Dear Potential New members, 

I am so excited that you have chosen to go through recruitment here at Texas A&M and I can not wait for each and everyone of you to experience how truly special this place is!

Pi Phi is a place full of passionate, genuine, high achieving, and kind women who truly care about this organization and each other. I love Pi Phi for 1000 different reasons but the girls in this chapter and the sisterhood we have is definitely a top one. Being in a sisterhood that is so open and welcoming has grown my confidence tremendously and has inspired me to go for things I never would have gone for before. Being Vice President Recruitment is definitely one of those things! I decided to pursue this position because I really wanted to show how amazing of a place Pi Phi is and to find girls who will love and thrive in this chapter! Pi Phi has been the best college experience and one that I know won’t end once I graduate. I am so thankful for this chapter, the friends I have made through it, and the memories it has given me! 

When going through recruitment, take the time to think about what qualities are important to you and what you would love to see in your future home. Think about the friends you want to have and the woman you want to become. Recruitment week is life changing and it is crazy to think you will meet your potential sisters and lifelong friends! Going through recruitment and ending up in Pi Phi has truly been the sweetest and the best thing I have done in my college experience and I am so excited for you to be able to experience this process!

Pi Phi can not wait to meet you!!

Pi Phi love and mine,
Annie Hernandez-Hendrix

Vice President Recruitment

What can an Aggie PNM send in prior to formal recruitment?

We encourage PNMs to send in resumes including ACT or SAT scores, PNMs are also welcome to have letters of recommendation and letters of support submitted by alumna! 

What does Pi Beta Phi call a letter of recommendation?

Pi Phi calls letters of recommendations RIFs.

Are RIFs required for membership?

A RIF is  not  required for membership in Pi Beta Phi.

What if I am unable to find someone to complete a RIF?

Headquarters can connect you with an alumnae club in your area who may be able to recommend you for membership. However, with changes pending at this summer’s convention, please know that some alumnae clubs may wait until July 1 to submit RIFs to chapters. Email a copy of your resume to  for assistance. 

Even if you are unable to find someone to complete a RIF, we urge PNMs to still send in a picture and a resume. 

When completing the online RIF, please be sure to include a picture of the Potential New Member as well as their resume. Any letters of support should be emailed to the Director of Membership Selection: If unable to submit recruitment forms online, please mail all forms to:
Samantha Wagner
1601 Munson Ave.
College Station, TX 77840

Have any more questions? Reach out to our Director of Membership Selection for any questions about recruitment forms!