Recruitment and Intake Information

 

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.  

Students wishing to affiliate with a fraternity or sorority 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.  

If you are interested in receiving general information about fraternity and sorority life, please complete the Fraternity and Sorority Life Interest Form.

 


The formal recruitment process is a nationally mandated process by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC).  The primary recruitment process for these organizations is for the fall semester just prior to the beginning of the semester. Information for this process is updated during the summer months.  Letters of recommendation are not required for the recruitment process.

The number of membership opportunities are limited as per the NPC process for the spring.  Should chapters have opportunities available during the spring semester they will host events for any unaffiliated women.

For a guide to CPC recruitment process, view it here.
(This guide is updated during the summer preceding the fall, formal recruitment process.  Information, especially dates, may not be accurate during the academic year.)

To register for the fall recruitment process, register here.
(The registration period is only open during the summer months, typically late May/early June through the beginning of August, and includes a registration fee.)

For more information about the College Panhellenic Council (CPC) visit their homepage.

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Interfraternity Council

Chapters

Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Alpha Order
Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Chi

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)
  • Be a full time student at Georgia College
  • Have attempted at least 12 college credit hours, with 10 college credit hours completed
  • Have at least a 2.30 overall college cumulative grade point average (GPA)



To register for the IFC recruitment process, register here.
(Registration will be open at the beginning of each semester and will be closed when the designated recruitment period has expired.)

For more information about the Interfraternity Council (IFC) visit their homepage.

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Multicultural Greek Council

Chapters

Men's Organizations Women's Organizations
Lambda Sigma Upsilon
Latino Fraternity, Inc
Mu Sigma Upsilon
Multicultural Sorority, Inc.

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.

If you are interested in learning more about these organizations, please complete this form.

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National Pan-Hellenic Council

Chapters

Men's Organizations Women's Organizations
Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity, Inc.
 
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority, Inc.
 
Kappa Alpha Psi
Fraternity, Inc.
 
Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc.
 
  Zeta Phi Beta
Sorority, Inc.
 

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.

If you are interested in learning more about these organizations, please complete this form.

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