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Recruitment Information

Values-based recruitment, which is practiced by all National Panhellenic Conference organizations, focuses on meaningful conversations between collegiate members and Potential New Members with the goal of recruiting women who will have a positive impact on chapters and the Panhellenic community. When a chapter uses Pi Phi's six core values as the foundation on which they recruit their members, a focus is placed on conversation and creating a sincere connection with each woman that walks through the door.

What Pi Beta Phi stands for is not a secret! Our values are included in our mission statement, our tagline and throughout our Ritual. Examples of Pi Phis living our values in their daily life can be found all over our social media, The Arrow® and throughout each chapter.

Are you an alumna interested in recommending a Potential New Member for membership in this chapter? Please visit www.pibetaphi.org/recruitment to find the Recruitment Information Form, the Legacy Introduction Form and Pi Beta Phi's national legacy policy.

Are you a Potential New Member looking for a recommendation for membership for this chapter? Please email recruitment@pibetaphi.org to be connected with an alumna in your area!


Recruitment Schedule
Thursday, September 10th - Saturday, September 12, 2020

Bid Day
Sunday, September 13th, 2020



A Letter From Our Vice President of Membership

As I am entering my junior year at UCCS, I look back at how different my life would be if I had never found my home and sisters with Pi Beta Phi 1 1/2 years ago. I had transferred schools mid year, I knew no one, and I was someone who never thought I would take part in Greek life. However, I have been proven very wrong. I decided to go through recruitment and can honestly say I would encourage every single girl to do the same. Without Pi Phi I would not have gained the confidence to talk to so many girls I had never met before. Without Pi Phi, I would not be able to find the opportunity to make a difference in my community and take on leadership roles  alongside girls who challenge and push me to be my best version of me, every single day. Most importantly, I have been able to maintain strong bonds with friends from my hometown, that are also a involved in Pi Beta Phi, and create new bonds out in public when I see someone wearing a Pi Phi shirt. I am able to connect and network with so many women that have been in Pi Phi before me, while I am in college, and mentor with those after me, in a way that makes our founders proud while living through our values. Lastly, I would not have the sisters that support me, cheer me on, and guide me through my education and various goals I have chosen to pursue. 


Our chapter, Colorado Epsilon, is a smaller chapter and we pride ourselves on being a hard-working supportive and studious group of women. I encourage you to go through recruitment, whether you have wanted to your whole life or not, and enter with an open and positive mind, knowing that I, and all my other sisters are here fir you if you have any questions or concerns. This experience might just change your life for the better, like it did mine.

Kendall Knott

Vice President of Member Experience
vpmecoepsilon@gmail.com

Please send any letters of recommendation or legacy info to the email above!