Greek Life at the University of North Georgia (UNG) is located at the Dahlonega campus, but any UNG student who meets the below criteria may seek membership.
To be eligible to seek membership in a Greek organization at UNG, the student must be enrolled in a baccalaureate program. In addition, they must meet the following criteria before pursuing membership in a Greek organization:
- 2.3 minimum GPA (some chapters do expect higher as designated by their Inter/national and local policies)
- 12 credit hours completed at UNG (any campus).
- Full-time student status in a baccalaureate program.
- Cadets must be off Quarters (2.5 GPA and 14 credit hours)
- Student Involvement Fair: August 31
- Greekapalooza: September 1, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Promenade
- Panhellenic Recruitment Info Session: September 21, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Hoag Auditorium
- Greek Life Info Session at Gainesville: September 28, 12:00-1:00 p.m., Robinson Ballroom (Gainesville Campus)
- New Member 101: October 20
- The Interfraternity Council and the eight chapters it governs holds recruitment during September and early January for eligible candidates.
- All students are able to visit the chapters at their open houses and philanthropy events throughout the semester. Check back here for more information.
Alpha Phi Alpha participates in a separate intake process from fraternity recruitment.
- The Panhellenic Council and the six chapters it governs hold formal recruitment in mid-January and host open houses during the fall semester.
- All students are able to visit the chapters at their open houses and philanthropy events throughout the semester.
Cost: $40.00 (Early Bird through November 11); $45.00 (November 11-January 9)
Spring Sorority Recruitment 2017
- Sorority Recruitment Orientation - January 10, 2017 at 6:00PM, Hoag Auditorium
- Sorority Recruitment Weekend - January 13-January 16, 2017
Also, please feel free to join our portal on OrgSync to be included on updates.
Letters of Recommendation:
Recruitment recommendations are in no way required for participation in sorority recruitment, but if you would like to provide them each organization has a different format that it receives recommendations. Please contact the organization directly for information regarding submitting recommendations.
Letters of recommendation may also be turned in to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Engagement (309 Hoag Student Center).
Recruitment counselors are disaffiliated sorority women who assist potential new members through their formal recruitment process. All women participating in formal recruitment will be assigned to one or more recruitment counselors in small groups as their point of contact and a source of support.