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Fraternities and Sororities are a Home Away from Home

Fraternities and sororities can help personalize your college experience by offering a scholastic support system, hands-on experience in leading committees, managing budgets, interacting with faculty and administrators, exposure to potential careers through educational programs and discussions with alumni, the opportunity to give back to the community through service projects, and close friends who will cheer you on through successes and provide support when times are tough.

For information on all council and chapter recruitment efforts, please contact Brian Hoffman, coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life, or Rachel Friedman, student coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Panhellenic Recruitment

Open recruitment for select chapters will be taking place early in Spring 2016. Information about the specific chapters participating in this process will be made available once it is finalized. Formal Recruitment takes place at the beginning of the academic year, and the date will be made public once it is finalized. Contact Andrea Cevallos, vice president of recruitment development, with any questions regarding informal recruitment throughout the remainder of the academic year.

IFC Recruitment

IFC chapters will be recruiting new members in the spring 2016 semester. Information about the schedule and dates will be made available as soon as possible. Contact Seth Davidson, vice president of recruitment, with any questions. 

NIMC Recruitment

For more information about Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia or Sigma Alpha Iota recruitment events, contact Brian Hoffman, coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life. Note that Sigma Alpha Iota is a national music fraternity for women. All that is required to join Sigma Alpha Iota is one previously earned college credit in music, a GPA of 2.5 or higher and a love of music.

NPHC Intake

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Multicultural Greek Council

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