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Sorority
UNIVERSITY OF
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
Greek Life
UCO
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International
Services
Life
ITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
ational Services
International Services
International
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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
International
Services
International Services
2011-2012
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
Greek Life
A Division of Student Affairs
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Scholarship
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Leadership
Life-long friends
Memories that last
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How to Register for
Recruitment
Registration for Panhellenic Recruitment
To participate in Fall Formal Recruitment, the online recruitment registration form, registration
fee of $35, an official transcript and an optional picture (a senior picture is suggested) must
be submitted.
Register online at any time at www.uco.edu/greek. Click on “Panhellenic Recruitment” and
complete the online registration form. The cost to register is $35 before July 31 and $45
between August 1-24.
The registration fee is non-refundable.
You can register online at:
www.uco.edu/greek
Click on “Panhellenic Recruitment”
Rho Gamma…
Your Best Friend During
Recruitment
A Rho Gamma is a woman who is a sorority
member at UCO. She was selected by
her peers to help Potential New Members
(PNMs) through the Recruitment process.
She has disaffiliated from her chapter to
perform these duties without bias, in order
to give PNMs the best possible experience.
Rho Gammas have participated in hours
of training to prepare for their role in
Recruitment. You can get to know your Rho
Gamma at Orientation. She is available
to help you answer questions and decide
what chapter is best for you based on your
interests and needs. They are available any
time, day or night, to handle problems and
offer guidance in a one-on-one situation.
Use your Rho Gamma, confide in her and
ask her questions. She exists to help you!
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Map of Panhellenic
Sororities
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What you need
to know about Recruitment
Orientation
Friday, August 26, 6 p.m.
What happens: Orientation is the chance for you to meet your Rho Gamma
(Recruitment Counselor) and other potential new members. You’ll also have a chance
to learn what Recruitment is all about and how it works. You will learn everything there
is to know about Sorority Recruitment and enjoy a fun group activity afterwards. Your
attendance at this event is highly encouraged.
What to Wear: Think casual and comfortable. You won’t be meeting with chapter
members during this round, so comfort is key!
Round One: Open House
Saturday, August 27, 9 a.m. or 2 p.m.
What Happens: The first day of recruitment is filled with
excitement and activity. You will have the opportunity
to meet each of the chapters through house tours and
displays, as well as your first introduction to members.
Chapter members will greet you with chants, clapping
and lots of smiles. You will need to arrive at either 9 a.m.
or 2 p.m. depending on when your group is assigned to
start recruitment. This information will be shared with
you at the Orientation session on August 26.
What to Wear: Again, comfort is key! On Day 1, you will
be provided with a Recruitment T-shirt to wear to the
events. Pair the shirt with shorts, capris, or a skirt. And, wear comfortable
shoes!
Round Two: Theme Day
Sunday, August 28, 11 a.m.
What Happens: This day of Recruitment highlights the fun side
of Greek membership! Chapters might tell you about their
activities, involvement, philanthropic service projects or even
share a video highlighting their involvement over the past
year. Sit back and be entertained, while getting more detailed
information about each organization. This night should help you
determine where you could excel in each chapter. Women will
visit a maximum of three chapters this day.
What to Wear: For theme night, attire is a bit dressier. Fun dresses,
skirts, tops and accessories are recommended, but shorts, formal
dresses and uncomfortable shoes should not be worn.
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What you need
to know about Recruitment
Round Three: Preference Night
Monday, August 29, 4:30 p.m.
What Happens: Of all the nights in Recruitment, Preference
is the time for chapter members to share with you what
they value most about being a part of their chapter. You
will visit a maximum of two chapters during this round.
Typically, chapters share a ceremony or ritual with you.
These may include singing, senior or alumnae speakers,
and other traditional activities. On this night, you will
begin to understand what sisterhood means to a chapter.
Behind the skits and chants lies a deep sisterhood that
has touched the lives of these women. As you get an
inside look at this bond, you should begin to see where
you belong and where you can excel as a member.
What to Wear: Semi-formal dress, cocktail dress or a
nice skirt and top are recommended along with dress
shoes or sandals.
Bid Day
Tuesday, August 30, 5:15 p.m.
What Happens: The conclusion of Recruitment is finally
here! On this exciting day you will receive your bid and
become a new member of one of our awesome sororities.
You will also have the chance to spend the evening with
your new sorority doing special activities while getting to
know all of your new sisters! Parents are invited to attend
the main event on the south end of the Nigh University
Center (beginning at 5:30 p.m.), but are encouraged to
let their daughter meet the chapters on their own during
each individual chapter’s Bid Day festivities.
What to Wear: Jeans, shorts, capris, t-shirts and
cute tops are best! Don’t wear dresses, skirts
or uncomfortable shoes as many chapters have
celebratory activities which may not suit this type of apparel.
Please Note: For an optimum Recruitment experience it is suggested you clear your schedule from
work and outside obligations as much as possible for these days. The Panhellenic Council is able to
work with outside requests and class schedules to an extent, but they encourage you to remain as
flexible as possible. Concerns with scheduling can be addressed at the Orientation session. Potential
Members with scheduling concerns that might deter them from participating in Recruitment should
contact the Greek Life office to discuss solutions for potential scheduling conflicts.
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Chapter: Epsilon Nu
Founded: May 30, 1904 at Syracuse University
Philanthropy: Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation (benefiting diabetes research, scholarship and leadership opportunities for members) and The Leadership Institute,
a national women’s leadership development initiative.
Flower: Red and Buff Roses
Mascot: Squirrel
Colors: Red, Buff, and Green
Famous Members: Amber Brkich, Rita Coolidge, former Edmond Mayor Saundra
Naiefeh, former UCO VP of Leadership, Cheryl Steele, Karen McCullah Lutz
(screenwriter, Legally Blond).
Fun Fact: First woman’s group to be established as an International fraternity.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2011 Greek Week Team Champions; 2011
Greek Week Spring Sing Champions; National Annulet Award for Top Chapter 2009;
Panhellenic Woman of the Year 2007 and 2010; Homecoming Queen 2006-2009,
International Rose Bowl Award for scholarship; Freshman Queen 2009; Miss UCO
3rd Runner-up 2009; Homecoming champions 2006-2010; Greek Week Spring Sing
champions 2008; Highest Panhellenic GPA Spring 2008, Fall 2010 and Spring 2011.
Founded at UCO: 1960
Website: www.alphagammadelta.org
Local Website: http://uco.alphagammadelta.org
,
Inspire the Woman
Impact the World
Alpha gamma Delta
“Alpha gam”
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Chapter: Iota Delta
Founded: 1893 at Lombard College
Philanthropy: Autism Speaks
Flower: Pink Killarney Rose
Mascot: BetXi Bear
Colors: Double Blue (light and dark) and Gold
Famous Members: Betsey Johnson, Jen Schefft, Kelly Earnhardt Elledge, Susan
Koepan, Jane Henson, Kim Webster, and Samantha Lindsey.
Fun Fact: Alpha Xi Delta was one of 10 sororities that founded the National
Panhellenic Conference. An Alpha Xi Delta wrote the Panhellenic Creed, which is still
recited nationwide.
Recent Campus Achievements: Greek Week Team Champions 2010; Alpha Xi
Delta Kinsey Slaymaker Academic Award 2009; Top Greek Scholars Fall 2009 and
Spring 2009; Order of Omega Member of the Year 2009 and 2010; Greek Week
Step Show Champions 2009; Greek Momentum Award 2008 and 2009; Panhellenic
Woman of the Year 2008; Greek Week Champions 2007; Spring Sing Champions
2007; Educational Leadership Consultant selected from chapter in 2008/2009.
Founded at UCO: May 1, 1999
Website: www.alphaxidelta.org
Local Website: ucok.alphaxidelta.org
Alpha Xi Delta
“Alpha XI”
Realize Your
Potential
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Chapter: Epsilon Upsilon
Founded: October 24, 1902 at Miami University
Philanthropy: The Starkey Hearing Foundation and House Ear Institute and the Painted Turtle.
Flower: Pink Killarney Rose
Mascot: Turtle
Colors: Rose and Green
Famous Members: Joy Behar, Florence Henderson, Marti Dodson, Nanette
Fabray, Princess Martha of Norway, Mercedes Bates, Dr. Carolyn Leach
Huntoon, Jean Haley Harper, Esther Stassen and Hazel Smith.
Fun Fact: 2nd Largest National Sorority, Largest International Sorority.
Recent Campus Achievements: Homecoming Queen 2010; received Most Sisterly
Chapter Award, Leadership Award, Financial Award, and Most Improved Chapter at
Regional Awards in 2010; Panhellenic Woman of the Year 2009; Greek Week
Champions 2009; 1st Place Greek Week Spring Sing Competition 2009; 2nd Place
Homecoming Float Contest 2009; 3rd Place Homecoming Cheer and Dance 2009;
2nd Place Homecoming 2008; 1st Place Laff Olympics Homecoming 2008; 1st Place
Float Homecoming 2008; 1st Place Shack-a-Thon 2008; Freshman Queen 2006 &
2007; Miss UCO 2006 & 2008; 2nd place in Homecoming Float Contest, 2007.
Founded at UCO: September 11, 1956
Website: www.deltazeta.org
Local Website: www.ucodeltazeta.com
∆Z
DELTA ZETA
Let the Flame
Endure Forever
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Chapter: Delta Chi
Founded: November 9, 1874 at Colby College
Philanthropy: Alzheimer’s Disease Research, Inherit the Earth,
Gerontology, Maine Seacoast Mission
Flower: Violet
Mascot: Dove and Heart
Colors: Lavender and Maroon
Famous Members: Margaret Chase Smith, Maitland Ward and Dr. Rhea Seddon
Fun Fact: Sigma Kappa National Sorority is the number one contributor to Alzheimer’s
Disease Research. The chapter recently celebrated their 50th anniversary at UCO.
Recent Campus Achievements: Panhellenic Chapter of Excellence 2010; Panhellenic
Top Grades Fall 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009; 2011 Greek Week Step Show Champions;
Greek Week Team Champions 2008; Greek Goddess 2008, 2009 and 2010; VP of
UCOSA 2007-2008; Homecoming Queen 2007; Freshman Queen 2010; 1st place
Step Show and Greek Week 2006; Miss UCO 2007; Most Outstanding Organization for
Community Service at UCO 2008 and 2009; Homecoming Queen 2008; 2nd place in
Homecoming 2009 and 2010 cheer and dance competition; 2nd place in Greek Week
step show competition 2009; 1st place in Greek Week Spring Sing 2010.
Founded at UCO: August 29, 1959
Website: www.sigmakappa.org
Local Website: www.ucosigmakappa.com
Sigma Kappa
One Heart,
One Way
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nphc/multicultural greek councils
An all NPHC/Multicultural Greek Council Informational will be held at 6 p.m., September 1, in
the Heritage Room at the Nigh University Center. This is a great opportunity for you to visit with
the chapters and ask questions about the process for membership.
national pan-hellenic council (nphc)
NPHC is the governing body of the historically black fraternities and sororities. The University
of Central Oklahoma has eight of the nine national NPHC chapters. The NPHC recruitment
process is called Membership Intake and occurs at various times throughout the school year as
each NPHC chapter conducts its own unique process. The start of the process for each group is
generally an informational meeting. Those meetings will be advertised through campus flyers and
will be available in the Greek Life office at the start of the semester. Before taking part in intake,
you will need to complete a certain number of credit hours. The minimum for college credit hours
completed is 12 along with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA, but some organizations require more
hours or a higher GPA. It’s best to attend the Informational to discover the requirements for the
organization(s) that interest you.
The four NPHC Sororities at UCO include:
• Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
• Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
• Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
• Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated
multicultural greek council (mgc)
UCO is in the process of establishing its MGC, but already has two sororities who will be
governed by the council on campus. They are Sigma Lambda Gamma, a National Association of
Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) sorority and Phi Delta Alpha, an Asian-interest sorority.
The Multicultural Greek Council will serve as the governing body for the Latino, Asian or other
Greek letter organizations and will seek to provide better communication and interaction
between Multicultural Greeks. The membership process is very similar to that of the NPHC
and is advertised through campus flyers and available in the Greek Life office at the start of the
semester. Both Sigma Lambda Gamma and Phi Delta Alpha take incoming freshman.
Both NPHC and the member organizations of the Multicultural Greek Council put a strong
emphasis on community service, brotherhood and sisterhood, and scholarship.
For more information about any of these chapters, please contact the UCO
Greek Life office at [email protected] or 405-974-2580.
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Chapter: Beta Beta
Founded: January 15, 1908 at Howard University
Philanthropy: Extraordinary Service Program, The Non-Traditional Entrepreneur,
Economic Keys to Success, Economic Growth of the Black Family, Undergraduate
Signature Program: Economic Educational Advancement through Technology, and Health
Resource Management
Flower: Pink Tea Rose
Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green
Famous Members: Gladys Knight, Rosa Parks, Wanda Sykes-Hall, Phylicia Rashad,
Loretta Divine, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Star Jones, Dr. Maya Angelou, Dr. Mae Jemison,
Coretta Scott King, Eleanor Roosevelt, Alicia Keys and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Fun Fact: It was the First African-American sorority founded for women.
Recent Campus Achievements: Outstanding New Greek Member 2010; President
of NAACP Fall 2010; Outstanding NAACP President of Youth and College 2009; BSA
President 2010; Vice President of Finance for the HR Society 2010; Secretary of
SIFE 2010; Greek Week Champions 2009; Community Service Chair of S.T.A.R.S.;
Treasurer for W.O.M.E.N.; UCO Wind Symphony; Miss Black UCO 2006; Greek Week
Board member 2010; Order of Omega.
Founded at UCO: March 31, 1962
Website: www.aka1908.com
Alpha kappa alpha
sorority inc.
By Culture and
By Merit
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Chapter: Iota Omicron
Founded: January 13, 1913 at Howard University
Philanthropy: Adopt-a-Mile, Grace Living Center (OKC), Oklahoma City Juvenile
Detention Center, Infant Crisis Center, Habitat for Humanity, Oklahoma Regional Food
Bank, Sunbeam Family Service
Flower: African-Violet
Colors: Crimson and Crème
Famous Members: Ruby Dee, Keisha Knight Pulliam, Aretha Franklin and Jackie Reid.
Fun Fact: Delta Sigma Theta has more than 200,000 members in 900 chapters worldwide.
Each year the sorority conducts an International Day of Service on the same day with similar
focuses that support the Five Point Thrust. Delta Sigma Theta prides itself on public service.
Recent Campus Achievements: NPHC Chapter of Excellence 2010; UCO Student
Organization of 2010; 2011 Greek Week Step Show Champions; Two McNair scholars; 2006
Highest GPA among NPHC organizations; 2008 ‘Ante Up’ Step Show champions; BSA Step
Show Champions 2009 and 2010; Annual Delta Week BSA Step Show 2nd place 2011; Two
Order of Omega members; Stroll-Off Champions 2010; Two Deans’ Honor Roll recipients
and One President Honor Roll recipient; NAACP President Spring 2011; NPHC
Vice-President, 2010-2011; National Residence Hall Honorary Member; Sigma Tau Delta
Honor Society President; BSA Treasurer; MSO Executive members; Sigma Tau Delta
Convention Presenter.
Date founded at UCO: November 10, 1971
Website: www.deltasigmatheta.org
Intelligence is the
Torch of Wisdom
DELTA sigma theta
sorority inc.
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Chapter: Theta Pi
Founded: November 12, 1922 at Butler University
Philanthropy: Operation Big Book Bag, Buckle-up America,
Project Reassurance.
Flower: Yellow Tea Rose
Mascot: French Toy Poodle
Colors: Royal Blue and Antique Gold
Famous Members: Vaness Bell-Armstrong, Mc Lyte, Ms. Dupre, Kelly Price,
Hattie McDaniel.
Fun Fact: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was the only NPHC female
organization founded on a predominantly white campus
Recent Campus Achievements: NPHC President 2009/2010
Founded at UCO: September 12, 1981
Website: www.sgrho1922.org
sigma gamma rho
sorority inc.
Greater Service
,
Greater Progress
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Chapter: Beta Gamma
Founded: January 16, 1920 at Howard University
Philanthropy: March of Dimes, Stork’s Nest, and Z-HOPE
Flower: White Rose
Mascot: Dove
Colors: Royal Blue and Pure White
Famous Members: Dionne Warwick, Syleena Johnson, Zora Neal Hurston and
Sheryl Underwood.
Fun Fact: Zeta Phi Beta is the only sorority that is constitutionally bound to a
brother fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2009-2010 NPHC Chaplain; 2008-2009 NPHC
President; 2009 Greek Week Champions; 50th Anniversary Celebration in 2010;
Haiti Relief project; MLK Day of Service at Regional Food Bank; March of Dimes
service projects; McNair Scholarships.
Date founded at UCO: February 13, 1960
Website: www.zphib1920.org
cious,
A Community Cons
ganization
Action-Oriented Or
zeta phi beta
sorority inc.
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Chapter: Beta
Founded: February 4th, 2002 at the University of Oklahoma
Philanthropy: Lupus Research
Flower: White Rose
Mascot: Panda
Colors: Pink, Silver, Black, Red & White
Fun Fact: Phi Delta Alpha is the first Asian-interest sorority in Oklahoma
Recent Campus Achievements: Highest Sorority GPA, Spring 2010; Highest
MGC Council GPA, Spring 2010; 2011 Greek Week Step Show Champions; Lupus
Awareness Week; Presidential Award 2007; Spring 2010 Top Sorority GPA;
All-Greek Scholar Spring 2008
Founded at UCO: February 20, 2006
Website: www.phideltaalpha.com
Local Website: www.ucophidee.com
FDA
phi delta alpha
To Be, Rather
than to Seem
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Chapter: Phi Beta
Founded: April 9, 1990 at University of Iowa
Philanthropy: Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness
Flower: Pink Rose
Mascot: Purple Panther
Stone: Purple Amethyst
Colors: Shocking Pink and Majestic Purple
Fun Fact: Sigma Lambda Gamma is a National Latina based sorority was the first
multicultural sorority in the history of UCO!! They are cousins to gentlemen of Phi
Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Recent Campus Achievements: Ms. Hispanic UCO 2011; Top Multicultural Greek
Council GPA in Spring 2008, Fall 2008 and Fall 2010; Highest Greek GPA in
Spring 2006 and Fall 2009.
Founded at UCO: July 11, 2003
Website: www.sigmalambdagamma.com
Culture is Pride,
Pride is Success
SIGMA LAMBDA GAMMA
sorority inc.
welcome to UCO
Welcome to the University of Central Oklahoma! I
applaud your interest in joining a Greek organization.
To become a fraternity or sorority member means
journeying through the university experience with
a friend at your side, and bright opportunity in your
future.
To become Greek means learning about rich
traditions. It means that you will receive
encouragement to reach your full potential as a
person. You will learn more, be part of more; you
will strive … and you will achieve.
Our Greek community at the University of Central Oklahoma is at the forefront of
campus leadership. They hold elective office in student government. They run
important campus endeavors such as Homecoming. They win competitions, and
give back to the community.
If you desire to be part of a supportive network of students who will be lifelong
friends, or you wish to learn leadership skills by doing - - then the Greek life is one
for you. I hope you consider this great lifestyle.
Sincerely,
Kathryn Gage, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Alpha Omicron Chapter
Alpha Delta Pi
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Greek Impact: Leading with Letters
•
Greeks raised nearly $1,400 during Greek Week 2011 for the American
Heart Association Heartwalk.
•
UCO Panhellenic’s fifth annual Mr. Greek UCO pageant yielded nearly $600
in donations for the Oklahomans Against the Trafficking of Humans (OATH).
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Greeks collected more than 4,000 cans during the canned food drive and
sculpture competition in Greek Week 2011.
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Greek students helped the Oklahoma Blood Institute by donating
approximately 500 units during the 2010/2011 academic year.
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The combined GPA of the Panhellenic sororities has exceeded the
all-women’s GPA each consecutive semester since fall 2005.
•
19 individual and/or organizational awards were given to Greek students or
chapters at the 2011 Campus Leadership Awards.
•
Four of the five executive officers of the current UCO Student Association
are Greek.
•
Order of Omega, the Greek honor society, has awarded two UCO Greeks
with national scholarships for the past four years.
•
Since 2009, Greeks served more than 500 local elementary school children
during their annual “Greekster Egg Hunt”.
•
The 2011 Freshman King and Queen were both Greek.
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The 2010 Homecoming King and Queen were both Greek.
•
In March of 2010, more than 100 IFC fraternity men joined together to assist
with efforts at a local neighborhood with Rebuilding Together. This was their
4th year to participate in that type of project during the IFC Day of Service.
FAQs
Q: Do the chapters at UCO haze?
A:
Each Greek organization
enforces a code of standards,
intended to encourage members
to make good decisions, along with a series
of educational programs. In addition, UCO is firmly against hazing
in any form and violators are punished accordingly. A copy of our formal
anti-hazing policy is available in the Greek Life office. Should you ever
encounter hazing in any form, you are asked to contact the Greek
Advisor at 405.974.2580 or [email protected]
Q: What is the time commitment?
A:
As with any organization, you get out what you put in. All organizations
will have some mandatory activities (meetings, ceremonies, etc.).
Although there are some busier times, on average, you can expect a
1-2 evening commitment to chapter activities each week.
Q: Do I have to live in a chapter house?
A:
Not all of our chapters have houses, but the chapters that do love
to have their members live there at some point during their Greek
experience. Some chapters do have a requirement to live in the chapter
house, typically around two semesters. However, they also understand
that you may already have a commitment and can sometimes be
flexible with extenuating circumstances. It’s best to inquire about such
requirements during the membership process. Cooperation and living in
the house help ensure chapters function to the best of their ability.
Q: What about grades? Is there a GPA requirement?
A: Scholarship is very important to each of our organizations. Each group
sets their own scholastic standards for membership, but any student
can look into membership. For Panhellenic, a 2.5 or higher high
school GPA or a 2.3 or higher college GPA is recommended for the
optimum Recruitment experience. For IFC, each chapter sets their own
scholastic standards for membership, but a 2.50 is recommended. For
our NPHC chapters, students will have to wait until they’ve completed
some college coursework and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Our MGC
chapters also set their own scholastic standards for membership.
GREEKS AT UCO
“I learned a great deal about leadership, motivation, persistence, and patience. There was
a tremendous benefit gained from learning how to deal and work with different
personalities.” Adam Johnson, Director of Prospective Student Services and Scholarships
“My Greek Life experience helped me develop poise and
confidence to succeed, along with a world wide support network
and life long friends.” Adrienne Nobles, Director of
Communications and Marketing
“Being Greek enhanced my ability to plan programs and map out strategies with other
organizations. I learned the history of my fraternity and other fraternal organizations
and how to plan and execute a “classy” pageant, step, and network with other campus
leadership.” Chris Snoddy, Student Conduct Officer
“Joining my sorority was the best decision I made in college. It not
only introduced me to leadership and an active social life, it led me
to my career in Student Affairs.” Kay Robinson, Director of Campus
Activities and Events
Being a member of a sorority allowed me the opportunity to strive to maintain the
expectation to continue to be a leader within the community as well as on campus. Greek
Life has opened many doors for me. I have wonderful sisterhood and memories that will
last forever. Being Greek helped me become the person I am today.” Lindsay Echols,
Coordinator of Multicultural Student Services
“My sorority experience left me with the satisfaction that it was okay
to be myself and that conformity was not an option. I grew up in a
large family of women so to have that same environment in college
was encouraging during difficult semesters. I was blessed to have
the opportunity to join a sorority that helped me grow in leadership,
patience and compassion.” Keisha Bryant, Academic Advisor
GREEKS AT UCO
“Not only did I find true sisterhood with my sorority, but it plugged me in to UCO and all
it has to offer. The leadership skills I learned helped me succeed in college and were
marketable to employers when I pursued internships and a career.” Lyndsay Holder,
Volunteer and Service Learning Center Coordinator
“Every good experience I had in college somehow related back to
my decision to join a fraternity. It’s a decision that some people feel
like they could do without, but after experiencing it, they wouldn’t
want to live without it. There is a Greek organization out there for
everyone, find yours!” Nathan Woolard, Admissions Counselor
“Going Greek can be one of the best and most rewarding experiences that you will
encounter as a collegian. You will have the opportunity to develop strong leadership skills
and to become a part of a strong community. You will be challenged to grow and succeed
in ways that you might not have considered. You will gain a lot from membership in a
Greek organization, but you will also have the opportunity to give back to the community
in many ways through service.” Cole Stanley, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
“When I joined my sorority in college, I meet women who were doing
exceptional things within their careers and communities. They not
only inspired me, but supported and encouraged me to reach for my
own greatness.” MeShawn Conley, Director of Multicultural Student
Services
“Being Greek allowed me to develop leadership skills and build life-long friendships.”
Lisa Antonelli, Director of Development College of Liberal Arts
“It provided a great opportunity for social interaction and helped me
develop friends for a lifetime.” David Bennett, Journalism Instructor
“I made life-long friends through my sorority. A few of us still get together as often as
we can. We keep in touch via weekly emails. I wouldn’t trade my sorority experience
for anything.” Beverly Endicott, Director of Sponsored Programs for the College of
Math and Science
GREEK ALPHABET
Α
Ε
Ι
Ν
Ρ
Φ
ALPHA
EPSILON
IOTA
NU
RHO
PHI
Β
Ζ
Κ
Ξ
Σ
Χ
BETA
ZETA
Γ
Η
Λ
O
Τ
Ψ
GAMMA
ETA
KAPPA
LAMBDA
XI
OMICRON
SIGMA
TAU
CHI
PSI
∆
Θ
Μ
Π
Υ
Ω
DELTA
THETA
MU
PI
UPSILON
OMEGA
GREEK speak
Alumnae: Initiated members who have graduated
Bid: A formal invitation to pledge or associate with a chapter
Bid Day: Final Day of Recruitment when a Potential New Member receives an invitation to
join a chapter
Chapter: A local group of an (inter)national social sorority or fraternity
Fraternity: A social Greek lettered brotherhood; the term “fraternity” also applies
to some sororities
Hazing: Any intentional or unintentional reckless action or situation – with or without consent
– that endangers a student or creates risk of injury, mental or physical discomfort,
harassment, embarrassment, and/or ridicule – whether on campus of off campus – for the
purpose of initiation into, affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership in any
student organization or team recognized by the University of Central Oklahoma
Initiate: A fully initiated member of the chapter
Initiation: Ritual or ceremony in which a new member begins full membership in a specific
organization, this is also called “crossing” in NPHC and MGC chapters
Intake: The process for joining a NPHC or MGC organization
Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC): Central governing body of fraternities that provides
service to chapters; the IFC holds chapters accountable for policies and procedures of the
council and the University
Legacy: Student whose parent, sibling, grandparent, or other immediate family member is a
member of a particular organization; Being a Legacy does not guarantee an offer of
membership from any chapter
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC): Central governing body to the Multicultural Greek
Chapters at UCO
New Member: Member of a Greek letter organization who has not yet been initiated
New Member Program: Time in which new members of an organization learn about
the chapter
National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC): Central governing body of the traditionally
African-American chapters at UCO
Panhellenic Council: Central governing body of the NPC sororities; offers services to
chapters and the community as a whole; from the Greek meaning all (Pan) Greeks (Hellenic)
Philanthropy: Charitable project to raise money and awareness for a particular cause
sponsored by each chapter on campus
Potential New Member (PNM): Any student going through a Greek council’s
membership process
Recommendations/ References: Written letter signed by an alumnus recommending
a potential member for membership in a Panhellenic Chapter; these are not necessary for
participation in Recruitment
Recruitment: Social experience organized by the Panhellenic Council in which mutual
selection allows each potential member an opportunity for chapter membership
Rho Gamma / Recruitment Counselor: Woman who is available during formal
Panhellenic recruitment to answer questions about recruitment and assist PNMs
Rush: Social experience developed by the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) fraternities to
determine chapter membership
Silence: Initiative in Panhellenic Recruitment where PNMs cannot socialize with members
outside of Recruitment events until Recruitment ends, allows a PNM to decide for herself,
without the influence of others, which group she wishes to join; Because of Silence, we ask
you not to befriend members of our chapters on Facebook until Recruitment ends
Sorority: A social Greek lettered sisterhood
GREEK LIFE
fraternity and sorority life
Greek Life on the University of Central Oklahoma campus began with the founding
of the first fraternity on campus the in 1957. With it began the legacy of committed
members that have contributed to the continued growth and success of the Greek system
at UCO. Many sororities and fraternities have been founded along the way and their
members continue to serve the University community with pride. Greek Life consists
of the Inter-Fraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Council and
the developing Multicultural Greek Council. These groups are the governing bodies and
umbrella organizations that oversee all fraternities and sororities established at UCO.
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community. Both sororities and fraternities focus
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involvement, leadership opportunities, philanthropic service, personal enrichment and a
connection to last a lifetime. We welcome you to UCO and can’t wait to see the imprint
you leave on the campus and Greek Life.
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website at www.uco.edu/greek.
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Financial Responsibility
Financial responsibility is important for all college students. Every member agrees to be fiscally
responsible as a student and chapter member. Fees may include membership dues, room, board,
building fund and a parlor fee. Costs differ for chapters that do not have chapter structures, however,
the annual cost of membership is listed below.
While sorority and fraternity structures are recognized as student housing, their residential structures
are not located on University property and are privately owned. Questions about individual housing
facilities should be directed to the chapter’s local Housing Corporation Board. Further financial
information will be made available during each council or chapter’s membership process.
NPHC and MGC organizations typically charge anywhere from $300 - $1,000 for the first year
of membership. That cost drops significantly after the first year and most often will not exceed $400 for
membership each year thereafter. More information regarding finances is given at individual chapter
informational sessions.
Average Chapter Fees for Panhellenic Sororities
Fee
Range
Average
*New Member Fee
$40-$75
$56.25
*Initiation Fee
$80-$184
$138.50
*Pin/Badge Fee
$48-$54
$50.50
Monthly Chapter Dues (typically August – May)
$145-$179
$161
National Dues (annual)
$0-$120
**N/A
*Additional One Time Fees
$0 - $350
**N/A
Additional Annual Fee
$0 - $125
**N/A
Out-of-House Member Fee (parlor fee)
$0 - $179
**N/A
Rent (if living in house)
$365-$710
$487.50
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*Fees are one time fees and occur most commonly during the first semester of membership.
The amount listed typically includes associate member, badge and initiation fees.
**There is no average for these fees because they are not charged by each organization.
The difference in average chapter fees for the first year of membership for each of the four Panhellenic sororities is less than $250.
Average Chapter Fees for IFC Fraternities
Fee
Range
Average
*New Member Fees
$45-$102
$67.83
*Initiation Fees
$150-$290
$223.66
Monthly Chapter Dues (typically paid August – May)
$85-$100
$85.83
National Dues
$0-$180 per year
N/A
Annual Fee
$0-$60 per year
N/A
Out-of-House Fee (Parlor fee)
$0 - $25
N/A
Rent (if living in house)
$250-$400
$320.83
*Fees are one time fees and occur most commonly during the first semester of membership.
The amount listed typically includes associate member, badge and initiation fees.
**There is no average for these fees because they are not charged by each organization.
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Chapter: UCO Colony
Founded: November 25, 1987 at Texas Tech University
Philanthropy: Reaching Out, CASA, Young Knights
Flower: Silver Rose
Mascot: Knight
Colors: Scarlet and Silver
Fun Fact: Omega Delta Phi is the newest fraternity to join the UCO Greek
Community and the first fraternity in the UCO Multicultural Greek Council.
Recent Campus Achievements: Received recognition as an official group in
April 2011.
Founded at UCO: April 30, 2011
Website: www.omegadeltaphi.com
Ω∆F
Omega delta phi
fraternity, inc.
One Culture,
Any Race
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Chapter: Lambda Pi
Founded: January 9, 1914 at Howard University
Philanthropy: Sigmas Against Teenage Pregnancy Plus (SATAPP), March of
Dimes birth defect division, Sigmas Waging War Against Cancer
(Project SWWAC)
Flower: White Carnation
Mascot: Dove
Colors: Royal Blue and Pure White
Famous Members: Emmitt Smith, George Washington Carver, Huey P. Newton,
Blaire Underwood, Frank Trigg (UFC), Jerry Rice, Morris Chestnut, Nelson
Mandela, and former president Bill Clinton.
Fun Fact: First NPHC fraternity to be recognized on the campus of Howard
University on April 15, 1914, the first fraternity to be constitutionally bound with
a sister organization (Zeta Phi Beta) and the only NPHC Organization to have a
member on the face of a U.S. coin (George Washington Carver, 1951 half dollar).
Recent Campus Achievements: Highest Fraternity GPA, Spring 2010; Highest
NPHC GPA, Spring 2010; 2007-2008 NPHC President; 2nd place in 2008 ‘Ante
Up’ Step Show; Highest Fall 2007 GPA among NPHC fraternities at UCO.
Founded at UCO: January 9, 1979
Website: www.pbs1914.org
FBS
ce, and
Culture for Servi
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Service for Human
phi beta sigma
fraternity, inc.
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Chapter: Sigma Kappa
Founded: November 17, 1911 at Howard University
Mascot: Bulldog
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold
Famous Members: Carter G. Woodson, Jesse Jackson, Michael Jordan,
Ricky Smiley, Steve Harvey and Vernon Jordan.
Fun Fact: Omega Psi Phi was the first fraternity founded at a
historically black college or university.
Recent Campus Achievements: NPHC Member of the Year 2007; Small
Chapter of the Year 2006; two All-American UCO Football players; the Dr. Jere
Roberson Scholarship (in honor of said advisor).
Founded at UCO: March 10, 1978
Website: www.oppf.org
omega psi phi
fraternity, inc.
Friendship is
Essential to the
Soul
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Chapter: Epsilon Gamma
Founded: January 5, 1911 at Indiana University
Philanthropy: Guide Right, Rebuilding Together, St. Jude Foundation, Adopt-aSchool, Piney Woods Camp, iKare, Ebony Awareness Bowl, Thanksgiving and
Christmas Food Baskets, and Kappa Scholarship Foundation.
Flower: Red Carnation
Colors: Crimson and Cream
Famous Members: Dr. Rev. Ralph Abernathy (Civil Rights Leader), William
Johnson (CEO, BET), Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell (NBA Hall
of Fame), Pastor Bishop Eddie Long (Largest Church in Atlanta).
Fun Fact: The official call is “Yo Baby” and the organization is an originator of the
Kane Step.
Recent Campus Achievements: Received recognition to return to campus in
Spring 2010.
Founded at UCO: February 1963
Website: www.kappaalphapsi1911.com
KAΨ
ery Field
Achievement in Ev
of Human Endeavor
KAPPA ALPHA PSI
fraternity, inc.
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Chapter: Zeta Sigma
Founded: December 4, 1906 at Cornell University
Philanthropy: March of Dimes, Head Start of America, and
Boys and Girls Club
Flower: Yellow Rose
Mascot: A.P.E.
Colors: Black and Old Gold
Famous Members: Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall,
and Kennan Ivory Wayans.
Fun Fact: 60% of Black male doctors are Alpha men, 65% of Black male lawyers
are Alpha men, 70% of Black male dentists are Alpha men.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2011 Greek Week Team Champions; 2011
Greek Week Spring Sing Champions; 2011-2012 NPHC President Greek
Momentum Award 2010; NPHC Member of the Year 2008 and 2010; Top NPHC
GPA Fall 2008; Greek Week Team Champions 2007 and 2008; Alpha Phi Alpha
Chapter of the Year 2007; the Charles Harris Wesley Community Services Award.
Founded at UCO: November 3, 1969
Website: www.alphaphialpha.com
Alpha Phi ALPHA
fraternity, inc.
First of all, Ser
vants of all,
We shall transc
end all
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national pan-hellenic council (nphc)
All NPHC groups put a strong emphasis on community service, brotherhood and sisterhood,
and scholarship. An all NPHC/Multicultural Greek Council Informational will be held at 6 p.m.,
September 1, in the Heritage Room at the Nigh University Center. This is a great opportunity for
you to visit with the chapters and ask questions about the process for membership.
NPHC is the governing body of the historically black fraternities and sororities. The University
of Central Oklahoma has seven of the nine national NPHC chapters. The NPHC recruitment
process is called Membership Intake and occurs at various times throughout the school year as
each NPHC chapter conducts its own unique process. The start of the process for each group
is generally an informational meeting. Those meetings will be advertised through campus flyers
and will be available in the Greek Life office at the start of the semester. Before taking part in
intake, you will need to complete a certain number of credit hours. The minimum for college
credit hours completed is 12 along with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA, but some organizations
require more hours. It’s best to attend the Informational to discover the requirements for the
organization(s) that interest you.
the four nphc fraternities at
uco include:
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
the four nphc fraternities
at uco include:
UCO is in the process of establishing its MGC, but
already has one fraternity who will be governed by
the council on campus, Omega Delta Phi, a Latino/
multicultural organization.
The Multicultural Greek Council will serve as the governing body for the Latino, Latina, Asian
or other Greek letter organizations and will seek to provide better communication and interaction
between Multicultural Greeks. The membership process is very similar to that of the NPHC and is
advertised through campus flyers and available in the Greek Life office at the start of the semester.
Both NPHC and the member organizations of the Multicultural Greek Council put a strong
emphasis on community service, brotherhood and sisterhood, and scholarship.
For more information about these chapters, please contact the UCO Greek
Life office at [email protected] or 405-974-2580.
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Chapter: Epsilon Sigma
Founded: 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL
Philanthropy: Ronald Reagan’s Alzheimer’s Association & St. Jude’s
Childrens Hospital
Flower: Red Carnation
Mascot: Greek God Apollo
Colors: Crimson Lake and Pure Silver
Famous Members: President Ronald Reagan, Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson,
Terry Bradshaw and Steve Forbes.
Fun Fact: TKE was the first fraternity at UCO and is the largest active social
fraternity in the world with more than 270 active chapters and colonies.
Recent Campus Achievements: IFC President 2011; 2011 Greek Week Step
Show Champions; IFC Secretary 2010; 1st Place Greek Week Step Show 2010;
IFC Man of the Year 2008; Team Champions Greek Week 2006; 2nd place
Spring Sing 2006.
Founded at UCO: February 23, 1957
Website: www.tke.org
Local Website: www.ucotke.com
tau kappa epsilon
Not for wealth,
Ra
but for Personal nk or Honor,
Worth and
Character
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Chapter: Beta Zeta
Founded: June 28, 1920 at Central Missouri State
Philanthropy: Books for Kids
Flower: White Rose
Colors: Blue and White
Famous Members: Dennis Miller, John Ashcroft, Gil Morgan, John (Jack) Link
and Stan Musial.
Fun Fact: Sigma Tau Gamma was the first fraternity to embrace cultural
diversity.
Recent Campus Achievements: IFC Man of the Year 2010; Awarded with
national recognition for Most Distinguished Chapter in 2007( runner-up in 2008,
2009, 2010); Man Mile Award 2011; Greek Week Team Champions 2008 and
2010; Greek God 2008, 2009 and 2011; IFC Man of the Year 2006 and 2010;
HAB Chair 2010; Homecoming King 2010; Freshman King 2010; Top Fraternity
Grades Fall 2009; Regional Chapter of the Year 2008, 2010 and 2011; Recipients
of Regional Scholarship Award and Regional Leadership Award; Sigma Tau
Gamma Most Improved Chapter award; Greek Week Champions 2006.  
Founded at UCO: May 10, 1959
Website: wwww.sigmataugamma.org
Local Website: www.ucosigtau.com
sigma tau gamma
Men of Principle
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Chapter: Mu Tau
Founded: January 1, 1869 at Virginia Military Institute
Philanthropy: St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital
Flower: White Rose
Mascot: Snake
Colors: Black and Gold
Famous Members: Bob Barker, Harrison Ford, Super Bowl winning quarterback
Eli Manning, Archie Manning, Paul Rudd and Eli Young Band.
Fun Fact:  First fraternity founded in direct opposition to hazing.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2011 Greek Week Team Champions; 2011
Greek Week Spring Sing Champions; Mr. Greek UCO 2010; Top IFC GPA
Fall 2008; UCOSA President 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011; Greek Week Team
Champions 2008; Winterglow 1st Place 2006 and 2008; Honorable Mention for
Rock Chapter 2006.
Founded at UCO: March 9, 2002
Website: www.sigmanu.org
Local Website: www.ucosigmanu.com
sigma nu
To Lead and
Develop Honorabl
e Men
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Chapter: Lambda Iota
Founded: March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia
Philanthropy: Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Mascot: Fire Truck
Colors: Garnet and Old Gold
Famous Members: John Stewart, Tim McGraw, Ted Koppel, Rick Dees, Hinder
lead guitarist Joe Garvey and drummer Cody Hanson, Bobby Bowden, Scott Van
Pelt, S. Truett Cathy, Jan Kinsler and Jeremy Piven.
Fun Fact: The lead guitarist and drummer for the band Hinder were founding
members of the UCO Pike chapter in 2002.
Recent Campus Achievements: IFC Chapter of Excellence 2010; Top IFC
GPA Fall 2010; Greek and All-School International Football Champions 2009 and
2010; Top IFC GPA Spring 2008; IFC Man of the Year 2007; Greek Week Team
Champions 2009; Spring Sing Champions 2006-2010; Outstanding Community
Service for a UCO Student Organization 2007; Homecoming King 2007-2009;
Greek God 2006, 2007 and 2011; Freshman King 2006 and 2007; Mr. Greek UCO
2007; UCOSA President 2006 and 2009.
Founded at UCO: April 13, 2002
Website: www.pikes.org
Local Website: www.ucopikes.com
pi kappa alpha
Once a Pike,
always a Pike
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Chapter: Kappa Pi
Founded: December 10, 1869 at the University of Virginia
Philanthropy: Annual Bathtub Push with the Oklahoma City University
Kappa Sigma chapter.
Flower: Lily of the Valley
Colors: Scarlet Red, White, and Emerald Green
Famous Members: Jimmy Buffett, Robert Redford, Bob Dole and Jerry Jones.
Fun Fact: Kappa Sigma Fraternity has founded chapters on more than 300
campuses in North America, making it one of the largest fraternities in the world.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2011 Greek Week Step Show Champions;
2010 Two IFC Executive Officers; 2011 Mr. Greek UCO; 2007 All IFC Intramural
Champs; 2006, 2008 and 2009 All-School Intramural Champs.
Date founded at UCO: October 10, 1969
Website: www.kappasigma.org
Local Website: www.ucokappasigma.com
Kappa sigma
Not for a day,
an hour or a
college term but for life.
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Founded: May 12, 1904 at the University of Michigan
Philanthropy: Seven Days of Service
Flower: Sprig of Acacia
Colors: Black and Gold
Famous Members: William Howard Taft, William Jennings Bryan, and
George A. Malcom.
Fun Fact: Only IFC fraternity to select a name over Greek letters.
Recent Campus Achievements: 2011 Greek Week Team Champions; 2011
Greek Week Spring Sing Champions; Four members on the 2010 IFC Executive
Council; three time football tailgating champions; 2008 Founders Achievement
Award for Outstanding Chapter at the National Conclave Awards; Awards
for Campus Achievement, Campus Leadership, and Athletic Achievement at
National Conclave; opened a brand new chapter house in 2008; 10 of last 14
Homecoming Kings; 2nd place all school intramurals in 2008; 2nd overall IFC
Grades in Fall 2007; Greek Week 2007 Step Show champions; and two UCOSA
presidents in the past seven years.
Founded at UCO: 1964
Website: www.acacia.org
Local Website: www.ucoacacia.org
Human Service
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IFC Fraternity
Rush Schedule
Fraternity Rush is the process where UCO’s Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) fraternities obtain
new members. Organizations included in the IFC are: Acacia, Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Sigma Nu, Sigma Tau Gamma and Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Formal Rush Orientation
6:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6
Nigh University Center, Constitution Hall
At rush orientation you will be introduced to each of the IFC fraternity chapters at the
University of Central Oklahoma. You will learn everything there is to know about the
recruitment process and how membership can benefit you. It is strongly encouraged that
you attend orientation. During rush orientation, you will receive a map of the fraternity
houses and a bid card which you will need for the house visits. These items will not be
available for pick up prior to rush orientation.
Informal House Visits
8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., September 6-9
Respective Fraternity Houses
You will have the opportunity to visit with chapter members at events held at their chapter
houses and are responsible for visiting each fraternity at least once during this week. Be
sure to take your bid card with you in order to receive your stamp. This is the prime time to
ask questions about membership opportunities, potential obligations and get a tour of the
house before you commit to joining.
When you accept an offer of membership in a fraternity one of the chapter members will
sign your bid card. When your membership is official the chapter will take your bid card and
return it to the Greek Life office. Bid cards will only be accepted by chapter members. More
specific information will be given about this process at orientation.
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How to Register for
Inter-Fraternity Council Rush
Registration
To participate in Fall Formal Rush, the
online recruitment registration form,
registration fee of $10, an official transcript
and an optional picture (a senior picture is
suggested) must be submitted.
Register online at www.uco.edu/greek. Click on
“IFC Rush” and complete the online registration form. The cost to register is $10
before August 31 and $15 between August 31 and September 8.
The registration fee is non-refundable.
You can register online at:
www.uco.edu/greek
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