IFC Recruitment

Interfraternity Council rush is the process where men who are interested in joining one of our 4 social fraternities can explore their options. Rush takes place both in the fall and spring semesters. All events are informal, with interested new members attending events in which they are interested.

If you are interested in going through the Formal Recruitment Process please fill out this online Recruitment Registration. The Office of Student Leadership & Activities will forward the information of all interested men to each fraternity participating in recruitment.  IFC Recruitment will be happening late August/ early September 2017.

Contact: ifcrecruitment@sju.edu

Requirements for Membership

  • 12 completed college credits
  • a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7

Panhellenic Recruitment

Panhellenic recruitment is the process where women who are interested in joining one of our 5 social sororities on campus explore their options. There are two types of recruitment: formal and continuous open bidding (COB). Formal recruitment takes place in January and February. COB occurs after the conclusion of formal recruitment and takes place year-round. Both options are a great way of learning about the organizations, however, the majority of women at SJU go through formal recruitment.

If you are interested in going through the Primary Recruitment Process, please fill out this online Recruitment Registration Form. The Office of Student Leadership & Activities will forward the information of all interested women to each sorority participating in recruitment. Any potential sorority recruitment will be happening in early September.

Contact: panhelrecruitment@sju.edu

Requirements for Membership

  • 12 completed college credits
  • a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7
  • Must not have initiated into an NPC sorority or have pledged an NPC sorority since the prior recruitment period

Continuous Open Bidding (COB)

Chapters are permitted to recruit up to a designated number indicated by average chapter size.  Chapters with available membership spots can take members continually throughout the year until they fill these spots. When we become aware of these organizations, we will post this information here. To fill open membership spots, chapters can extend bids in a variety of ways, whether that means hosting a COB event or just communicating directly with a potential new member. While registering for COB is not required, the Office of Student Leadership & Activities is happy to provide the contact information of any interested women to chapters that have available membership spots. When the Office of Student Leadership & Activities is made aware of chapter’s hosting COB events, this information will be distributed to anyone who has submitted this form.  To be eligible to join a chapter through COB, students must meet the same criteria listed above.

Sorority Primary Recruitment

Formal Sorority Recruitment is an opportunity for all second-semester freshmen, upperclassmen and transfer students to explore membership in the Panhellenic Council sororities. Over the course of 5 days, potential new members (PNMs) will visit with each chapter. At the end of each day, the PNMs make selections to narrow their options while the chapters do the same. This process is known as mutual selection and uses a computer system to generate matches and schedules. Each morning, PNMs receive their schedule for the day from the Recruitment Counselors. The Recruitment Counselors serve as mentors throughout the process, remaining disassociated from their chapters throughout the Fall semester and formal recruitment to provide unbiased advice and support. More information can be found on the Panhellenic Council website.

 

Involvement in a City-Wide Chapter

SJU students who are interested in joining Greek organizations affiliated with the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc (NPHC) may do so by joining a City-Wide chapter.  Saint Joseph's University students are able to join Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.. SJU students must have completed 12 credits and have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 to be eligible.  For more information about the individual groups, click HERE