On Monday, August 22, 2022, the University of Georgia Panhellenic Council was awarded the National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Excellence Award. Through this award, the National Panhellenic Conference, “recognizes College Panhellenics that demonstrate success in the areas of academics, community impact, judicial procedure, leadership, recruitment, programming, and marketing.” UGA’s Panhellenic Council was one of only seven universities to be honored with this award.
Panhellenic President, Marion Kronauge, shares what it means to the Panhellenic Council to be honored with this award:
“We are so honored to have been awarded the Excellence Award this year and are so grateful to everyone that helped us make it a reality. I am extremely proud of everything our Executive Board, our Panhellenic Council and our entire community does to allow us to be in a position to receive this award. It speaks volume to the hard work that the women of UGA Panhellenic put into our community and I could not be more honored to lead such an outstanding and deserving group of women.”
The UGA Panhellenic Council is extremely honored to have been recognized with this award and is excited to continue serving the Greek community as we begin a new school year at UGA.
To learn more about the National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Excellence Award, visit https://www.npcwomen.org/2022/08/23/npc-recognizes-36-college-panhellenics-with-awards-for-2021-22/