College Panhellenic Council (CPC)


The Georgia College Panhellenic Council is the governing body that oversees eight dynamic chapters.  As a council our goal is to promote cooperation, collaboration, unity, and pride.  This goal allows our council to demonstrate our leadership, through community service, and educational awareness programs. Our council prides themselves on supporting all the women in our community.

Our Panhellenic Sororities at Georgia College are: 


2021 Panhellenic Council  
President  Linley Brooks
VP Recruitment  Emma Kraby 
VP Recruitment Counselors Emma Yauger 
VP Administration  Wendy Cravey 
VP Finance  Julia Grace Fields 
VP Sorority Leadership Community  Abby Howell 
Pan Exec


Georgia College Panhellenic

Georgia College Panhellenic


GC Pan Important Info

** Please scroll down and click on the Recruitment Guide tab to view the PNM Recruitment Guide for 2021


WELCOME to Georgia College! On behalf of the Panhellenic community, we are so excited to have you! 

Going into my last few semesters at GCSU, I reflect on how impactful my time here has been. Coming from a small town, I did not know many people at Georgia College, and really wanted to be involved in something bigger than myself. I was looking for exceptional friendships I had never experienced and a group of women I would be proud to call my sisters. Panhellenic has gifted me that and so much more!

The Panhellenic community here is definitely something special. “Pan Love” is a phrase that we use to show the support and encouragement seen in our eight diverse chapters. While being unique in their own ways, the one common characteristic they share is the close-knit sisterhoods found in all of them. Our chapters strive to develop confidence and long-lasting friendships, empower members, and service through philanthropic ventures.

I am so grateful to be able to serve as the 2021 Panhellenic President. With all of the challenges and trials 2020 gave us, there are many changes we are still adapting to, especially with Panhellenic. It can be very difficult to adjust to all of the new ways of life, but I can’t help but think of the motivation and encouragement I have and will continue to receive from my Panhellenic sisters. As president, I hope to instill the values Panhellenic holds dear, while continuing to make an impact on and off campus. No matter your journey, I hope you find your home in our Panhellenic community.

With Pan Love,

Linley Brooks

2021 Panhellenic President

Panhellenic President

Circle of Sisterhood

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is a mechanism by which all sorority women can stand together across identity to make a difference in the lives of millions of girls and women around the world. Collectively, sorority women are one of the largest communities of college-educated women in the world while not even seven percent of the world’s population – men and women combined – has college degrees, and two thirds of all illiterate adults are women. Standing together as one community, we are creating sustainable change by removing barriers for girls and women to have an equal chance for rewarding lives and livelihoods through schooling, the learning of a trade, or even certifications or degrees.

Whether founded in the 1800s, 1900s or in the 2000s, sororities place a high priority on volunteering and community engagement. Together, sororities donate millions of domestic dollars every year to help eliminate life-shattering diseases, raise awareness for important health issues, as well as tackle local issues such as domestic-violence against women, illiteracy among youth, environmental stewardship, and aid to persons with disabilities and those aging. 

As the world is changing and boundaries are disintegrating, technology allows us to live in a global neighborhood. Today’s sorority women understand and appreciate others on a global scale, realizing they have the collective influence to make a difference for those experiencing marginalization and oppression both domestically and globally. As college educated women, we know the value of achieving an education, and we believe that every girl in the world deserves the opportunity to go to school.

Important Dates

2021 Formal Recruitment

  • June 1st - Recruitment Registration OPENS
    Register Here!
  • July 12th - Recruitment Registration CLOSES
    • Registration will close at 11:59pm
  • August 4th - Potential New Member (PNM) Move-In and Parent Orientation
  • August 5th - PNM Orientation and Sorority 101
  • August 6th-10th - Recruitment
  • August 11th - Bid Day
  • August 16th–First Day of Classes
Recruitment Guide

*Click on the 2021 guide to learn more about CPC Recruitment.

This recruitment guide will provide you with more intentional information about what to expect and how to prepare for recruitment.

PNM Recruitment Guide 2021



Recruitment Schedule

Recruitment 2021 Schedule

  • August 4th - PNM's Move-in to Residence Halls & Parent Orientation (location TBD)
  • August 5th - PNM Orientation & Sorority 101 Sessions
  • August 6th - 7th - Open House Rounds
    • PNM’s will visit all eight chapters and talk to sorority women of each chapter
  • August 8th - Philanthropy
    • PNM's will visit up to six chapters
  • August 9th - Sisterhood & Leadership
    • PNM's will visit up to four chapters
  • August 10th - Preference
    • PNM's will visit up to two chapters
  • August 11th - BID DAY
Recruitment Need-2-Know

The registration fee for 2021 is tentatively $350 if you live on campus, and $210 if you live off campus. The registration fee includes the early move in rate for the residence halls (for on campus students), breakfast and lunch for 6 days in the MAX, three t-shirts, recruitment technology, and program supplies. 

Sorority membership is a big commitment, it has the potential to positively impact your life for years to come.  We hope that you are serious about wanting to be a part of our Panhellenic community.  If you are, here are a few things you need to know:

  • Time Commitment- Like the best things in life, the more you put into your sorority experience, the more you will gain from it. Sorority life is a great place to learn time management as you will have the opportunity to participate in leadership roles, serve on committees, volunteer and, of course, make new friends. During your time as a new member, you will attend weekly new member education sessions. Some of the sorority chapters will also invite you to attend their weekly chapter meeting. Our sororities are also going to support your academic endeavors by offering study sessions and major-mentor groups. Georgia College and our Panhellenic Council require our Panhellenic sorority women to participate in a unique membership experience that houses second year sorority women in apartment style residences at The Village apartments. Women will be living alongside their sorority sisters, as they participate in a women's leadership development program.
  • Financial Obligation - The cost of membership is different for every group. Each organization sets their own budget that is voted on by chapter members. Some chapters’ budgets include all the year’s activities, some chapters’ budgets do not include all activities; instead, members pay only for the events and activities they attend. A range of the costs of common fees charged by sororities at Georgia College for the first year of membership averages between $1,000 - $1,750.
    • The 1styear is always the most expensive time.  Below is a list of potential fees.  Fees denoted with a (*) are considered one-time fees.
      • Inter/National Fees Sisterhood Events
      • Date/Social Events Philanthropy Events
      • Initiation Fee*
      • Badge Fee*
      • Parlor/Housing Corporation Fee Technology Fee
      • T-shirts
  • Sorority Living-Learning Community – Georgia College offers a unique living experience for Panhellenic sorority women.  Women who participate in formal recruitment, accepting a bid from one of our CPC sororities, participate in the Sorority Living-Learning Leadership Community.  Students move into the facility the beginning of their sophomore year, and participate in leadership development programs that focus on Women Empowerment.
Recruitment Recommendation Letter Submissions

A Recommendation Letter (also referred as a "rec" or "reference") are often submitted to chapters in support of a potential new member (PNM).  Please be advised that each sorority has a different policy on the submission of recommendation/reference information.

Recommendations can only be made by sorority alumna, and depending on the organization, a collegiate member of a chapter.  Each organization will have a different requirement for the submission of said reference/recommendation letters.