Fraternities and sororities conduct recruitment and intake events, activities, and informational sessions throughout the school year. Intake is the term National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) organizations use to bring new members into an organization. In 1990, all nine NPHC groups prohibited "pledging" and began a process called "intake."
National Panhellenic Conference formal spring recruitment offers you the opportunity to meet chapter members of all six sororities, while learning what each organization is about using their vision and standards of sisterhood.
Throughout the process, recruitment counselors, who are disaffiliated sorority women, will answer any questions that you may think of while participating in recruitment. Participating in the recruitment process does not require you to join a chapter, but enables you to explore and learn more about the campus and Greek community. This is a great way to meet new people and find out about different ways to get involved on campus. This process is intended to be a positive, fun and enriching experience for all.
If you have questions about a specific organization, contact the Office of Student Activities and Orientation at GreekLife@ycp.edu.
Recruitment in the Fall is reserved for upperclass students who have completed atleast one semester of full-time course work, and have an established YCP GPA.
Interested individuals are encouraged to attend advertised "Info Nights" and the individially advertised chapter events.
Invitations for membership are extended on a chapter by chapter basis. It is possible that not all chapters will participate in the Fall semester.