National Panhellenic Council Sorority (NPC) and International Fraternity Council (IFC) chapters at TU have a formal recruitment process. The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) sorority and fraternity chapters have individual recruitment activities instead of a single recruitment process.
NPC and IFC Formal Recruitment – August 19-21, 2016
Registration for formal recruitment is open.
Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment registration can be accessed here.
IFC Fraternity Recruitment registration can be accessed here.
Download the Greek Recruitment Booklet below to get you started on your way to Greek Life at TU.
Recruitment is an opportunity to learn about Greek life and to get to know its membership. Students are encouraged to go through recruitment even if they are unsure whether they want to join.
Going through recruitment is not binding. Some students will attend recruitment and choose not to join. The experience not only provides a better understanding of Greek chapters, but also presents an opportunity to meet other students.
Joining a fraternity or sorority is a mutual selection process. This means that both you and the Greek chapters to which you are applying have some say and control over the process.
Students may only be initiated into one national fraternity or sorority. If a student is initiated into an IFC fraternity or NPC sorority, he or she may not also join an NPHC fraternity. This also includes if the student was initiated at another campus.