National Convention

Phi Beta Chi's National Convention is the legislative body of our sorority. Convention is the place where members vote on business, elect new national directors, participate in workshops geared towards our active members and/or life after college, learn from one another, and so much more.

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"Out of This World with Phi Beta Chi"


July 30 - August 1, 2021

Web Conference

Convention 2021 will be a multi-day web event taking place Friday, July 30th through Sunday, August 1st. Join sisters across the country for a weekend of networking, inspirational guest speakers, and more!

Convention registration closes DATE so register today!

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Convention Shirts

Thank you to everyone who purchased a "Sweetest Sisterhood" t-shirt, tank, or sweatshirt! Phi Beta Chi raised more than $600 thanks to all of you!

Don't forget to snap a selfie wearing your new shirt and tag @phibetachisorority or send to

Day 1: July 30th


All times listed below are in Central Time.

  • Welcome (7:30pm)

  • Sisterhood & Networking (7:40pm)

  • Closing (9pm)

Day 2: July 31st


All times listed below are in Central Time.

  • Welcome & Virtual Ice Breakers (1pm)

  • Keynote (1:15pm)

  • Break (2:15pm)

  • Devotion / Virtual Sisterhood Activity (2:30pm)

  • Break (3pm)

  • Diversity/Inclusivity Training (3:30pm)

  • Closing (4:45pm)

Connect on Social Media!

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Day 3: August 1st


All times listed below are in Central Time.

  • Welcome & Virtual Ice Breakers (1pm)

  • National Business Meeting (1:10pm)

  • Break (2:10pm)

  • Professional Communication Training (2:30pm)

  • Break (3:15pm)

  • Collegiate/Alumnae Breakout Sessions (3:30pm)

  • National Awards Ceremony (4:30pm)

  • Closing (4:45pm)


Keystone Speaker Lauren Cook

"Letters that Last A Lifetime"

"There’s a reason that you said “yes” to your organization on Bid Day. But why do you continue saying “yes” and showing up? Chances are, it is because you have found a community in Greek life. Lauren Cook shows how this community can extend beyond college. Saying “yes” to our chapters can be a lifetime experience, not just something that you “were” a part of back in the day.

Lauren shares how our lives can be shaped personally and professionally by the Greek community. Indeed, Lauren shares how her time working at Disney, traveling the country, and the ring on her finger all came from saying “yes” to not only her chapter, but the Greek community as a whole. Lauren invites members to be openly proud to identify as Greek…you never know what or who might change your life when you do.


Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this program, students will learn:

  • how to build a lifetime appreciation for being a Fraternity & Sorority member beyond college graduation,

  • how to engage the power of mentorship by inspiring students to seek mentors and be mentors themselves, and

  • to find pride within the Fraternity & Sorority Life community and challenge the negative stigmas held against the Greek system."

About Lauren

Lauren Cook, also known as The Sunny Girl, is a graduate from UCLA with a double major in Communication Studies and Psychology. Lauren currently works as a therapist at USC’s Student Counseling Center and is a Professor at Mount Saint Mary’s University.

As the author of The Sunny Side Up and now with her latest publication, Name Your Story, she travels around the country speaking about mental health, happiness, and wellbeing. Lauren has worked at NBC Network News, E! News, and Disney during her time in college and she is a proud member of Chi Omega sorority. Lauren graduated from USC with her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy and is now working towards her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

Visit Lauren's full profile on





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Annual Awards

This past school year was harder than ever due to COVID-19 and the efforts of our sisters have not gone unnoticed. If there's a Phi Beta Chi chapter, colony, or individual who made a significant contribution to our sorority this past school year that you believe deserves special recognition, submit a nomination for the National Annual Awards!

Nominations are due DATE.

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ROSE Foundation Donations

Donations to Rose of Sharon Education (ROSE) Foundation help make it possible for Phi Beta Chi to hire wonderful speakers like NAME! If it is on your heart to give back to the educational needs of the sorority, please consider making a donation to the ROSE Foundation this year.

 Donations are tax-deductible and can be made via PayPal or

by check mailed to: PO Box 65426, West Des Moines, IA 50265

For more information about the ROSE Foundation, visit the Foundation page.

Donations are optional and are not required to participate in Convention 2021.