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URI Sorority

34 Lower College Rd | Kingston, RI 02881 | 401-874-4667 | uripanhel.recruitment@gmail.com | https://web.uri.edu/greek/


Welcome to
URI Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment! 

Thank you for considering Spring 2024 Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment at the University of Rhode Island!

What comes after registration?

Read up on our website about our chapters, community, & campus programs within Greek Life. This will help you prepare to ask questions during recruitment. Please take time to browse our Fall Recruitment Booklet, which contains information on our chapters, our community, & chapter dues!: https://www.canva.com/design/DAFituh7kK0/Kht4Zj9pzILYL3NW5vQ6pg/edit?utm_content=DAFituh7kK0&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link2&utm_source=sharebutton

Event dates:
Freek Day/Meet the Greeks: Tuesday, January 23rd from 6pm-8pm

Follow along on social media!

Instagram: @uripanhellenic & @uri_greeklife

Website: web.uri.edu/greek

Acknowledgement of sorority obligations & expectations:

Sorority membership comes with a number of obligations expected by the local chapter, national organization, housing corporation, the College Panhellenic Council, & the University of Rhode Island. The following list covers most of the expectations sorority members must uphold during their membership:

- Academic Expectations for Semester & Cumulative GPA - 

- Semester Membership Dues from $500-$1,200 per semester -

- Housing & Living in Requirements in Chapter Facilities - 

- Attendance Expectations at Chapter Events - 

- Behavior & Conduct Standards - 

- Community Service Hours & Fundraising for Philanthropic Charities & Causes -

Once I join, what is the new member program?

Sorority new member processes will begin after Bid Day for 6-8 weeks, wrapping up by Thanksgiving break. During this time, new members will learn about their organization's national history and leadership positions in the organization, all while attending chapter events. During these activities, you will learn about and experience sisterhood, philanthropy, risk management, health & wellness, and leadership, as well as attend URI's Greek 101 program in October. Hazing, alcohol, & drug abuse are not tolerated in ANY Greek new member processes or any programs at the University of Rhode Island per the URI Student Handbook and each of our 11 inter/national sororities. 

If you have questions or concerns about any of these topics or policies, please reach out to

URI Office of Greek Affairs 

34 Lower College Rd, Kingston, RI 02881

Dr. Steve Simo, Assistant Dean- Student Engagement




Reach out to us! 

Lucy Kaczmarski, Panhellenic VP of Recruitment: uripanhel.recruitment@gmail.com
Sammi Howlett, Recruitment Chair: uripanhel.recruitmentchair@gmail.com
Amanda Campbell, Member Development Chair: uripanhel.development@gmail.com

Parents or family members with questions?

Email our Assistant Director of Greek Affairs at alison_burke@uri.edu

With love,
The URI Panhellenic Council