Sorority Recruitment (CPC)

Recruitment is a time for prospective new members to investigate the Greek community. Participating in recruitment will expose you to the wealth of opportunities waiting for you in one of the organizations. Each organization was founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, service, and lifelong friendships. Check out our 2017 Look Book for more information! 

Meet the Chapters:          August 16th
Meet the Chapters:          August 22nd
Open House:                     August 23rd
Sisterhood Round:           August 24th
Philanthropy Round:       August 25th
Preference Round:           August 26th
Bid Day:                            August 27th


Panhellenic Recruitment Flyer 2017SIGN UP FOR CPC RECRUITMENT 

Rho Gammas

What is a Rho Gamma?

Rho Gammas, or recruitment guides, play a key role in the Formal Panhellenic Recruitment Process at Augusta University. Rho Gammas choose to step away from the recruitment of their own sorority in order to assist in the facilitation of the recruitment process for Potential New Members.

Rho Gammas work to provide Potential New Members with an unbiased opinion and recruitment experience. Although Rho Gammas no longer are required to disaffiliate completely from their organization, the Rho Gammas will be revealed to the PNMs on Bid Day when they "reunite" with their chapters. 

The Rho Gammas will be working hard all summer to plan a fun-filled week for you during Recruitment -- they all look forward to meeting you!

Advice for CPC & IFC Recruitment

  • You must narrow your choices and ultimately decide which group you wish to join. The Greek organization that is best for your friends or family may not be the best one for you.
  • Think about why you want to join a Greek organization. Are these qualities present in the groups that you are considering?
  • Find the organization in which you feel most comfortable. Why do you feel comfortable in that particular group?
  • Take a look around you. The men and women that you are standing with could be your brothers or sisters. What qualities do you share with these people? Do you feel comfortable with them?
  • Ask questions! Get to know everything you can about each organization.
  • Most importantly, be yourself! There are many diverse organizations that want to know you.

Questions to ask a Chapter Member

Why should I join? What aspects of Greek Life encouraged you to join?

What are the financial obligations of a new member? Are there additional costs that members are required to pay other than the fees listed?

How long is the new member program and how much time do I need to devote to it?

What other campus organizations have you had an opportunity to participate in because of your Greek experience?

How does Greek Life promote scholarship?

What is a philanthropy? What kinds of things do you do?

What types of activities are planned with other Greek organizations?