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Fraternity & Sorority Membership Intake & Recruitment Update:
Fraternity and Sorority Life Recruitment and Intake processes will take place in the Fall 2020 semester after classes have resumed, and largely via virtual means to do our best to ensure everyone’s health and safety. For 2020 Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council recruitment processes, students do not need to move on-campus prior to their scheduled move-in time set by TCU Housing and Residence Life.
Panhellenic sorority (women’s) recruitment registration opens June 15, 2020, and Interfraternity Council fraternity (men’s) recruitment registration opened June 1, 2020. Registration links and additional information can be accessed at TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life.
National Pan-Hellenic Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and Independent Greek Council processes will take place later in the Fall 2020 semester. These councils will provide virtual opportunities to connect and learn more about their organizations throughout Summer 2020, and intend to participate in the TCU Activities Fair. Date for the Activities Fair is still pending, but for more information on the TCU Activities Fair and all other TCU Student Organizations, please visit Student Development Services- Student Organizations.
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Any events scheduled for Summer 2020 should be conducted primarily via virtual means and adhere to all CDC, local, and state regulations. All recruitment and intake events must be alcohol free.
Fraternity and Sorority Life at Texas Christian University began in 1955 when the first fraternity chapter was established. Fifty years and thousands of members later, the Greek Community is thriving and now offers 43 fraternities and sororities.