.
  • In good standing with their chapter and inter/national organization.
  • Able to attend all training sessions.
  • Willing to fulfill all time requirements for training and service as a recruitment counselor.
  • Attend Panhellenic Preview Day, Sunday, February 12, 2017.
  • Willing to return to College Station by Sunday, August 13, 2017 for Recruitment Counselor Work Week which will go from Monday through Friday. There will not be any excused absences for Work Week, so please plan accordingly.

The following application will be our first impression of you. Along with your application, you will need to secure a sign of approval from your chapter president, which must be submitted with your application. You may ask your chapter president, a chapter officer, a chapter advisor or faculty advisor to complete a letter of recommendation on your behalf and place it in a sealed envelope with their signature over the seal as well.

Applications are due to the Greek Life Office, Koldus 224 on Friday, January 27, 2017 by 5:00 pm. Please turn in your application with the cover page in the front, then the answered questions, followed by the signed statement of understanding the Rho Gamma requirements, your chapter president’s verification of good standing, and finally an optional letter of recommendation that is in a sealed envelope. Applications should be paper clipped or stapled. We will contact you via email shortly thereafter concerning interviews. Please note that not all candidates will be offered interviews. Thank you for your interest in helping make the 2017 recruitment process a success!


Collegiate Panhellenic Council

Texas A&M University

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