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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 

  • Full-time, degree-seeking Tulane student
  • Have earned 12 hours with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • In good standing with Tulane (not on disciplinary probation)
Student Affairs - Inspiring Student Success
How to Join

 

Joining Tulane Fraternities and Sororities

The Tulane University Fraternity/Sorority Community participates in deferred recruitment, meaning entering first-time first semester freshmen may not join fraternities and sororities. Deferred recruitment allows students the opportunity to adjust to academic life at Tulane before taking on the additional time commitment of a Greek organization.

During New Student Orientation and throughout each fall semester, there are a variety of events, informational sessions, and meetings where students may sign up for more information and meet current members of the Tulane Greek Community. Those events and dates will be listed on the OFSP web site. Please contact our office or an organization president with questions.

 

Prospective Members

To be eligible to participate in recruitment or intake, prospective members must:  

  • be full-time, degree-seeking Tulane students
  • have earned 12 hours with a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average
  • be in good standing with Tulane (not on disciplinary probation)

These are the minimum requirements set by the university. Each fraternity or sorority has its own policies regarding membership, and many groups have higher requirements.

Please note: The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Programs does not make exceptions to the guidelines regarding hours earned or grade point average. First year students who withdraw from a course and earn fewer than 12 hours will not be allowed to participate in recruitment or intake. Any issues of academic discrepancies (incomplete courses, contested grades, questions of transfer credit, etc.) must be resolved before recruitment or intake begins. Students should consult the recruitment/intake guidelines for the type of organization they hope to join to find the deadlines for resolving academic discrepancies.

Click on the buttons below for detailed information about recruitment and intake for each council:

 

Interfraternity Council       Panhellenic Council       National Pan-Hellenic Council

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 studnaff@tulane.edu