Being part of a student organization puts you in a greater position to succeed than those who are not involved. Studies have shown that those students who get involved in extracurricular organizations report greater happiness with their college experience, better grades, more fun, closer friends, and they have even been shown to make more money upon graduating!
Values - Values are a large reason why students join Greek organizations. Committing to your personal values and finding friends who share common values helps increase the bonds of friendship and create a successful base for your education and life.
Leadership - Being part of a fraternity/sorority allows students opportunities to develop their leadership skills that will help them later in life. Opportunities include leadership conferences, leadership positions, mentors and role models, and the opportunity to interact and lead a diverse organization. Greeks are also involved in nearly every student organization on campus, many taking leadership roles in those organizations.
Scholarship - Greek organizations not only offer scholarship promoting academic success, but many organizations have academic development programs for members, and provide training and support for study skills and time management.
Alumnae Involvement/Networking - The opportunity to interact with alumnae members allows student to get to know professionals who may be working in their field of study, and who share a common bond of brotherhood/sisterhood.
Fun - Being part of a social fraternity/sorority is a lot of fun! Activities include opportunities to social with other organizations, both Greek and non-Greek, service activities, and brotherhood/sisterhood events.
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If you have questions about fraternity recruitment, please contact us at PittStateIFC@gmail.com.
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Sororities at Pitt State utilize a formal recruitment process that takes place the week before classes begin each fall. During this time, women interested in joining sororities move into their assigned residence halls early, they get a chance to visit each sorority and meet members from each chapter. Sorority recruitment is open all PSU women who are enrolled as full-time students.
You must register online to participate in sorority recruitment. There is a fee to participate in recruitment which includes meals and activities.
Sorority Recruitment Fall 2017 Itinerary
Sunday, August 13th
10am-Noon Check In with Sorority Recruitment at the Overman Student Center and Move Into Residence Halls
4pm-4:45pm Parent Orientation, Crimson and Gold Ballroom
8pm-9:30pm Student Orientation, Crimson and Gold Ballroom
Monday, August 14th
9am-11am Recruitment Orientation, Crimson and Gold Ballroom
2pm-7:30pm House Tour Events
7:30-9:30pm Dinner and Evening Activity
Tuesday, August 15th
10am-Noon Sisterhood Events
2pm-5pm Sisterhood Events
6pm-8pm Dinner and Evening Activity
Wednesday, August 16th
10am-Noon Philanthropy Events
2pm-5pm Philanthropy Events
Thursday, August 17th
10-11:30am Preference Events
1:30pm-5pm Preference Events
Friday, August 18th
11am Bid Announcement & Rho Gamma Reveal
Greek Leadership CouncilThe Greek Leadership Council (GLC) will be coordinating and sponsoring a variety of activities throughout the academic year.
All Greek BBQ- August 19-Gorilla Pavilions
Risk Management Speaker: Dave Westol- September 20- Ballroom
Headbands for Hope-November 8- Bicknell Performance Hall
Daniel Seddiqui (Partnering with Career Services)- 7pm on Feb.9- Ballroom
Becca and Kelly (Partnering with Gorilla Activities Board to bring Gorillas in Your Midst's Safe Spring Break Program)- 8pm on March 13- Ballroom
Greek Life Risk Management Policy
IFC Constitution & Bylaws
Greek Life Judicial Complaint Form
Sorority Potential New Member Booklet
ICS Login for Chapters
Greek Week 2018 Handbook- Coming Feb 2018
If you have questions about sorority recruitment, please contact us at PittStateRecruitment@gmail.com
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