Arkansas and beyond knows that Fayetteville is home to the University of Arkansas, the Razorbacks, and around 25,000 students. What many people do not know is that every fall, around 1,600 of those new students participate in Panhellenic Recruitment.
Arkansas Greek Life work hard every summer to welcome a new pledge class at the beginning of the Fall. We are excited to offer these women a way to wear their letters with our new collection of sorority jewelry.
Brittany at Tri Delta Bid Day 1992 with her friend Michelle (Hargis) Wolfe
We are able to customize necklaces and bracelets with any Greek letters. Bid day is such an exciting day where thousands of collegiate women gather on campus to celebrate their new pledge classes, the start of a new school year, and their sorority pride.
One of our beautiful necklaces custom-made for a member of Tri Delta, Delta Iota Chapter
Wearing your Greek letters for the first time is something that everyone remembers as being a special experience. It is a symbol of pride that these young women look forward to.
If you are around the University of Arkansas campus on Saturday, August 20thfor Bid Day, you will see lots of excited women making new friends and celebrating the start of the best years of their lives. Our team will be stationed at the Tri Delta house to meet everyone, share in the celebrations, and offer beautiful pieces of jewelry to proudly display your letters.
Patric (right) with John Brooks (left), and Terrye Schultz Brosh (middle) in October 1966, one month after he pledged Kappa Sigma.