Panhellenic Association

What to Wear

When you are thinking about what to wear for recruitment, the most important thing to remember is to dress comfortably. It tends to get warm in the rooms with 100+ women so be sure to keep that in mind!  You will not have to buy new clothes for recruitment and you probably have everything you need already in your closet! Below is a guide that will provide you with tips on what to wear for each round. But most of all, just remember to be yourself!

 

Round One: Informational

This day is the most relaxed, so have fun! A nice pair of jeans, shorts, or capris is recommended. You will be provided with a Sisterhood is Powerful recruitment t-shirt at Recruitment Orientation, Thursday night. Wear comfortable shoes and remember that it will get warm in the recruitment rooms.

 

Round Two:  Philanthropy

 Today's attire is very  similar to round one,  except you provide  your own top. This  round is still very  relaxed, so a nice pair  of jeans, shorts, or  capri is recommended. You will be participating is activities and learning about each chapter's philanthropic purpose. Some organizations choose to do crafts or projects this round, so dress comfortably.

 

Round Three: House Tours
 
 
You will now get the chance to visit the women in their own homes. This round's dress is slightly dressier, snappy casual if you will, but make sure to dress comfortably. A pair of khaki or black pants, nice jeans, capris, a skirt, or a sundress is appropriate.

 

Round Four: Preference

This is a very special time for you and the chapter(s) you visit. The dress for this round is the most formal of the week. Business casual, such as a cocktail or semi-formal dress or skirt, is appropriate.

 

Bid Night!

The craziness of sorority recruitment comes to an exciting end on Bid Night! Tonight you will be given your chapter's bid day shirt and will head back to the house to relax and celebrate with your sisters! Be sure to dress casual and comfortable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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