College Panhellenic Academy

College Panhellenic Academy is an NPC program designed to equip College Panhellenic officers and advisors with the most up-to-date Panhellenic knowledge, helping to ensure the success of College Panhellenics throughout the U.S. and Canada. This day-and-a-half-long academy provides the opportunity for hands-on training with NPC representatives, allowing attendees to refocus their commitment to NPC values and in turn, shape their sorority communities.

How to Attend

Register now for the College Panhellenic Academy that will be held Jan. 12-13, 2018, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown.

  • This program has four College Panhellenic officer tracks: president, recruitment, judicial and secretary/treasurer.
  • A specific track will also be available for fraternity/sorority advisors to assist them in advising College Panhellenics.

Registration is first come, first serve and is $185/attendee.

Rooms can be booked at the hotel for $179 + tax per night online or by calling 877-640-7666 and requesting the National Panhellenic Conference block. If you have questions regarding registration or the hotel room block, please contact Nicole Cronenwett, director of special projects.

2018 Collegiate Officer Schedule

2018 Fraternity/Sorority Advisor Schedule

Pictures from the 2017 College Panhellenic Academy can be found online. Thanks to GreekYearbook for being our official academy photography company. GreekYearbook provides the best in sorority and fraternity composite, Bid Day and convention photography for thousands of sorority and fraternity members throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Regional conference academies

NPC, the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and three regional interfraternal leadership programs are continuing to partner together to bring council officer training to students in 2018. College Panhellenic Academy curriculum will be facilitated at three conferences — AFLV Central, NGLA and AFLV West.

  • The curriculum will take a deep dive into officer-specific training for eight tracks: president, recruitment, judicial, secretary/treasurer, communications/public relations, scholarship, diversity/inclusion and service/philanthropy.
  • Campuses interested in this program will sign-up to participate as part of the registration of the respective regional conference they will be attending.

Have questions regarding College Panhellenic Academy or a regional conference academy? Please contact Jenny Greyerbiehl, director of education and Panhellenic support.

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