Evaluating Panhellenic Recruitment
             Options:
  What’s best for YOUR campus?

        Shannon J. Greybar Millik...
WHAT is
not working?
In your dream world,
what would recruitment
      look like?
Overview of NPC Recruitment
          Options
Four Panhellenic Recruitment
               Styles
 Formal   Structured
 Partially Structured
 Minimally Structured
 C...
Formal Recruitment

 Central planning process
 Panhellenic controls marketing and publicity
 Panhellenic handles logist...
Partially Structured Recruitment

 All active women publicize recruitment
 Open House format
 Panhellenic handles logis...
Sample PSR Calendar
  Mon                 Tue      Wed            Thu                Fri      Sat        Sun

            ...
Minimally Structured Recruitment

 Events planned by chapters
 PNMs have no attendance requirement
 Panhellenic sets Bi...
Sample MSR Calendar
   Mon           Tue       Wed            Thu              Fri     Sat           Sun

                ...
Continuous Open Recruitment
                   (COR)
 Panhellenic does not set dates
 Spend less time and money
 Chapte...
PLEASE do not get
caught up in structure!
Strategies for Changing
    Recruitment on
     Your Campus
Key Questions

    Why do we sing and chant?
    Trust yourselves and each other = CONFIDENCE!
    Who do you recruit?
...
Creating Buy-In for Change


 Create stakeholders
 Know your desired outcome
 Explain why change is good
 Use evaluati...
Immediate Impact Ideas
    Decorations and Themes
       Theme IS the chapter
       Values Days
       Sample room fo...
Immediate Take Home Ideas

    Marketing
       Handbills
       Reduce silence & disaffiliation
       Scholarship

...
3 Keys to Success

1. CUSTOMIZE,                                     don’t
   duplicate
2. Collect feedback
3. The world i...
What is your
recruitment potential?
Contact Information

                    Shannon J. Greybar Milliken
                        DePaul University
           ...
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Evaluating Panhellenic Recruitment Options

  1. 1. Evaluating Panhellenic Recruitment Options: What’s best for YOUR campus? Shannon J. Greybar Milliken DePaul University AFLV-Central 2010
  2. 2. WHAT is not working?
  3. 3. In your dream world, what would recruitment look like?
  4. 4. Overview of NPC Recruitment Options
  5. 5. Four Panhellenic Recruitment Styles  Formal Structured  Partially Structured  Minimally Structured  Continuous Open Recruitment AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 5
  6. 6. Formal Recruitment  Central planning process  Panhellenic controls marketing and publicity  Panhellenic handles logistics  Structured rounds Successful if:  Values-based themes are used  Quota/Total and Release figures are used  COB is open to those who do not reach total AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 6
  7. 7. Partially Structured Recruitment  All active women publicize recruitment  Open House format  Panhellenic handles logistics  Chapters 3-9, Quota 15-20 Successful if… - Relaxed “Silence Rules” - Calendar fits your campus’ needs AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 7
  8. 8. Sample PSR Calendar Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Kickoff ½ chapters ½ chapters Phil. Day have open have open house house Every Meet Rho chapter Gamma GROUP 1 GROUP 2 has an event ½ chapters ½ chapters All have open have open chapters 1st house house invite only Preference Bid Day GROUP 1 GROUP 2 round Meet with All Panhel Reg. Rho Event Closed Gamma 2nd 1st Release Release AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 8
  9. 9. Minimally Structured Recruitment  Events planned by chapters  PNMs have no attendance requirement  Panhellenic sets Bid date  Chapters recruit to total  Chapters 2-5, Quota 10-12 Successful if:  Panhellenic helps to market and promote  Panhellenic reviews calendar and looks for overlap AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 9
  10. 10. Sample MSR Calendar Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Chapter A Chapter B Chapter C open open open house house house Chapter A Chapter B Chapter C Chapters A open open open and B house house house have open Preference Bid Day house 1:00 p.m. One chapter an hour AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 10
  11. 11. Continuous Open Recruitment (COR)  Panhellenic does not set dates  Spend less time and money  Chapters pledge to total  Chapters 1-3, Quota 2-9  Successful if:  Focus on recruitment  One-on-one recruiting  Develop relationships AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 11
  12. 12. PLEASE do not get caught up in structure!
  13. 13. Strategies for Changing Recruitment on Your Campus
  14. 14. Key Questions  Why do we sing and chant?  Trust yourselves and each other = CONFIDENCE!  Who do you recruit?  Why do you recruit?  Why do we need $ to recruit?  Is silence helping us?  Ritual vs. Recruitment  Festive, not Frilly AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 14
  15. 15. Creating Buy-In for Change  Create stakeholders  Know your desired outcome  Explain why change is good  Use evaluations and statistics  Calculated risk AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 15
  16. 16. Immediate Impact Ideas  Decorations and Themes  Theme IS the chapter  Values Days  Sample room for décor barometer  Limited set up/tear down  Finances  Budget decrease placed in rules  Panhellenic pays for food  Incentives for Recruitment Guides AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 16
  17. 17. Immediate Take Home Ideas  Marketing  Handbills  Reduce silence & disaffiliation  Scholarship  We need PNMs more than they need us!  Calculated risk – unusual to get less AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 17
  18. 18. 3 Keys to Success 1. CUSTOMIZE, don’t duplicate 2. Collect feedback 3. The world is your oyster! AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 18
  19. 19. What is your recruitment potential?
  20. 20. Contact Information Shannon J. Greybar Milliken DePaul University sgreybar@depaul.edu Ongoing Assistance Opportunities: Campus Consultation Advance Panhellenic! Workshop through CAMPUSPEAK AFLV-Central 2010 Property of S. J. Greybar Milliken 20

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