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If you are interested in joining an NPC Sorority (Alpha Delta Pi, Chi Omega, Kappa Delta, or Phi Mu), you should participate in the NPC Sorority Formal Recruitment.

If you are interested in joining an NPHC Sorority (Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc or Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc), you should participate in the NPHC Membership Intake.

If you are interested in joining a men's fraternity (Pi Kappa Phi or Alpha Tau Omega), you should participate in the Fraternity Recruitment.

Meet the Greeks Expo:  August 27, 2017- Crown Room- 2:30-3:30 PM

During Welcome Week come out and meet members of Fraternity & Sorority Life! Ask them questions about their values, recruitment process, time obligations, really anything that you would like to know about Fraternity & Sorority Life at Queens University of Charlotte. Each chapter will be represented so come and learn about our community! Light refreshments will be available!

Formal NPC Sorority Recruitment Sign-Ups

Registration for Formal Recruitment is completed online through the ICS website. You may register on your own over the summer, or you may stop by a table in Trexler during lunch or dinner during the first few weeks of class to sign up. CLICK HERE to REGISTER TODAY!

Panhellenic Pre-Recruitment Events

  • Panhellenic Social: Aug. 29- Diana Fountain- 9:30 PM
  • Grill & Chill: Sept. 1- Clock Tower- 4:00 PM
  • Potential New Member Orientation: Sept. 6- Ketner Auditorium- 9:30 PM
  • Greek Village Open House: Sept. 7- Greek Village (Bottom of Wireman) - 8:00 PM
  • Panhellenic Circle of Sisterhood Philanthropy Social: Sept. 13- - 7:00 PM
  • Formal Recruitment - Friday, September 15th - Sunday, September 17th
    • Sisterhood Round- Visit all 4 chapters
    • Philanthropy Round- Visit up to 3 chapters
    • Preference Round- Visit up to 2 chapters
    • Bid Day - Sunday, September 17th
      • At 10:00 am meet in the Levine Center lobby, your Pi Chi's will be delivering your bid from the chapter you were matched with. If you accept your bid, you will run to the Hall Brown Terrace in the Residential Quad, where you will be shirted and greeted by your new sisters!

Fraternity Recruitment

Fraternity Recruitment Registration - NOW - September 21ST

Sign up at the Recruitment Information Table or USE THIS LINK TO REGISTER:

Fraternity Recruitment - September 17 - September 22

Sunday, September 17th
Kickoff - 1:30 PM -5:00 PM

Presentations & Cookout/Dodgeball
Location: Levine Center

Monday, September 18th
Pi Kappa Phi -6:00 PM
Meet and Greet (Grill Out & Football/Soccer)
Location: South Lawn

Alpha Tau Omega- 8:30 PM
Water balloon Capture the Flag, water balloon Football, & Dodgeball.
Location: Myers Park Traditional Elementary School Fields.

Tuesday, September 19th
Alpha Tau Omega- 6:00 PM
Trivia Night
Location: Crown Room

Pi Kappa Phi- 8:30 PM
Bowling at Park Lanes
Location: Park Lanes Montford

Wednesday, September 20th
Alpha Tau Omega- 6:00 PM
FIFA tournament (and other console games).
Location: Einsteins Student Commons

Pi Kappa Phi- 8:30 PM
Wheelchair Basketball
Location: TBD

Thursday, September 21st
Pi Kappa Phi-6:00 PM
Game Night & Pizza
Location: Pi Kappa Phi Lodge (Greek Village)

Alpha Tau Omega- 8:30 PM
Bonfire & S'mores
Location: Residential Quad Fire Pit

Friday, September 22nd
Bid Day- 1:00 PM-3:00pm
Accepted Potential Members are asked to wait in their rooms during this time for bids and may then meet for their acceptance at 4:00pm.

Pi Kappa Phi Location: TBD
Alpha Tau Omega Location: TBD

NPHC Membership Intake

Queens has two organizations recognized as a member the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). That organizations are Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. This NPHC sorority is a historically African-American sorority but is open to all students. The requirements for membership consideration include: a cumulative and current C+ average, full-time student status during the present and prior term, an official sealed transcript embossed with the university seal and an unofficial transcript, a letter of interest, two letters of reference, a completed undergraduate membership interest application, and one or more completed evidence of community/campus involvement forms. For more information regarding any of the Recruitment, Rush, or Membership Intake processes, please contact Jarrod Rudd, the Assistant Director of Student Engagement for Fraternity and Sorority Life, at

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