FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE

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The Radford University Fraternity and Sorority Life community is comprised of 24 general fraternities and sororities. The organizations fall under the governance of four different coordinating councils - Interfraternity Council (IFC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and the Panhellenic Council (PC).

There are many benefits to joining a fraternity or sorority organization

  • Academic success and support
  • Leadership experiences
  • Lifelong friendships
  • Opportunities for community service and philanthropy
  • Personal growth and development
  • Professional networking

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Department Announcements

Recruitment and Intake Interest Form

Any student who is interested in joining a Fraternity or Sorority in any of our four councils at Radford University is required to comple an Interest Form. Students who are planning to participate in Panhellenic Formal Recruitment do not need to complete the interest form but instead will complete a the registration form.  Our community places a high value on scholarship and academic achievement and as such, requires that students have a minimum cumulative college GPA of a 2.5 and are enrolled as a full time student to be eligible to join any of our chapters.

Fraternity and Sorority Life Interest Form: Interest Form  

  • Anyone interested in chatpers that are members of the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, or National Pan-Hellenic Council should complete the interest form. 

Registration for Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is now open: Click here to register!

  • Panhellenic Formal Recruitment is the hosted by the Panhellenic Council and will take place from January 27th, 2022 - January 31st, 2022. The chapters who particiapte in Panhellenic Formal Recrutiemnt are Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau, Delta Zeta, Phi Sigma Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Events Calendar

January:

18: IFC/PC Risk Management Training, 5pm, Location: Heth 43

19: All Presidents Meeting - 6pm, Bonnie Combo Room

20: IFC/PC Risk Management Training, 6pm, Location Heth 43

21: Club Fair (All chapters should participate)

23: Rho Gamma Training/ PC Recruitment Chair/Rho Gamma Educational Session

24: PC Preview

27: PC PNM Orientation

28-31: PC Recruitment

February:

6: NPHC and MGC Workshop

7-8: IFC Recruitment Interviews

9: IFC Bid Offers

11: Deadline to accept IFC bids/ Bid Day

11: NPHC Boule

13: Fraternal Leadership Summit

15: IFC/PC Risk Management Training

22: New Member Academy

23rd: Title IX Presentations: Will take place during each council meeting

26: Polar Plunge – Chapters are encouraged to participate

March:

1: Second Semester Leadership Workshop

5-13: Spring Break

14: Sorority Badge Day (make up due to national day overlapping with spring break)

15: IFC/PC Risk Management Training

20-25: Greek Week

April:

4-9: Traditions Week: Chapters are encouraged to have members participate in the celebration that is designated for their academic year. Chapters cannot hold programs that overlap with Traditions Week events.

4: First Year Field Day

5: HalfWay There

6: Junior Twilight

7: Senior Block Party

9: Traditions Week Final Event

15: NPHC Yard Show

18-21: Radford FSL Mental Health Week

22: All recruitment/new members programming must be completed by this date.

26: New Member Academy

29th: No more chapter events or meetings after 5pm

May:

2-5: Final Exams

6-8: Commencements

Event Details:

IFC/PC Social Event Training:

• Each Interfraterntiy and Panhellenic Council chapter must have 100% of their executive board and at least 80% of the general membership complete the training. Members who completed the training in Fall 2021 do not need to attend again. Chapters that do not have the required percentages of members trained will not be approved to host any social events.

All Presidents Meeting:

• This will be a meeting for all chapter presidents across the four councils. All chapters are required to have proper representation at this meeting. If the president cannot attend due to class conflict, they must notify the FSL office and send another executive officer in their place.

Fraternal Leadership Summit:

• We are excited to announce the inaugural Fraternal Leadership Summit. The Fraternal Leadership Summit will be a one-day conference hosted in Kyle Hall. Chapters will be given attendance expectations based on their chapter size.

Check out our RU Involved page for updates and details about events. 

 

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