How Do I Become a Member?
To become a member of a Greek Letter organization, you must go through the process of recruitment. Recruitment, simply stated, is the membership selection process. Across the nation, universities execute this process at the beginning of their fall or spring semester. Here at OSU our recruitment process is informal, meaning that the bulk of our recruitment occurs during the summer. Oklahoma State's Interfraternity Council (IFC) has implemented a registration process for potential new members of OSU fraternities.
Before a young man can commit to affiliating with a fraternity, also known as signing, he must complete the IFC Registration. After the application and registration fee are received by The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, the recruit may sign with the fraternity of his choice that has extended him a bid.
Please reference this link to help understand our process: Steps to Recruitment
For more information about our fraternities, please follow this link: 2017 Fraternity Way Magazine
Register for Recruitment:
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Recruitment
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Men's Recruitment Registration is now open. Please CLICK HERE to register!
**There is a $50 fee at the end of registration that is exclusively for IFC Recruitment Registration.
There is no formal Men's Recruitment process or Recruitment Week.
What Else to Expect:
Throughout the summer, individual fraternities will contact potential new members. Each chapter has different features, advantages and benefits. It is important to note, the best fit chapter for you may not be the best fit for a friend or classmate.
Signing Day is the first day fraternities are allowed to sign prospective new members. Keep in mind that this is the first day, and you will have the opportunity to sign with a house all summer. Signing Day will be June 24, 2017. Each fraternity holds their own signing day event, which all vary by times and venues.
For those of you unable to attend Greek Discovery Day, you can get involved by contacting the IFC Recruitment Coordinator. He can answer any other questions you may have about the recruitment process and inform you of any other IFC sponsored events that would be beneficial to your recruitment process.
Please remember that Interfraternity Recruitment at Oklahoma State University it a substance-free process. Any group who violates this concept is suspect and recruits should very closely evaluate that organization's values and standards.
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