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No Matter the Letters...

Fraternities and sororities can help personalize a student's collegiate experience by offering an academic support system, hands-on experience in leadership and service programs, managing budgets and schedules, interacting with faculty and administrators, career development, alumni engagement and of course, close bonds of friendship to support each other throughout life's journey.

For information on all council and chapter recruitment efforts, please contact

Panhellenic Recruitment

Formal Recruitment will take place for all Panhellenic chapters Sept. 8–12, 2016, with information sessions taking place Sept. 6–7. Register now! Contact Andrea Cevallos, vice president of recruitment development, with any questions regarding this process.

IFC Recruitment

IFC chapters are able to take new members both semesters through their open recruitment process. Fall recruitment is scheduled for Sept. 6–18, 2016, and registration will be available over the summer. Contact Seth Davidson, vice president of membership, with any questions.

CIMC Recruitment

For more information about Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia or Sigma Alpha Iota recruitment events, contact Jessica Kumm, vice president of membership. 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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