Joining a fraternity or sorority is a lifetime commitment and joining the UW-Whitewater Greek Community mean you are joining our family. To join, our community standards have set the following requirements to join:
Our community has two styles of recruiting or attaining new members. Those are formal or informal recruitment and intake processes. Each is defined below:
Formal Recruitment is the primary selection period of the year for potential new members that include scheduled events for entertaining and selecting new members. In the fall prospective members have the opportunity to learn more about each sorority or fraternity that participates in formal recruitment. This process allows individuals to become acquainted with each organization to make an informed decision about membership.
Looking to join one of our Panhellenic Council Sororities?
Express interest in the Fall Formal Recruitment Process Here (Link to form – get from Tyler/Jan)
Looking to join one of our Interfraternity Council fraternities?
Fall Formal Recruitment Information COMING SOON!
An intake process is the educational process that one goes through in order to become a member of an organization. This process is different for each organization that does intake. In general, a potential new member decides which organization to join by showing interest towards a particular organization in ways such as attending the organization's events, contacting the president of the organization, etc.
UW-Whitewater Greek Organizations that Participate in Intake:
To learn more about the organizations that use the intake process, please email us as at Greeks@uww.edu.