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Our fraternities and sororities are more than just organizations—they're families, support systems, and networks of passionate, authentic individuals committed to excellence. Here, you'll find a community that fosters personal growth, empowers its members to reach their full potential, and offers a sense of belonging that lasts a lifetime. Before you go through membership intake/recruitment, it is important that you learn about what the different fraternities and sororities offer to you as a potential aspirant/new member. Learn more about Fraternities and Sororities at Wright State.
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Fraternities and sororities at Wright State University are organized into three councils, each with its unique focus and heritage. The groups are organized into different councils to provide structure, governance, and support tailored to the unique needs and characteristics of their member organizations.
The College Panhellenic Council governs the National Panhellenic Conference sororities, which empower women, prepare leaders, and make a significant local and global impact. These sororities offer deep sisterhood, authentic connection, and a sense of purpose and belonging that is unmatched on campus, all rooted in rich histories that inspire a modern sorority experience.
Recruitment is year-round, but primary recruitment for CPH organizations occurs in the fall.
Spring Semester 2024 Continuous Open Bidding (COB)
Continuous Open Bidding (COB) is an informal recruitment process used by Panhellenic sororities to add new members outside the primary recruitment period. COB offers an alternative path to joining a sorority, emphasizing a more relaxed and individualized approach compared to the formal recruitment process.
This process allows sororities to reach their maximum allowable number of members, often referred to as "total." It's important to note that the amount of COB slots varies by chapter, and unlike primary recruitment, where the CPH handles much of the recruitment experience, during COB, the recruitment experience varies from one organization to another, providing a personalized and often exciting experience for those involved.
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. is Wright State's first Asian-interest, but not Asian-exclusive sorority. This organization does not participate in CPH formal recruitment; instead, it has its own recruitment process.
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The Interfraternity Council governs our North American Interfraternity Conference fraternities, which draw from their long histories to inspire a modern fraternity experience. These fraternities value brotherhood, purpose, and offer vast networks full of opportunities, constantly innovating to shape the future of fraternity life at Wright State University.
Recruitment is year-round, but formal recruitment for IFC organizations occurs in the first three weeks of both the fall and spring semesters.
Spring Formal Recruitment
January 8–26, 2024
Fraternity recruitment at Wright State is “open” style. This means prospective new members (PNMs) can choose which chapters to express interest in, at any point. They are not required to attend events by all the fraternities. However, we encourage you to check out each chapter. Relationship building is the best way to determine which chapter is the best fit for someone going through recruitment. At the very least, you meet a bunch of awesome men and make priceless connections.
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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) represents our historically African-American fraternities and sororities. Founded to uplift African-American students, these chapters continue to champion the cause of uplifting all men and women, particularly those who have been disenfranchised. They exemplify their historical cause in today's world, embodying the spirit of fraternity and sorority life at Wright State University.
Recruitment is through a membership intake process. Chapters select, educate, and initiate new members at a time deemed by the specific organization. NPHC groups do not accept first-semester, first-year students.
Four fraternities and sororities take part in the intake process: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.