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The Fraternity and Sorority Community are excited to continue to meet and welcome new students onto campus! Recruitment season for many sororities and fraternities is taking place in the month of September. At MTSU, we have three councils that serve as the umbrella group over our individual chapters. Below is information on how your son or daughter can join them:
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at MTSU has seven historically African American chapters composed of three sororities and four fraternities. To learn more about these groups’ intake process, students should follow them on social media platforms. Groups will announce their programming such as forums, service opportunities and tabling through their social media accounts. Students who are interested should attend these events to get to know the members. Additionally, we will host an NPHC Informational on September 19th in the Student Union Ballroom at 7 p.m. For more information, they should contact [email protected].
The Interfraternity Council at MTSU is composed of 11 fraternities. Interested men should attend the IFC sponsored tabling efforts from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on Monday, August 28th and Tuesday, August 29th on the first floor of the Student Union. IFC chapters will host many events to allow potential members to get to know and learn about the different groups on campus. Interested students should contact the FSL Coordinator at [email protected].
The College Panhellenic Council at MTSU is composed of 6 NPC sororities and one associate member sorority. Formal Recruitment is the best way to meet all six National Panhellenic Conference sororities at MTSU. As a new or returning student at MTSU, formal recruitment allows you to get connected on campus and form a network of close friends within just a few days. Recruitment is a weekend-long (September 14th–18th) series of events, coordinated by the Panhellenic Council, where the chapters get to know you, and you get to know the women of each chapter. To register for recruitment, women should visit www.mtsu.edu/fsl/. The associate member group is a Latina Sorority, and their intake process is similar to that of NPHC, and interested students should follow them on social media.
If you have any questions about Fraternity and Sorority Life at MTSU please contact FSL Director, Leslie Merritt, at [email protected].
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