Complete a Greek Life Interest Form to be contacted personally by a member of Panhellenic Council or Kappa Sigma Fraternity who will be more than happy to answer any and all questions that you might have.
Specific events are listed on the Upcoming Events page
Recruitment is a mutual selection process.
During the beginning of each Fall semester, the sororities hold a formal recruitment week. It lasts over 4 nights. Each night potential new members have the opportunity to meet current members of Gamma Phi Beta and Delta Zeta sororities. You'll have a chance to tour the houses and learn more about what each house has to offer.
Each sorority can only have a finite number of members as determined by national guidelines. Thus if there are December graduates, there may be an opportunity to join during the beginning of each Spring semester. If openings occur the sororities hold informal recruitment events. Spring recruitment starts with an informational meeting where potential new members get to meet current members of Gamma Phi Beta and Delta Zeta sororities. They will also be given information about the individual sororities' future recruitment events.
Check out our upcoming events for recruitment dates.
Potential New Members Bill of Rights
Panhellenic Council is a student organization on campus that is comprised of elected members of Gamma Phi Beta and Delta Zeta. Panhellenic council runs formal recruitment in the fall and hosts the night opening the spring recruitment weeks. This organization also participates in various philanthropic events throughout the year in which both sororities are involved in. Panhellenic Council also plans Greek Week every spring.
Rush (recruitment) will take place in late August and early September. During this time new members will have the opportunity to meet current members of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
If you are interested in being part of Kappa Sigma please complete the Greek Life interest form above. Please indicate that you are interested in being in a fraternity in the final box on the form.