Interfraternity Council Recruitment takes place twice a year in the Fall and Spring semesters. Spring IFC Recruitment is available to second year students and transfers. All potential new members must have achieved at least a 2.6 GPA, and have completed at least one semester at a college or university (no less than 12 credit hours). Please read the Rules and Policies for IFC Recruitment and know the expectations in Student Code of Conduct before you start the fraternity recruitment process.
CLICK HERE to REGISTER for SPRING RECRUITMENT. Please contact the OFSL with any questions or concerns.
In order to be eligible to participate in a Greek organization, one must have completed at least the first semester of freshmen year and achieved an overall GPA of no less than 2.6.
Why should you join?
Most students get involved in Greek Life because it provides them with opportunities for leadership, service, improved scholastic resources and lifelong friendships. Getting involved in the Villanova Greek Community is a positive experience that expands a Villanova student’s horizons and enables them to be involved in many facets of university life.
At Villanova you will be faced with many great opportunities and with that comes many, sometimes difficult, decisions. Making the decision to go through fraternity recruitment can offer you the chance to meet and find a community of people who share your interests and values.
Greek organizations can help you find your niche on campus, be your home away from home, offer resources to help you achieve your academic goals, provide a network of connections both during college and as an alumni, let you play on that winning intramural team, and give you a group of friends that will cheer you on when you're successful, and who will support you when the going gets tough.
Check out the hundreds of significant men and women who made the decision to join a fraternity or sorority.
Hazing Policy: Hazing, in any form, is strictly prohibited by Villanova University, the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, and the local and national offices of each recognized fraternity. New members should not tolerate such behavior as it does not promote friendship and trust but rather serves to break down moral and the notion of community upon which Villanova University was founded.