Fraternity and sorority life at 鶹ý is active and diverse. Our sororities and fraternities value service, brotherhood/sisterhood, and the personal development of their members. Greek members are scholars, athletes, philanthropists, social activists, and more. Becoming a member of a Greek Letter Organization can energize your college experience and help you make connections that will last a lifetime.

鶹ý Fraternity and Sorority Life Quick Facts:

  • 12% of the 鶹ý student body is affiliated with a Greek Letter Organization
  • 3,000+ hours are volunteered each year by 鶹ý Greek students
  • Better grades: 鶹ý Greek students regularly perform above all-student GPA averages

Greek Letter Organizations at 鶹ý

Panhellenic Recruitment Overview & Registration

Alpha Xi Delta | Zeta Tau Alpha 

Ready to join a at 鶹ý? We’re ready to have you! The primary way women join our Panhellenic community is through formal recruitment, which is held in September duirng the Fall Semester of each academic year. Throughout the week’s events, women will have the opportunity to visit the two sororities on our campus: Alpha Xi Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha. As this week unfolds, potential new members will have the chance to meet and engage with current active members of these organizations to learn how Greek Life has impacted their ability to grow in Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.

A registration fee of $25 is required.

IFC Recruitment Overview & Registration

Sigma Alpha Epsilon | Tau Kappa Epsilon

*Currently in the process of seeking full IFC membership: Phi Kappa Theta.

Ready to join an at 鶹ý? We’re ready to have you! The primary way men join our IFC community is through formal recruitment. Throughout Recruitment Week, men will have the opportunity to visit the three IFC Fraternities on our campus: Kappa Sigma, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Tau Kappa Epsilon. During this time, potential new members will have the chance to meet and engage with current active members of these organizations to learn how Greek Life has impacted their ability to grow in Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.

A registration fee of $10 is required.

National Pan-Hellenic Council Intake Process

Our chapters bring in new members through a process called “Membership Intake.” The Membership Intake process usually includes an informational meeting, an individual interview, an application, and time to meet and engage with current undergraduate and graduate members of the specific organization.

Individuals interested in joining an NPHC organization are encouraged to meet the following minimum requirements to be eligible to participate:

  • Have at least 12 completed credit hours (some organizations require more, but at minimum, you must be a second-semester freshman).
  • Earn at least a 2.5 college GPA (some organizations require more, but at minimum, you are encouraged to have a 2.5 GPA).
  • A foundation of leadership experience through on-campus and community involvement.

More Information

For more information about fraternity and sorority life and how to join any of the Greek Life sororities or fraternities and membership intake process, please contact: