Participating in Fraternity and Sorority Life can be an incredibly rewarding and transformative experience. Students involved in fraternities and sororities have the opportunity to build lifelong friendships while developing valuable leadership skills and giving back to the university community and local causes.
The decision to join a fraternity or sorority is personal and can sometimes be difficult. We highly encourage interested students to learn as much as possible and ask questions about the various groups, recruitment and/or intake processes, and expectations of membership before joining, so they can make informed decisions.
All students must have completed at least one full semester at Villanova or have transferred with at least one semester of credits to be eligible for recruitment or intake. Additionally, students hoping to participate in the recruitment process must have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA. Although this is the minimum GPA required to participate in recruitment (set by the Office of Student Involvement), it does not guarantee membership, as many chapters maintain their own GPA requirements that are higher than the Office of Student Involvement's requirement of 2.75. All students must also be in good disciplinary standing with the university to participate in the recruitment or intake processes.
Mock Recruitment is a program offered by the Panhellenic Council to help students gain a better understanding of what to expect during the recruitment process in January 2019. This process is in no way connected to the actual recruitment process, nor does it act as an extension of the process. It is simply meant to prepare you for what to expect in January so there are no surprises!
Mock Recruitment is not a required program. If you participated in the recruitment process last year or you are unable to attend due to other commitments, that is completly fine. If you are interested and available to participate on November 10 or November 11th please register by clicking below:
will take place on
Saturday and Sunday, November 10th & 11th
1:00 - 3:00pm
Register here for more details and information.
Recruitment Info Session is designed to to help women meet other women who are planning to participate in the recruitment process in January 2019. While Mock Recruitment helps students to understand what to expect during the recruiment process, Recruitment Info Session is designed to help students connect with each other and get to know the recruitment counselors as well as the Panhellenic Council members.
Recruitment Info Session is not a required program. If you participated in the recruitment process last year or you are unable to attend due to other commitments, that is completly fine. If you are interested and available to attend, we would love to see you! There is no registration for this event, all are welcome. See below for details.
RECRUITMENT INFO SESSION
will take place on:
Tuesday, December 4th
Connelly Center Villanova Room.
Panhellenic Recruitment registration will be open from Sunday, November 11th at 8:00am to Sunday, January 6th at 11:59pm. The fee for Panhellenic Recruitment is $130. This fee covers covers all expenses related to the coordination of the Panhellenic recruitment process, as well as a recruitment gift bag, food during the recruitment process, transprotation, recruitment materials, and resources for students participating.
Before you complete the online registration process. please make sure you are prepared to answer questions about your legacy status (i.e. family members’ sorority affiliations), recruitment history, emergency contact information, and college and high school involvement. You will not be able to make changes once you submit the form. Also, please be prepared to pay the REGISTRATION FEE of $130.00 when completing the online registration form.
Fall 2018 Interfraternity Council Recruitment took place September 11 - 20, 2018.
PLEASE NOTE: Freshmen are not eligble for IFC Recruitment until Spring Semester.
To participate all potential new members:
If you are interested in participating in IFC Recruitment, you must:
The individual fraternities and sororities within MGC host their own recruitment and/or intake processes at different times throughout the year. You can also learn more information about the Multicultural Greek Council, expectations of membership, and recruitment and/or intake timelines at the following Individual Organization Websites.