The Auburn University Panhellenic Council was recently selected to receive a National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Excellence Award.
This award is given to College Panhellenic Associations that exhibit excellence and achievement in their work to advance the sorority experience. Panhellenic associations are scored on seven criteria, including academics, communications, judicial procedures, community impact, Panhellenic structure, Panhellenic programming and recruitment. This prestigious recognition was awarded to only 26 college Panhellenic associations out of more than 670 U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities.
Lindsay Ollis, Panhellenic advisor for Greek Life, says it is an honor to receive this award.
“This award is highly selective and shows how hard our Panhellenic Council works to provide an exceptional experience for our women,” she says. “I am lucky to be the advisor for such an outstanding community, and we are excited to celebrate this award with our council.”
Haven Hart, assistant vice president for Student Development, commended Panhellenic for its hard work and dedication.
“This recognition demonstrates Auburn Panhellenic’s commitment to academic achievement, community outreach, programming and chapter support,” she says. “This is student leadership at its best, and the recognition is well-deserved.”