There is a supplemental items list where you may submit Letters of Recommendation (not required).
What is a Letter of Recommendation? A Letter of Recommendation, commonly referred to as a ‘Rec Letter,’ is a form filled out by an alumna of a sorority on behalf of a PNM. The recommendation letter generally speaks about your character and verifies accomplishments, grades, and activities you are involved in. The alumna should refer to the national website of her affiliation (her Chapter’s National Headquarters) for more information on these forms as they vary from sorority to sorority. It is not the PNMs responsibility to provide her own letters. However, each woman going through recruitment is encouraged to have a letter of recommendation for each chapter, but they are by no means necessary.
So, don’t stress if you do not know anyone who can write you a letter of recommendation! It is ultimately the responsibility of the sorority to obtain a letter of recommendation for you. You will not know if a chapter receives your letter of recommendation, you must trust the alumna who you have asked to write your letter of recommendation. If you know an alumna has agreed to send a Letter, we encourage you to send her a thank you note promptly, it may help remind her to complete the Letter.
All Letters may be emailed directly to the chapter:
What if I don’t know anyone who could write me a Letter of Recommendation? We encourage you to consider family, friends, parent’s work colleagues, or other people within your life that you may not be aware they are a sorority woman. In exhausting the first option, another avenue is reaching out to local Alumnae Panhellenic Associations which represent all 26 (inter)national sororities within the National Panhellenic Conference.
Here is a list of our most popular Alumnae Panhellenic groups:
You can also search on the NPC website to find an Alumnae Panhellenic Association in your area by visiting https://www.npcwomen.org/.