Thank you for your interest in joining the Interfraternity Council(IFC) fraternity community at Gettysburg! Fraternities have been a positive influence on the Gettysburg community since 1855. The information below provides important dates and guidelines for successful participation in the IFC recruitment process. If you have additional questions, please contact the Vice President for Recruitment, JD McPartlan at firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting the Office of Greek Organizations in CUB 220.
Interfraternity Council Important Dates and Fall Recruitment Information
Registration is required for any man interested in participating in recruitment, or rush, each year. The earlier that a man registers for recruitment, the earlier chapters will receive his information as an interested candidate and will receive additional information from the Interfraternity Council (IFC). There is a fee to participate in recruitment and this year that fee has been set at $20. This fee helps to offset the costs associated with recruitment and will include a recruitment t-shirt that is provided to all registered men. In order to complete the recruitment registration process, an interested man must complete the online registration, pay the registration fee and complete the grade and conduct release waivers. A link to recruitment registration and payment links are provided below:
It is important to fully consider the decision to join a fraternity. All of Gettysburg's fraternities are part of national or international organizations whose chpters all share the same values, philanthropic partners and form an invaluable membership network. Please be sure to learn more about both the local chapters and inter/national organizations prior to recruitment. The Reports and Statistics link at the top of the page contains comparison information, GPA information, and basic information on all of Gettysburg's Fraternities and Sororities.
REQUIREMENTS FOR JOINING AN IFC FRATERNITY
There are a number of expectations for students who join a Greek organization: