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Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Reaching your Panhellenic Potential

How to be a Successful Panhellenic President


Npc who are we

NPC- Who are we?

NPC is a collaborative organization for women’s fraternities and sororities and brings the following value to all member groups:

Provides a forum for exchange of ideas

Creates mutual support and cooperation between groups

Fosters interfraternal relationships

Helps college chapters maintain highest scholastic and social standards


Tip 1 be familiar with the people who can support you

Tip 1: Be familiar with the People who can support you

Panhellenic Advisor

NPC Area Advisor

The NPC office staff


Tip 2 be familiar with the manual of information

Tip 2: Be familiar with the Manual of Information

Things you can find in the MOI

Unanimous Agreements

Policies and best practices

Information on running your Panhellenic

Recruitment Information

Judicial Procedures


Tip 3 be familiar with the npc unanimous agreements

Tip 3: Be familiar with the NPC Unanimous Agreements

What are they?

What are some examples of UAs?


Tip 4 be familiar with your bylaws

Tip 4: Be familiar with your bylaws

Are yours up to date?

NPC Bylaws Template

Each chapter has only one vote


Tip 5 know the judicial process

Tip 5: Know the Judicial Process

The Highlights


Tip 6 know the difference between a panhellenic council and a greek council

Tip 6: Know the difference between a Panhellenic Council and a Greek Council

Why Panhellenic Councils are best


Tip 7 communication

Tip 7: Communication

With your Panhellenic Advisor

With your Executive Board

With your Area Advisor

With the NPC office

Delegates consulting with advisors before voting


Tip 8 ethical leadership

Tip 8: Ethical Leadership

Model the Way

Ethical Decision Making

Panhellenic President represents the organization

Challenge status quo when necessary


Tip 9 reporting

Tip 9: Reporting

Reports

CPH Annual Report – April 15

Academic Achievement Report – as soon as grades are available for Fall and Spring

Judicial Procedures Forms – within 30 days

Officer Update Form


Tip 10 use your resources

Tip 10: Use your Resources

Handbooks for College Panhellenic officers

Quarterly electronic newsletter with links to important resources

Free programs available at npcwomen.org

Regular mailings from the area advisor


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 11: NPC Web site Resources

  • Secure log in

  • Submit reports

  • Pay dues

  • Receive member pricing in the NPC store

  • Gain access to the Manual of Information

  • Contact the NPC office or your area advisor with username and password questions


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 11: NPC Web site Resources

  • NPC Documents

    • Manual of Information

    • Academic Excellence Resource

    • Resolutions

    • Unanimous Agreements

  • Ability to update information online

  • Ability to pay dues online


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 11: NPC Web site Resources

  • Free Programs

    • Something to Talk about: Confrontation

    • Focus on Self Esteem

    • Envisioning the Future: Building a Cohesive Panhellenic Community

  • Programs for Hire

    • Consulting Team Visits

    • Something of Value

    • Advance Panhellenic!

    • Coalition Assessment Visits


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 12: Follow NPC Social Media

  • Facebook – facebook.com/npcwomen

    • News releases

    • Chairman’s messages

    • Important news articles and stories

    • Announcements

    • Events

  • Twitter – twitter.com/npcwomen

    • Announcements

    • Web site tips

    • Recruitment results

  • LinkedIn


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 13: Use Your Recruitment Resources

  • Release Figure Management specialists & team

    • Currently serving over 400 campuses

    • Gather and report statistical info to various groups

    • Updating and improving software

    • Providing campuses with continuous support

  • Commitment to providing resources to bring in more potential new members


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 14: Use NPC Marketing Initiatives

  • www.thesororitylife.com

    • Define the sorority experience

    • Give basic information on sorority life

    • Provide monthly newsletters on different areas of sorority life

  • www.sororityparents.com

    • Share real parents’ experiences with their daughter’s sorority life

    • NPC answers questions about sorority life


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Tip 14: Use NPC Marketing Initiatives

  • Share the sites

    • Post links on your College Panhellenic Web site

    • Post links on your College Panhellenic Facebook page

    • Provide links to parents and PNMs

    • Add a banner to your e-mail signature

  • Use provided materials

    • Poster and postcard available for you to personalize

    • Buttons for sale

    • Brochures for sale

    • Pens for sale

    • Facebook flair for all three buttons


Tip 15 take care of yourself

Tip 15: Take care of yourself

You will only be effective if you are healthy and well.


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

2013 Reminders

  • 2012 Annual Report on www.npcwomen.org

  • CPH Annual Reports are due on April 15

  • Academic Achievement Report – as soon as grades are available for Fall and Spring

  • College Panhellenic Award Submissions due by June 1

    • Look on the NPC website and in newsletters for more information!

  • Judicial Procedures Forms – within 30 days


Reaching your panhellenic potential how to be a successful panhellenic president

Contact Us

  • NPC office

    • (317) 872-3185

    • Nicki Meneley, Executive Director [email protected]

  • Caitlin Moulton, Panhellenic Support [email protected]

  • Emily Ruch, Business Operations [email protected]

  • Jules Schenk, Communications & Programs [email protected]

  • NPC area advisors

    • https://www.npcwomen.org/college-panhellenics/advisors.aspx

  • NPC Executive Committee

    • Jane H. Sutton, Chairman [email protected]

    • Jean Mrasek, Vice Chairman [email protected]

    • Donna King, Budget & Finance [email protected]

    • Mary Jane Beach, Advocacy [email protected]

    • Julie Johnson, College Panhellenics [email protected]


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