IFC Mens Recruitment Information and FAQ

Fall 2020 Recruitment Information

  1. What are the dates for Fall IFC Recruitment? 
    • Due to COVID-19, our dates and format for recruitment are currently subject to change for the health and safety of our students.  As information is made available to us and decisions are made, we will provide you with up-to-date information about the format of recruitment and the specific dates. 
    • Registration Opens June 1, 2020.  Men interested in participating in recruitment should register HERE. During recruitment, your student will be able to meet all 13 of our chapters, participate in a philanthropic/service event, hear from a professional speaker and make new friends while going through this process. If you have questions, email Fred Bosshardt the VP of Recruitment at tcuifcvprecruitment@gmail.com.
  2. How do I register for IFC men’s recruitment?
    • Starting June 1st, you can register for IFC men’s recruitment by clicking HERE.
  3. Can fraternities contact my student during the summer? I know for sorority recruitment this isn’t allowed.
    • Fraternities are allowed to reach out to your student during the summer. Our groups are also allowed to have summer events and invite your student to those events.
  4. Can my student receive a bid before school starts?
    • The answer to this question is yes but has some elements of complexity. When you receive a bid, the bid is not binding until the fraternity provides the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life their official bid list and you sign your bid card. For more information about this question, please call the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at 817-257-7281 and speak with the IFC Adviser, David Sommers.
  5. Where can I find previous grade reports for fraternities?
  6. Where can I find previous conduct concerns for fraternities? 
  7. What are the average dues for a new member? 
    • Our average dues for a new member is $1,280 for their first semester in the fraternity. That price will go down to an average $1,100 per semester after your student has been initiated.
  8. If I am from out of state what are my odds of receiving a bid?
    • In the Fall of 2019, more students from out of state received bids to fraternities then students from the state of Texas.
  9. Do I need to move on campus early for recruitment?
    • No, you cannot move on campus early for recruitment. You will move onto campus on your assigned move in date.
  10. How will I receive more information about recruitment after I register?
    • After registering for recruitment, you will received regular communication from Vice President of Recruitment with information about the recruitment process. You can find more information on our website as well as our Instagram.