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Interested in joining a Fraternity or Sorority?

Click icons below to explore processes to join chapters of each council.

Interfraternity Council Panhellenic Council National Pan-Hellenic Council



Interfraternity Council

If you are interested in joining an IFC fraternity, recruitment takes place primarily at the beginning of each semester.  Each chapter conducts recruitment individually and hosts activities on and off campus. IFC will be hosting several events to assist new members is learning more about the chapters and the recruitment process.

All potential new members must register for recruitment to verify membership eligibility requirments are met. Students must be enrolled full time with the University (minimum of 12 credit hours).  Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors must have a minimum 2.5 collegiate GPA.  First year and transfer students are eligible to join their first semester.

Panhellenic Council

Fall semester Panhellenic sorority recruitment is a mutually selective process between potential new members and the chapters at UNCW. Potential new members will have a chance to meet each of the sororities during the week, narrowing their choice to the one chapter which is the best fit. At the end of recruitment events, potential new members may receive an invitation to become a member of one of UNCW's sororities. 

At this point in time, Panhellenic has completed fall primary recruitment, if you are interested in learning about further opportunities, please let us know. 

National Pan-Hellenic Council

NPHC follows a process called intake. Individuals who are interested in joining an NPHC chapter should take the time to do research on the organization, attend their programs, and introduce themselves to the members. For more information about the intake process visit the NPHC Intake Website. You can learn more about each chapter by visiting the UNCW National Pan-Hellenic Council websiteFor more information on the intake process, please contact Ebony Wofford-wofforde@uncw.edu