Sorority (PHC) Recruitment

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Formal Recruitment at Wright State occurs during Fall Semester. Incoming freshman, transfers and upper class women are welcome to participate in recruitment.

We have several events leading up to recruitment. Move-in night Panhellenic will co-sponsor an event in the Woods basketball court. Free Ice Cream and great music from 10pm - midnight. We will be at "Do the U" for a Meet the Greeks event on Saturday, August 29th at 12:00 pm in the Student Union. Look forward to ‘Meet Panhellenic’ event where interested women can meet members from each sorority on September 10th in the Apollo Room from 6:00 pm – 9:00pm.  

Recruitment dates for 2015 are September 19th (Orientation) – September 27th (Bid Day!).

For more information contact: Katelyn Lambalot at lambalot.2@wright.edu

You may also contact Gina Keucher at (937) 775-5560

Interested women can register for recruitment HERE.

Fraternity (IFC) Recruitment

photo of fraternity members

Fraternity recruitment begins on Move-in Day. There are some great opportunities to get to know the men of WSU's fraternities: Move-in night the IFC will co-sponsor an event in the Woods basketball court. Free Ice Cream and great music from 10pm - midnight. We will be at "Do the U" for a Meet the Greeks event on Saturday, August 29th at 12:00 pm in the Student Union. IFC has an Open House where interested men can meet members from each fraternity on September 3rd; the location is to be determined. Following these events, each fraternity will host their own recruitment events. 

For more information contact: Will Krueger at krueger.29@wright.edu

You may also contact Gina Keucher at (937) 775-5560

You must register to be considered for membership. Interested men can register for recruitment HERE.

NPHC Intake

Intake of new members to NPHC organizations is unique because every individual organization has its own timeline and process for initiation.

NPHC Organizations in 2015 will be hosting a Power Hour Speaker, Rasheed Ali Cromwell. The topic of the event is "The Miseducation of the Black Greek Xperience." Join us for an interactive and engaging program that ultimately answers the question "What is a 'Black Greek-Letter Organization?'" The program will start at 7:00 pm, Wednesday September 16th in the Apollo Room. For more general information about NPHC membership, contact the president of the respective organization. 

For more information contact: NPHC President Lazette Carter at carter.274@wright.edu

You may also contact Gina Keucher at (937) 775-5560