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|Recruitment, or membership intake, is the process by which recognized chapters are permitted and supported in the process of adding new members to their organizations. Each one of the councils has a specific process by which recruitment/intake is conducted. Please click below to find out more about the process for the organization(s) you may be interested in.
Students wishing to affiliate with a fraternity must be a full time, meaning currently enrolled/registered for a minimum course load of twelve (12) credit hours, student at Georgia College for the semester they wish to affiliate and have a minimum grade point average. Grade point average (GPA) requirements will vary by council and organization. Students may only affiliate with recognized organizations during times designated by the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and the respective councils Additionally, students must agree to abide by the Georgia College Non-Hazing Policy.
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To learn more about the recruitment/intake processes for the individual councils, click below:
The recruitment process for the IFC is developed and conducted locally by the Georgia College IFC. The primary recruitment process for this council is durign the spring semester.
Students interested in joining an IFC chapter must meet the minimum requirements:
(Individual chapters may have higher requirements for membership)
The recruitment/intake process for these organizations is nationally mandated by their inter/national headquarters. Each group has specific criteria for accepting new members. Please consult their local and/or national web pages for more specific information.
The intake process for these organizations is nationally mandated by their inter/national headquarters. You will find organizations will conduct their intake process at different times due to the headquarters schedules. Each semester, the groups will host an informational session for interested students to meet and learn about the different organizations represented on the campus. Each group has specific criteria for accepting new members. Interested students will typically need to provide at least official transcripts, applications, and letters of recommendation to join. Please consult their local and/or national web pages for more specific information.
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