Last Updated: Dec. 9, 2020
The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) is providing this resource page regarding the new coronavirus (COVID-19) for Panhellenics.
NOTE: NPC staff members are working remotely and are responding to emails and phone calls during normal business hours (M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern).
NPC Communications: College Panhellenics
NPC Communications: Alumnae Panhellenics
Informational Email to Alumnae Panhellenics (March 12, 2020)
Supporting Alumnae Panhellenics During the COVID-19 Crisis (April 8, 2020)
April Alumnae Panhellenic Newsletter (Includes COVID-19 Updates) (April 29, 2020)
May Alumnae Panhellenic Newsletter (Includes COVID-19 Updates) (May 29, 2020)
Recruitment Contingencies – Alumnae Panhellenic Update (June 4, 2020)
NPC Task Forces Regarding Panhellenic Operations
The NPC Board of Directors appointed a Disruption to Panhellenic Operations Task Force to study and make recommendations by March 31 regarding College Panhellenic operations, particularly if campus disruptions continue into the fall. NPC continues to act on the recommendations in the report.
The board also appointed the Recruitment Contingencies Task Force to develop a road map for College Panhellenics to follow as they prepare for the fall 2020 academic term and Panhellenic recruitment. The various alternative recruitment models put forth by the task force have assisted our communities to engage potential new members in the sorority experience, regardless of the environment on campus. From May through mid-August, College Panhellenics received regular communications from the task force. NPC also continued to share additional guidance about virtual recruitment and operations during August and September. All of those messages and related resources, which are also applicable to campuses with spring recruitments, can be found on the COVID-19 Resources for College Panhellenics page.
Other NPC Communications Related to COVID-19
Note: NPC has provided information to its member organizations regarding the CARES Act (federal stimulus package). This information should not be construed as legal or financial guidance. Individual organizations and businesses should seek guidance from their own independent counselors.
CARES Act Follow-Up: Small Business Loan Program Information (March 31, 2020)