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Sorority & Fraternity Recruitment

You don’t have to be sure of your plans before going through recruitment. This is a time to help you make a choice about Greek affiliation. Baker’s seven residential fraternities and sororities host formal recruitment in August. Recruitment is a perfect time to meet other students, learn whether a sorority or fraternity is for you and possibly find your place in Baker’s Greek system. If nothing else, give yourself the opportunity to meet new people.

Fraternity recruitment is free, and the fee for sorority recruitment is $25. Please use the links below to view the schedules and register online for recruitment.

Interfraternity Council | Aug. 27-30

Panhellenic Council | Aug. 17-20

National Pan-Hellenic Council

  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will host an informational meeting in August.

Fraternity Recruitment Events

Tuesday, August 20

7 p.m. | Fraternity Information Night

Meet in Mabee 100 to find out more about fraternity life from individual chapter leadership. This is a can’t-miss event for recruitment. Have your questions answered and learn about the fraternity recruitment process.

Wednesday, August 21

6:45 p.m. | House Tours

Meet in the Long Student Center lobby to attend chapter house tours. This is your opportunity to see your potential home away from home.

Tuesday, August 27

7 p.m. | Individual Chapter Events

Each house will host a mixer for the evening. Pick a house of your choice, interact with the members, and enjoy the activities!

  • Delta Tau Delta – 604 Fifth St.
  • Kappa Sigma – 1215 Eighth St.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon – 412 Sixth St.
  • Zeta Chi – 903 Eighth St.

Wednesday, August 28

7 p.m. | Individual Chapter Events

Each house will host a mixer for the evening. Pick a house of your choice, interact with the members, and enjoy the activities!

  • Delta Tau Delta – 604 Fifth St.
  • Kappa Sigma – 1215 Eighth St.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon – 412 Sixth St.
  • Zeta Chi – 903 Eighth St.

Thursday, August 29

7 p.m. | Individual Chapter Events

Each house will host a mixer for the evening. Pick a house of your choice, interact with the members, and enjoy the activities!

  • Delta Tau Delta – 604 Fifth St.
  • Kappa Sigma – 1215 Eighth St.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon – 412 Sixth St.
  • Zeta Chi – 903 Eighth St.

Friday, August 30

10 a.m – 2 p.m. | Bid Acceptance

Drop off your bid card in the Long Student Center lobby and pick up your first shirt with the letters of your Greek chapter. This shirt is just the beginning of your brotherhood experience at Baker!

Sorority Recruitment Events

Saturday, August 17

3 – 5 p.m. | Sorority Chapter House Tours

Following move-in, visit the sorority chapters with your parents and family members to see what sorority life is all about. Meet the house directors, see the common living areas and members’ rooms, and ask questions of current members! Maps can be obtained at a sorority life information table in the residence hall lobbies or the Long Student Center lobby.

  • Alpha Chi Omega (403 Eighth St.)
  • Delta Delta Delta (816 Fremont St.)
  • Zeta Phi Beta (Alumni Center)
  • Zeta Tau Alpha (503 Ninth St.)

9 p.m. | Deadline to Register for Recruitment

Don’t miss the deadline to register for sorority recruitment with the Panhellenic Council.

Sunday, August 18

1:30 – 5:30 p.m. | Philanthropy Event

Meet in the Long Student Center lobby to attend the first round of formal recruitment events. Visit all three Panhellenic Council chapters to learn about each organization’s philanthropy.

Monday, August 19

1 – 5 p.m.Sisterhood Event

Meet in the Long Student Center lobby to visit the chapters to learn more about the sisterhood bond and memories made within each chapter.

Tuesday, August 20

9:20 a.m. – 1 p.m. Preference Event

Meet in the Long Student Center to visit one or two chapters to hear more in-depth stories and experiences of chapter members.

6:30 – 8:30 p.m. | Bid Night & Membership Distribution | Long Student Center Lobby

Receive your bid cards and an invitation to your new sorority chapter.

What to Wear

Philanthropy Rounds | Casual Cute

During this low-key event, chapters inform you about their philanthropy and the work they do for their organizations. Shorts, jeans and pants are appropriate.

Sisterhood Rounds | Dressy

Chapters will highlight their sisterhood and some of the fun things they do. Pants, skirts, sundresses are appropriate.

Preference Rounds | Semiformal

Visit one or two chapters to hear more in-depth stories and experiences of chapter members. A nice skirt or dress is appropriate.

CONTACT US

Josh Doak
Assistant Director of Student Life
Office: Long Student Center 205
785.594.8443
jdoak@bakerU.edu

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