Sorority Life at Troy University

The 2018 Panhellenic Council Officers

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Left to Right:(top) Abi Holland, Tessie Yates, Hayden Nichols, Emily Fisher, (bottom) Ashley Rushton, Cassidy Gill, Jamie McGee


National Panhellenic Conference Groups (NPC Groups)

The National Panhellenic Conference, founded in 1902, is the umbrella organization for twenty-six international women’s fraternities and sororities. Each member group is autonomous as a social, Greek-letter society of college women and alumnae. Members are represented on over 620 college and university campuses in the United States and Canada and in over 5,300 alumnae associations, making up over three million sorority women in the world.

The Panhellenic Council groups take in new members once a year. They hold sorority recruitment before the school begins in August. The projected dates of sorority recruitment are August 6, 2018 through August 11, 2018. Finalized dates will be posted by March 15, 2018 on the website. Entering freshmen and upperclassmen are allowed to go through sorority recruitment. You must have a minimum GPA of a 2.2 either from high school or another college to join a NPC group. On-line registration begins on May 1, 2018 and ends on July 27, 2018. Be sure to check out our Sorority On-Line Recruitment Guide for details concerning recruitment.

NPC Sororities:

Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Omicron Pi
Chi Omega
Kappa Delta
Phi Mu

The Panhellenic Creed

We, the undergraduate members of women’s fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities.

We, as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.

The 2018 Panhellenic Council

Cassidy Gill

Cassidy Gill

Panhellenic President

Hi, my name is Cassidy Gill. I am honored with the privilege of serving the Panhellenic Council as President. I am a senior from Sylacauga, Alabama, majoring in Financial Economics. As Panhellenic President, I work closely with chapter presidents, campus officials, and other campus organizations to better Panhellenic life. I encourage and lead Panhellenic Council to reach new heights and seek improvement at Troy University. The Greek community holds a special place in my heart, and I am excited to serve Panhellenic Council and Troy University for a second year. Go Trojans!

 

Ashley Rushton

Ashley Rushton

Vice President of Recruitment

My name is Ashley Rushton, and I am the 2018 Vice President of Recruitment. I am a sophomore from Birmingham, Alabama, and I am majoring in Political Science with a minor in Legal Studies. As VP of Recruitment, I work very closely with Recruitment Chairs and Panhellenic Council to oversee all things recruitment. Going through recruitment has been one of the best decisions I have made so far at Troy. I did not know that many people when coming to Troy, but through my sorority, I have met some of the most amazing women. They are my biggest supporters, my helping hands, my shoulders to cry on, and my sources of laughter. Even if you are not totally sure that going through recruitment is for you, I highly encourage you to give it a chance. I am so excited for this opportunity, and I cannot wait to help young women find their home away from home!

 

Tessie Yates

Tessie Yates

Vice President of Admin/Finance

My name is Tessie Yates, and I am the Panhellenic Vice President of Administration and Finance. I am in charge of any money transactions for Panhellenic, and I record the minutes during meetings each week. I work closely with each member of the council to ensure that Panhellenic stays in good financial standing and that each member is in the know at all times. I am so excited to be able to serve Panhellenic Council and Troy University this year! Go Trojans!

 

Jamie McGee

Jamie McGee

Vice President of Membership Development

My name is Jamie McGee and I serve as the Vice President Membership Development chair. I am a freshman from Madison, Mississippi and I am double majoring in Psychology and Criminal Justice. My job as Membership Development involves working closely with scholarships, programming, and serving as the judicial chair. I’m looking forward to the great year ahead!

 

Abi Holland

Abi Holland

Vice President of Public Relations

My name is Abi Holland and I am the Panhellenic Public Relations Chair for the upcoming year! I am a junior from Dothan, Alabama majoring in Psychology. As Public Relations Chair, I will work closely with the other officers and each chapter to handle social media, design, and promotion of Panhellenic. I am excited to have the chance of sharing all the great and fun things our sororities are involved in throughout the year! I look forward to serving Panhellenic and Troy University this year and I am excited to see what the future holds for Panhellenic and the Greek community. Go Trojans!

 

Emily Fisher

Emily Fisher

Vice President of Service/Greek Affairs

Hi, my name is Emily Fisher and I have the wonderful opportunity to serve as the Panhellenic officer of Community Service and Greek Affairs. I am a sophomore from Birmingham, Alabama and I am a nursing major. My job as Community Service and Greek Affairs chair is to work closely with sororities and fraternities to keep up with the Greek calendar and to keep everyone updated on upcoming events, as well as organizing various Panhellenic community service events. I am really excited to serve Panhellenic and Troy University, as well as our community. Go Trojans!

 

Hayden Nichols

Hayden Nichols

Head Pi Chi

My name is Hayden Nichols and I am the head Pi Chi this year. I am from Prattville, Alabama and I am a junior majoring in Elementary Education. A Pi Chi is a woman in the Greek community who will disaffiliate from her sorority during the week of recruitment. Each Pi Chi will be paired with another and given a group of girls to mentor through the week. As head Pi Chi, I will guide and train the Pi Chi’s in being able to handle all situations that could happen with their groups. My goal is to make sure each girl going through recruitment feels comfortable and relaxed. I am very excited for this opportunity and look forward to serving the Panhellenic community! Go Trojans!

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