Panhellenic Awards & Recognition
Panhellenic Council Recognized by National Panhellenic Conference
The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is one of the largest women’s advocacy organizations and represents the 26 national and international sororities.
Each year, the NPC recognizes College Panhellenics across the nation for their success upholding the values and ideals of NPC in the areas of recruitment, Panhellenic structure, communication with the assigned NPC area advisor, judicial procedures, Panhellenic programming, academics, and Panhellenic community impact and community relations. In 2015, the University of Akron’s Panhellenic Council was recognized with College Panhellenic Achievement Award. The University of Akron’s PHC was one of 43 groups to be recognized with this honor, out of the total 672 councils nationwide.
For more information on the NPC please visit http://www.npcwomen.org
Panhellenic Council Recognized by AFLV
The Panhellenic Council was recognized at the Association of Fraternal and Leadership Values in February 2016 for our successes during the 2015 academic year. The PHC was awarded excellence in seven of the eight award categories for Division I (4-6 member chapters). The seven award categories that PHC received excellence in include: Council Management, Academic Achievement, Leadership and Educational Development, Membership Recruitment, Public Relations, Risk Reduction and Management, and Self-Governance and Judicial Affairs. For the first time, is a first in University of Akron history, Panhellenic Council also won their division, receiving the Sutherland Award. The Sutherland Award recognizes the most outstanding Panhellenic Council that is currently operating and governing within Division I. Councils can submit an awards and assessment application to AFLV to receive recognition within their designated division, and an assessment report that shows how their achievement compares to other institutions in their division.
In previous year’s Panhellenic has received Excellence in the following areas:
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For more information on the AFLV Central conference please visit http://www.aflv.org