Sorority Formal Recruitment
Registration is open to any and all NMSU women who meet the following requirements!
- Currently enrolled at NMSU main-campus as a full-time student (12 credits)
- Have a 2.0 minimum GPA (or high school equivalent)
Only five of the chapters pictured above will be participating in Fall 2018 Formal Recruitment.
Are you interested in getting involved on campus? Looking for leadership opportunities? Are you trying to find a support system away from home? These, plus many more, are all benefits of sorority membership! Reach out to email@example.com with any questions you may have regarding sorority recruitment at New Mexico State University or feel free to contact the Greek Life Office at 575-646-3200.
Important Dates Fall 2018
Sorority Orientation, Wednesday, August 22 @ 5:00 p.m. in the Corbett Auditorium – This is an informational session where you will be able to find out what to expect during the Recruitment process, see examples of what to wear on each day of Recruitment and meet the girls guiding you through the process.
Sorority Recruitment, August 24-27 – This process will allow you to travel from house to house meeting the girls from each chapter. You will learn about the chapters sisterhood, philanthropy and traditions. This is the time where you will be able to find your home away from home and meet the girls that will become sisters.
What is Recruitment?
Recruitment is the term used for the period of recruitment of new members for sororities. Fall Post-Formal recruitment and Spring recruitment consists of informal open houses and chapter events. Not all chapters participate in this ongoing membership drive due to multiple issues, such as current chapter size.
Message to Prospective Sorority Women
As a student at the University, there are a wealth of opportunities with which you may enrich your experience. As you seek your niche at NMSU, we encourage you to consider the Panhellenic Sorority system, beginning with recruitment in the 2018-2019 academic year. Greek women are everywhere around campus—they are student leaders, athletes, and scholars. The very diversity of our extracurricular and academic involvement is a testament to the comprehensive nature of our system. Each of our chapters is unique, and we urge you to explore them all. Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment is non-binding and is a memorable endeavor in and of itself. The many benefits offered by this event, both tangible and intangible, make it one of the most worthwhile opportunities presented to you during your time here. Having the chance to meet new people, both fellow potential new members and sorority women, while enjoying social events, dinners and activities, makes sorority recruitment a remarkable experience. Sororities have been a source of leadership, sisterhood, and revelry at NMSU for over 100 years, and we invite you to help build upon their legacy. Please enjoy all the resources available on this website, including recruitment dates, FAQs and chapter information. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing many of you out for Recruitment!
Chapters can login to the ICS system with their username and password by clicking on the below link.
If your chapter needs their information please contact the Interim Greek Advisor (575-646-3200). Please note login information is restricted to Chapter President, Recruitment Chair, and Chapter Advisor.
Recruitment Infraction Reports
The NPC Infraction process is put in place to help assure a equitable and democratic for all chapters, members, and potential members. The NPC judicial process encourages sororities to resolve alleged infractions in a timely and informal manner. However, if respectful, informal conversations are unsuccessful than a formal infraction notice should be submitted to the Panhellenic Council and Recruitment Team. Formal infraction’s may be submited by the following individuals: 1) Chapter President, 2) Chapter executive board/officer member, 3) College Panhellenic officer, 4) Greek Life advisor.
Click Here to submit a formal infraction report.