Letters of Recommendation
This page has been updated as of April 7, 2022.
Chapters would like Letters of Recommendation to be sent to chapters beginning on June 1. If you have already sent in letters of recommendation, don't worry! They will not be discarded.
Letters of Recommendation are simply letters of reference written by an alumna of a sorority to her sorority’s chapter at the University of Arkansas. It is appropriate and highly encouraged for you to obtain your own letters of recommendation. You can begin this process by informing friends, teachers, and relatives that you are participating in formal recruitment at the University of Arkansas. The alumna can either write a personal letter of reference or obtain a standard form from National Chapter Headquarters. Many local Alumnae Panhellenic Associations will also provide forms to women. The University of Arkansas Panhellenic Council does not provide these forms.
Letters of Recommendation must be sent directly to individual chapters as directed below. Any letters must be postmarked by August 1, 2022.
Alpha Chi Omega
Recommendations are not required by our chapter, but if you know an alumna who wishes to write you a recommendation, they may do so by following this link: https://www.alphachiomega.org/login.aspx/?returnurl=%2fresource-center%2frecommend-a-member%2frecommend-a-member%2f.
Alpha Delta Pi
The Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi encourages at least one recommendation; however, it is not required. Our recommendation process is entirely online. Letters of recommendation can be submitted through our national website: https://alphadeltapi.org. Please submit the forms as directed.
Alpha Omicron Pi
While MIFs and recommendation letters are not required by our chapter for eligibility of membership, they are a great way for our chapters to get to know PNMs prior to recruitment. Go to http://www.alphaomicronpi.org/membership-information-form if you wish to submit a recommendation.
Our chapter encourages one Recruitment Information Form (RIF) and two letters of recommendation. RIFs (Recruitment Introductions Forms) may be sent via mail to the address above or electronically through https://everyday.chiomega.com/Special-Pages/Sign-In?returnurl=%2fMyRecruits Letters of recommendation can additionally be sent to the address above. If you have any additional questions regarding RIFS or letters of recommendation, you may email XOPsiRecruitment@gmail.com.
They can also be mailed to:
940 W Maple Street
Fayetteville AR, 72701
Delta Delta Delta
While references are no longer required for membership, they do help to identify women who are interested in Tri Delta membership. Tri Delta members in good standing can use this form to introduce a potential new member after signing in to your My Tri Delta account. PNMs also interested in membership in Tri Delta can submit a referral form for themselves. More information and instructions can be found at https://www.tridelta.org/our-members/alumnae/references-and-referrals/.
P.O. Box 1827
Fayetteville, AR 72702 (This information was added 4/22/2022.)
Recommendations for the 2022-2023 academic year should be made using our online Recommendation Form. Members can log in to their member profile to complete the official Recommendation Form and submit information directly to the appropriate collegiate chapter.
Kappa Delta chapters do not require any of the optional recruitment forms for a woman to be considered for membership. Recruitment forms can serve as a helpful introduction to the chapter and provide additional information about a potential new member (PNM). Having an optional recommendation does not guarantee an invitation of membership. If you wish to fill out one of the recommendation forms, follow the instructions at the link below and submit online, or mail it to the provided address.
404 W. Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Attn: Recruitment Chair
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Gamma Nu Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma encourages at least 1 reference for the membership recruitment process, but it is not required. Any initiated member may write a reference for you. Undergraduates, however, may not write a recommendation for a potential new member at their own chapter. References are sent directly to the Vice President of Membership at the appropriate chapter through our online reference system. To access your reference system, visit www.kappa.org/references. PNMs can have as many written letters of support as they want, mailed to the address below.
Allison Primm - VP Membership
800 W Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Reference information for alumnae:
FAQ information for PNMs:
Beginning Fall 2021, Phi Mu will no longer ask Potential new Members to provide letters of recommendation. Please follow the link below for more information regarding this update. https://phimu.org/collegians/recommend-a-member/
Pi Beta Phi
Alumnae members or Alumnae Clubs may sponsor a PNM via the Recruitment Information Form (RIF), Pi Phi’s “recommendation” form. RIFs are not required by Pi Beta Phi and if a PNM does not receive a RIF from an alumna, she will be sponsored by Grand Council for the school year. For more information please visit: https://www.pibetaphi.org/recruitment.
Online RIF (preferred method): https://www.pibetaphi.org/rif
Printed RIFs may be mailed to:
Pi Beta Phi
ATTN: VP Recruitment
502 W. Maple
Fayetteville, AR 72701
(This information was updated 6/28/2022.)
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta Tau Alpha encourages our alumnae to recommend outstanding women for membership in ZTA by submitting voluntary references (Membership Information Sheets). MIS forms can be submitted electronically on the Sisters Only area of the Zeta Tau Alpha website (https://zetataualpha.org/). A login from a member in good standing is required. For more information or assistance logging in, email email@example.com
The following is a list of Panhellenic Associations around the nation that can also help assist you in writing letters of recommendations. Click on the link of the Panhellenic Association closest to you and contact them for more information: