Are you interested in giving back to the community? What about finding lifelong friends? Or developing leadership skills and becoming a part of a national network or support? Then joining a fraternity or sorority may be for you!
Fraternity and sorority life at UCO has been around for more than 60 years with more than 20 organizations that are a part of the Panhellenic (NPC), Inter-fraternity (IFC), National Pan-Hellenic (NPHC) or Unified Greek councils. Joining Greek Life allows you to participate in service, philanthropy and civic engagement; helps you achieve academic excellence in your journey toward a degree; builds leadership skills; and, develops relationships among each organization and across the Fraternity and Sorority Life community. The basis of fraternities and sororities is fostering brotherhood and sisterhood while helping each member develop their individual potential.
Being in a sorority or fraternity can also prepare you for success during college and after graduation. Research shows that those in Greek organizations are 20% more likely to graduate. Plus, 85% of Fortune 500 CEOs are members of Greek organizations. *
You can learn more information about all of Central’s chapters in this year’s viewbook.
If you’re interested in registering for Panhellenic Recruitment, you can register here. Registration will close at 11:50 p.m. Thursday, August 22, 2019.
Independent sororities host their own recruitment events. Following all organization’s social media pages is a good way to keep up to date with their upcoming events. You can also submit the online interest form.
To participate in IFC recruitment activities, submit the online recruitment registration form. Chapters host recruitment year-round with most events occurring in the summer and early fall.
Multicultural Greek Council will host their own recruitment events. Following all organization’s social media pages is a good way to keep up to date with their upcoming events. You can also complete the unified Greek council interest form.
The NPHC recruitment process is called Membership Intake and occurs at various times throughout the school year as each NPHC chapter conducts its own unique process. The start of the process for each group is generally an informational meeting. Those meetings will be advertised through campus flyers and will be available in the Office of Student Engagement at the start of the semester. You can also complete the NPHC interest form.
Need more information? For answers to common questions and more in-depth information about sorority recruitment, contact the Office of Student Engagement at 405-974-2363 or email@example.com.
If you’d like to learn more ways you can get involved on campus, visit Central’s Student Life page.
*”Examining the Benefits of Greek Life,” Nicole Glass, USA Today, 2012.