How to Join

All councils will be tabling at FASET during the Student Organization Fair - stop by to meet us! 

Each of our four Greek councils have a different recruitment process. Some processes are more structured than others, may require registration, associated fees, and other requirements before seeking membership. 

Check out The 2016 Guide to Greek Life! The 2017 Guide will be mailed to all incoming students home address in June and will be available on our webpage soon! 

Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC)Panhellenic Exec Officers

CPC hosts "Primary Recruitment" each Fall semester. Primary Recruitment is a highly structured recruitment process that allows you to visit each CPC sorority so that you have the opportunity to experience each one equally. Registration for primary recruitment is required along with a nominal registration fee of $80 (after August 1st the fee jumps to $90). During the week of recruitment, you will have the opportunity to meet several women from each sorority. Each day you will narrow down your top choices and so will the sorority, making it a "mutual selection process." Signing up and participating in primary recruitment does not obligate you to join a chapter at the end of the week. 

Reccomendation Letters: Please mail Rec Letters and materials to the individual chapters! The address for each house should be listed on their website. You may also mail rec letters to our office with ATTN: (Sorority) and we will distribute to the chapters. 

CPC also governs two associate member sororities that do not participate in the Formal Recruitment process. The associate member recruitment process is hosted a few weeks after Formal Recruitment in the Fall and during the second week of school in the Spring. Associate member recruitment is hosted by the individual sororities. 

More and specific information, including registration and rules can be found at; find us on Facebook and Instagram - @gtcpc

Click this link to register for Panhellenic Formal Recrutiment. 

Spring Recruitment events only take place with chapters that are below 'total' chapter size; which is an average number decided by chapters and how many women are on their roster. Those individual chapters hosting recruitment events in the spring will be responsible for communicating the details out to campus. 

Interfraternity Council (IFC) Members of IFC who won awards at Up with the White and Gold banquet

IFC will host Fall Rush on August 17-22, 2017. You can register at Most commonly referred to as "Rush," IFC hosts an formal recruitment process in the fall and in spring. Each fraternity has food and events at their house during these times. During Rush, you can go to as many, or as few events as you would like. There are no requirements and no commitment. Fraternities may also host events outisde of formal recruitment, most commonly during the summer. All recruitment events throughout the year are dry - no alocohol is allowed per the IFC Bylaws. Any chapters that do not have a house will set up  recruitment events at Peters Parking Deck. 

At a fraternity event, you will meet many members and they will meet you - get to know each other! If the members think you are a good fit for their chapter, they will offer you a bid (an invitation to join). You may receive multiple bids, but can only accept one.

With 32 IFC Chapters, we recommend you do your research ahead of time to look at what each chapter offers. It is recommended that you visit about10 (or more) fraternities on day one and a different 10 (or more) on day two, spending 10-15 minutes at each. After that, narrow your choices down to 3-5 fraternities and spend more time at each. To accept a bid, you usually just say "I'd like to accept my bid". Its that easy!

While you can be recruited year-round, the official Rush period occurs during the first week of school in the Fall and the second week of school in the Spring. There is a co-ed fraternity as well that women and students are encourgaed to seek them out as an option. 

More and specific information can be found at; find us on Facebook and Instagram - @gt_ifc


Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Members of the MGC Community

MGC will be tabling for you to learn more about each organization throughout the summer and in the first few weeks of school. They will also host their MGC BBQ for any interested students to come and meet all of the chapters; this will take place August 25th, 2017! Most commonly referred to as "Intake," MGC recruitment is held at different times throughout the semester and is hosted by each fraternity or sorority. MGC hosts the "New Member Barbecue" in the Fall semester so that you have an opportunity to meet many members of the different fraternities and sororities at one.

More and specific information can be found at; find us on Facebook and Instagram - @gtmgc


National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)Members of the NPHC Community

Most commonly referred to as "Intake," NPHC recruitment is held at different times throughout the year and is hosted by each fraternity or sorority. Many NPHC organizations require that you complete one or two years of school before you can participate in Intake. Additionally, each recruit must attend an intake information session held during each semester. NPHC Convocation will be held Spetember 14th, 2017 and all who have interest in learning about this community are welcome to attend!

More and specific information can be found at and on Instagram - @gt_nphc


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