Registration is Open!

Join the National Panhellenic Conference for the 2019 College Panhellenic Academy on Jan. 25-26 in downtown Indianapolis.


College Panhellenic Academy provides participants with intentional opportunities to understand overall College Panhellenic functions. The 2019 academy experience will provide hands-on training for presidents, recruitment officers, judicial officers and secretaries/treasurers as well as a track for fraternity/sorority advisors. Participants will gain the most up-to-date Panhellenic knowledge and reaffirm their commitment to NPC standards and values.

(View: Academy Video for 2019Photos from 2018


Early bird pricing: Registration for this event is first come, first serve. This year, we are offering early bird registration pricing at $185/per person from now through Oct. 14, 2018.

College Panhellenic Academy will be held at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. NPC has secured a room block for these rates: $159 + tax per night for a standard double/double or king room, $184 + tax per night for a triple or $209 + tax per night for a quad.


To reserve a room, make your reservation online or call 1-800-233-1234 and request the National Panhellenic Conference room block.


Academy Scholarships: Apply by Sept. 16

College Panhellenic Associations can apply to receive a scholarship to support attendance. 


To receive a scholarship, the College Panhellenic must be in good standing with NPC. The deadline to apply is Sept. 16, 2018


Applicants will be notified of selections in early October.


Scholarships are made possible through a grant to NPC from Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity.


Regional Conference Academies

NPC will be offering two regional College Panhellenic Academy experiences at AFLV Central and NGLA. Registration for these academy experiences will launch as part of each respective conference's registration and will be first come, first serve. If you would like additional information about the regional academies at this time, please visit our website.


If you have questions related to registration or the hotel block, please contact Nicole Cronenwett, director of special projects.


If you have questions related to the schedule or curriculum, please contact Jenny Greyerbiehl, director of education and Panhellenic support.