Click here to register for Formal Fraternity Recruitment! Fraternity Recruitment Registration is now available!
For more information contact: Campus Activities Center (620) 235-4795 Hazing PolicyIFC and PHC at Pittsburg State University, along with the National Interfraternity Council, National Panhellenic Conference and the Greek Life Office, opposes any action taken or situation created, intentionally, whether on or off Fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, ridicule, or any other activities which are not consistent with Fraternal law, ritual, policy, or the regulations and policies of the university.
The process is complete in minutes and your contact information will be stored in a secure database. Each fraternity's recruitment chairmen will be able to access your information and contact you.
Disclaimer: Registration or participation in Pittsburg State Fraternity Recruitment is neither an offer nor a guarantee of membership. Membership selection is at the sole discretion of each fraternity and its members. It is not influenced or controlled by the Pittsburg State IFC or the Pittsburg State Greek Life Office.
2. Contact chapters that interest you
Contact the recruitment chairmen of the chapters that you might be interested in directly. Each of our fraternity chapters has one or two people elected to serve as recruitment chairperson(s). These men will review your information from the database and begin calling, writing, or e-mailing you. They will send you information about their fraternity, why you should join, what kinds of philanthropies they are involved in, what kinds of social activities they are planning for next year, etc. You can also contact them to begin the process. Contact information can be found on each individual fraternity’s page.
3. Attend ongoing recruitment events
Once you have decided which fraternities that you're interested in, you may begin to participate in their ongoing recruitment events. These events, scheduled throughout the year, are small social gatherings designed to introduce prospective new members to the current fraternity members. The chapters may have a barbecue, go bowling, play paintball, golf, watch movies, etc. The recruitment chairpersons will send invitations to you as to when the events are scheduled.
4. Join a fraternity.
Most chapters will offer you a bid (an invitation to join their fraternity), the recruitment process is complete when you have signed a bid card. The disclaimer on the back of the bid card allows Greek Life Office to release your grades to your fraternity for the purpose of monitoring your progress. For example, the chapters will need to know whether you are meeting the minimum grade requirements to remain in the chapter each semester. Some chapters also use grades to determine room assignments or scholarships.
If you have any questions contact the IFC Vice President of Recruitment:
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Sororities at Pitt State utilize a formal recruitment process that takes place the week before classes begin each fall. During this time, women interested in joining sororities have the option of moving into their residence halls early and they also get a chance to visit each sorority house and meet members from each chapter. Sorority recruitment is open all PSU women who have a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 from high school (for incoming freshman) or college (for those with 12+ college credits).
You must register online to participate in sorority recruitment. There is a fee to participate in recruitment which includes meals and activities. An additional fee is required to move in to a residence hall/dorm early.
Occasionally chapters will extend invitations to membership (bids) after the formal recruitment period is over, if they have available space in their chapter.
Day 1 - Sunday, August 11th Move-InWomen participating in Sorority Recruitment will be allowed to move into their residence hall room at 10:00 AM. Recruitment Staff members will be on hand to assist with move-ins.
Parent’s OrientationDuring this session, parents will be provided information regarding all facts of sorority life and will be able to get all their questions answered by the PSU Greek Advisor and members of the Recruitment Staff.Day 2 - Monday, August 12thRecruitment OrientationRecruitment guests will be informed about the upcoming week activities, will get acquainted with other guests and will be assigned to their Recruitment Counselors.
House Tours DayRecruitment Guests will travel to each Sorority’s Chapter House and will be introduced to Sorority Life and all that it can offer. Dress is casual with cool, comfortable clothes and comfortable walking shoes.Day 3 - Tuesday, August 13thSisterhood DayRecruitment Guests will travel to each Sorority’s Chapter House and will be introduced to each Sorority and its activities and standards. Dress is casual with cool, comfortable clothes and comfortable walking shoes.Day 4 - Wednesday, August 14thPhilanthropy DayRecruitment Guests will be introduced to the value of community service and the important role it plays within each chapter. Guests will participate in a community service project with the chapters. Dress for this evening is still comfortable, but slightly dressier. A nice skirt, capri pants or sun dress are recommended.
Day 5 - Thursday, August 15thPreference DayThis night is the most sentimental of all the evenings. During this night, Recruitment Guests may participate in a sisterhood ceremony and may hear guest’s speakers talk about the sisterhood within their chapters. Dress for this evening is the most formal. A nice dress or pant outfit is recommended.Day 6 - Friday, August 16thBid DayRecruitment Guests will find out which chapter they have been invited to join. Although morning activities are casual, chapters have a formal association ceremony later in the day, and all chapters recommended a nice white dress for the occasion.
Saturday, August 17thFraternal Leadership SummitAll fraternity and sorority members of the fraternity/sorority community (actives, pledges, associate members) are invited to attend the Fraternal Leadership Summit. For more details, contact the Campus Activities Center at 620-235-4795
Recruitment Event Registration Form
Fraternity Recruitment Registration Form
Greek Week Handbook
Panhellenic Excuse Note
Panhellenic Payment Request Voucher
IFC Judicial Policy
IFC Judicial Complaint Form
GAMMA Risk Management Policy
Panhellenic Judicial Policy
ICS Login for Chapters
For more information contact the Campus Activities Center at (620)-235-4795 or by email, email@example.com