Thank you for your interest in Fraternity and Sorority Life at Drexel.
Our fraternity and sorority community is composed of students who are dedicated to the spirit of the University and committed to making their college experience unique. Membership in a fraternity or sorority enhances your personal development through a commitment to the ideals of scholarship, leadership, and service. Fraternities and sororities look for students who share similar goals and values while respecting your individuality. Members of the fraternity and sorority community benefit from membership because they have the opportunity to work closely with students who have different interests, beliefs, and attributes while forming lifelong friendships.
Drexel fraternity and sorority members lead the campus in scholarship, philanthropic, and leadership opportunities. In addition, they have a community of support that is consistently available for them. Greek students typically achieve higher academic standards than their peers and are members or leaders of many other campus organizations.
We encourage you to explore the fraternity and sorority community at Drexel University. Drexel University hosts more than 30 chapters ranging in all sizes. Although all embrace the fraternal values of brotherhood/sisterhood, service, scholarship, and leadership, each is unique in its own way.
Find out more about each of the three councils and all the options you have to join a fraternity or sorority at Drexel. If you have questions about joining Drexel's fraternity and sorority community, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
The IFC organizes a formal recruitment period during the fall term. In addition, many individual fraternity chapters host membership recruitment in the winter and spring terms. Men who are interested in participating in these recruitment events are encouraged to contact the IFC VP of recruitment at email@example.com.
Intercultural Greek Council (IGC)
The individual fraternities and sororities in the IGC host their recruitment/rush periods at different points throughout the year. The council hosts IGC Week during the fall term to allow interested members the opportunity to meet each of the organizations in the IGC. For more information about IGC organizations, please contact the IGC president at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the contact page to connect with a specific chapter.
The sororities of the Panhellenic Council host formal recruitment in the fall for all undergraduate women. Sororities eligible to take members will host informal recruitment events during the winter and/or spring terms. To learn more about the Panhellenic recruitment process, contact the Panhellenic Council VP of Recruitment at email@example.com.
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