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Ladies, looking to join a group that enriches your college experience and a shared sisterhood that continues for a lifetime? At the beginning of the fall semester Panhellenic sponsors recruitment activities for all women interested in learning more about Sorority Life. This allows women interested in joining a sorority or learning more about Greek Life the opportunity to visit each chapter house, meet current members and learn about various programs and activities offered!
Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the sororities. Fort Hays State University is home to two National Panhellenic Conference sororities: Alpha Gamma Delta and Delta Zeta. Representatives from each chapter serve as officers on a rotation basis. All sorority members are Panhellenic members and encouraged to attend the regular meetings.
Alpha Gamma Delta and Delta Zeta each have their own chapter house within walking distance from campus. As a member, you are expected to live in the chapter house; rent varies per chapter but is comparable to the residence halls. Freshmen sorority members may be exempted from the residence hall living requirements to live in sorority housing.National Panhellenic Conference Web site.
Guys, want to an opportunity to develop leadership skills and form really strong friendships now and beyond your college experience?Each fraternity chapter hosts an on-going membership drive where you are allowed to meet other current members and learn about each fraternities' programs. You are encouraged to then select a fraternity that best fits your personality, goals and needs.
Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the fraternities. Fort Hays State University is home to four North-American Interfraternity Conference fraternities: Alpha Gamma Rho, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep) and Tau Kappa Epsilon. Each chapter has representatives in IFC for equal representation.
Some of the fraternities have their own chapter housing within walking distance from campus. Members are expected to live in the chapter house; rent varies per chapter but is comparable to the residence halls. Freshmen members may be exempted from the residence hall living requirements to live in fraternity housing.North-American Interfraternity Conference web site.
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