About the NPC Student Advisory Committee

The National Panhellenic Conference Student Advisory Committee (NPC SAC) helps NPC ensure the collegiate sorority women’s perspective is included in all advocacy efforts. The SAC helps support the work of NPC to advance the sorority experience by providing suggestions to NPC leadership and professional staff on existing College Panhellenic campaigns and programs as well as ideas for new initiatives.

NPC SAC members:

  • Serve for one academic year (August to June).
  • Participate in an introductory onboarding session.
  • Participate (with NPC leadership and staff) in conference calls every other month with pre-determined agenda topics.
  • Provide feedback on NPC programming and initiatives when requested.
  • Participate in public relations and marketing efforts as appropriate.
  • Participate in NPC’s advocacy efforts (e.g., Capitol Hill visits, other meetings), if requested.

Value of Participation

NPC SAC members interact with NPC leadership and professional staff regarding NPC’s goals, objectives and strategies for being the premier advocacy and support organization for the advancement of the sorority experience. Members also have the unique opportunity to be among the first to know about exciting opportunities and challenges, program developments, partnerships and events of NPC.

By serving on the NPC SAC, members provide valuable input to ensure the current and future experience for collegiate sorority women is one of value and relevance.

2021-22 Student Advisory Committee

NPC is now accepting applications for the 2021-22 Student Advisory Committee. NPC uses SmarterSelect for the application process, allowing you to save a draft of your application before submitting it. All applicants will be asked why they wish to serve on the committee and to share any strengths or qualifications for the position. You must also upload a resume and provide one letter of support.

Applicants must also:

  • Be members in good standing of their NPC member organization.
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

All applications and letters and support are due by 11:59 p.m. on April 14. The NPC Board of Directors will appoint the NPC SAC after applications have closed.

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