Life on Campus

2020 CPC Officers 

Welcome to Tech!

As the President of the College Panhellenic Council, I speak on behalf of the entire council when I say, “Welcome to the Tech family!”  Coming to Tech will prove to be one of the best decisions you will ever make.  Now it’s time to make another great decision, the decision to join sorority life!  As you learn more about Tech, you will soon discover that sorority women stand out on this campus.  We are involved in campus organizations, we cheer on the Bulldogs at sporting events, and we repeatedly fill the President’s List with our high scholastic achievements.  Sorority life encourages you to make the most of your college experience and helps you make that possible.  Joining one of our five sisterhoods will offer you endless benefits, not only throughout your college years, but also for the many years to follow. 

Greek life comes with great pride.  Our women value scholarship, community service, campus involvement, and social activities.  Greek women are held to a high academic standard.  Our sorority women consistently achieve a GPA above the all-women’s grade point average.  Community service is another valued area of Greek life.  All of our women raise money and volunteer their time for charitable causes.  Our chapters combined have raised over $75,000 for various philanthropies this year.  Greek women are involved on campus in other organizations such as Student Government association, Union Board, Student Recruiter, Student Advancement Team and many more.  The social aspect of sorority life is another great benefit.  Each house hosts formals, theme parties and enjoyable sisterhood events. 

Panhellenic is looking forward to an exciting year filled with many events.  Some of the events include Greek Week, attending Tech athletics, Fall Primary Recruitment, philanthropy events and tons of community involvement!  Joining a sorority will be the best decision you will make during your college career.  

There are various methods that you can use to obtain more information about Louisiana Tech Panhellenic Council.  These include: “liking” us on Facebook, following us on Instagram, adding us on Snap Chat, following our blog, looking at pictures for recruitment clothes on our Pinterest account, emailing us at panhellenic@latech.edu, calling our Advisor at 318.533.4660, or coming by Hale Hall 102.  We can’t wait for you to become a part of our Greek Bulldog Family! 

Go Dogs! Go Greek!

Lyka
2020 College Panhellenic Council President

CPC Officers

Lyka is currently serving as President of the Panhellenic Council. A Biology major from West Monroe, she is excited to meet new people and have a hand in making Louisiana Tech Panhellenic the best it has ever been. As President, Lyka will preside over all Panhellenic meetings, communicate with our Panhellenic advisor, and serve as an ex-officio member of all Panhellenic Association committees, excluding the judicial board.

Rebekah is serving as the Vice President of the Panhellenic Council. She is a Biology major from Thibodaux. As Vice President, her duties include serving as the advisor to the Junior Panhellenic, encouraging positive risk management, serving as the Judicial Chair and stepping in as President when needed.

Taylor is serving her second year on Panhellenic, this year as Vice President of Recruitment. She is a Finance major from Monroe. As Vice President of Recruitment, Taylor is responsible for the overall planning and operations of Primary Recruitment, including spring meetings to determine dates, fees, rules, schedules, and alumnae assistance.

Jayden will be serving alongside Cross as the Assistant Vice President of Recruitment. Berthelot is currently studying Speech Pathology and is from Ponchatoula. As Assistant Vice President of Recruitment, Jayden will oversee housing and food for Recruitment, plan and implement an upper-classman Recruitment outreach event, and prepare Recruitment evaluations.

Haley is our Vice President of Administrative Affairs. She is a Secondary Education major from Bossier City. As Vice President of Administrative Affairs, her duties include recording minutes of all meetings of the Louisiana Tech Panhellenic Council, recording retention, house total, and other important data, and keeping an accurate roll of all members of the Panhellenic Council.

Ellie is currently the Director of Finance. She is from Haughton and studying Finance. As Director of Finance, Ellie supervises the finances of the Panhellenic Council, prepares an annual budget, and receives all payments due to the Panhellenic Association.

Ka’lee is honored to serve Panhellenic as Director of Scholarship. She is from Choudrant and is majoring in Nutrition and Dietetics. As Director of Scholarship, she will administer the Panhellenic Scholarship award, promote an Academic Excellence Program, and meet regularly with chapter scholarship chairs to offer any guidance or assistance they may need.

Haylea is serving as Director of Programming this year. She is a Kinesiology major from Charleston, South Carolina. As Director of Programming, Haylea’s duties include maintaining a current calendar of all major chapter and campus events, chairing the Greek Week committee, and implementing Women’s Week events during Fall Quarter.

Mackenzie is serving as the current Director of Philanthropy. She is a Elementary Education major from Monroe. As Vice President of Philanthropy, Mackenzie is responsible for managing the adopted philanthropy of the CPC, coordinating with chapter philanthropy chairs, and chairing the philanthropy committee.

Jordan is honored to serve as Director of Public Relations. She is a Marketing major from Dallas, Texas. As Director of Public Relations, Jordan is responsible for all of the social media pages for the College Panhellenic Council, managing the Panhellenic website, and creating all digital and print marketing for Panhellenic.

Sadie is honored to serve as one of the Gamma Chi Directors this year. She is a Biology major from West Monroe. As Co-Gamma Chi director, Sadie oversees the selection and training of Gamma Chis and serve as a liaison between Gamma Chis and the council during recruitment.

Madeline is serving as a Gamma Chi Director this year. She is a Psychology major from Lake Charles. As Co-Gamma Chi director, Madeline oversees the selection and training of Gamma Chis and serve as a liaison between Gamma Chis and the council during recruitment.

Chapter Delegates

Peighton is currently Alpha Chi Omega’s Panhellenic Delegate. She is majoring in Kinesiology and is from Shreveport. As Panhellenic Delegate, Peighton serves as a bridge between the Panhellenic Council and Alpha Chi Omega, making sure that her chapter is up to date with everything going on in the Panhellenic Community, both throughout the year and during recruitment.

Natalie will be serving as Delta Delta Delta’s Panhellenic Delegate. She is majoring in Political Science and is from Trophy Club, Texas. As Panhellenic Delegate, Natalie serves as a bridge between the Panhellenic Council and Delta Delta Delta, making sure that her chapter is up to date with everything going on in the Panhellenic Community, both throughout the year and during recruitment.

Sydney is serving as Kappa Delta’s Panhellenic Delegate. She is a Marketing major from Sulphur. As Panhellenic Delegate, Sydney serves as a bridge between the Panhellenic Council and Kappa Delta, making sure that her chapter is up to date with everything going on in the Panhellenic Community, both throughout the year and during recruitment.

Yasmine is honored to serve as Phi Mu’s Panhellenic Delegate. Cook is a Biology major from Shreveport. As Panhellenic Delegate, Yasmine serves as a bridge between Panhellenic Council and Phi Mu, making sure that her chapter is up to date with everything going on in the Panhellenic Community, both throughout the year and during recruitment.

Kara will be serving as Sigma Kappa’s Panhellenic Delegate this year. From Rockwall, Texas, Kara is a Communications major. As Panhellenic Delegate, Kara serves as a bridge between the Panhellenic Council and Sigma Kappa, making sure that her chapter is up to date with everything going on in the Panhellenic Community, both throughout the year and during recruitment.