How will chapters recruit new members if students are engaging in remote instruction next term?
How will college Panhellenics conduct business and support chapters with differing needs?
These are just two of the many questions leaders of the fraternal industry are seeking to answer.
As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic first began to ripple across the country, leaders of Alpha Chi Omega began conversations with board members
Strategic Industry Support of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) and its member groups to encourage collaboration
and innovation as we seek to preserve the sorority experience during this unprecedented time.
Alpha Chi Omega is a leader within the industry in part due to our balanced approach to short-term problemsolving
while simultaneously thinking strategically about the future.
In early March as NPC began to identify and consider potential impacts of COVID-19 to our member groups and college Panhellenics,
Strategic Industry Support it established the Disruption to Panhellenic Operations Task Force.
At that time, several campuses were on or about to begin spring break, widespread positive cases had not yet been reported and the potential impacts to the economy were only beginning to come into focus.
The charge of the Disruption to Panhellenic Operations Task Force was to study
and make recommendations to the NPC board regarding college Panhellenic operations, possible policy changes and the potential impacts to recruitment.
As part of my service on this task force, I helped clarify policies and made suggestions to support the operational needs of college Panhellenics,
from eliminating discretionary spending and revising budgets
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