Monday, September 10:
Tuesday, September 11
Wednesday, September 12
Thursday, September 13
You may register for women's sorority recruitment HERE (deadline for registration is September 5 at 12pm)
or stop by the Greek Life office
Panhellenic's Formal Recruitment is a well-planned and structured week of activities that begin September 5 and continue through September 9. This structure was developed so potential new members can meet as many women as possible in each of TTU's four sororities.
Mutual Selection Process
On the first night of recruitment, you will visit all four sorority chapters beginning at 6 p.m. in the Sorority Suites located above "The Perch" in New Hall North. After the night's events, you will have the opportunity to rank the chapters in order of preference. Chapters will do the same. When you come back the following night, you will receive a schedule of the events you will attend that night. Membership selection is not a superficial process. Chapters choose members based on a number of criteria including:
We are excited about your participation in Sorority Recruitment!
NPHC FRATERNITY & SORORITY
The recruitment period of the all the NPHC organizations is open throughout the school year. The minimum grade point average required by Tennessee Tech is 2.0, though most NPHC organizations require at least a 2.3 to become a member.
The intake process is determined by each sorority/fraternity. Interest meetings are held by each organization. These meetings provide information about the organization, application fees, and answer questions the aspirant (potential member) might have. The meetings are generally advertised by posters, flyers, mass e-mail, and word of mouth. In order to legally obtain membership in the Fraternity/Sorority of choice the potential member should be aware of these aspects:
If any of the above do not occur, it is important you contact the Office of Greek Life. Though very rare, illegal recruitment, also known as "Renegade intake" can occur. This can result in the expulsion of the organization, members, and the aspirant involved in the illegal intake.