The Greek experience bestows upon you the ability to receive hands on training in the operation and management of an organization. Whether you manage chapter budgets of over $500,000, serve on the executive board, or serve at the community's soup kitchen, the Greek experience will develop life skills that allow you the opportunity to reach personal goals.
Go Greek, Go Far
Involving yourself in Sorority & Fraternity Life will allow you to manage finances, maintain a home, create positive public relations, practice team building, learn problem solving skills, build lifelong relationships, and so much more!
Sororities at USD provide a formal membership recruitment week, which is your official introduction to the Greek Community. The recruitment process is governed by the Panhellenic Council Recruitment Rules.
If you're interested in recruitment please see the USD Sorority Recruitment Survival Guide.
Recruitment week consists of functions designed for you to:
Men interested in joining a Fraternity should fill out a Men's Recruitment Interest Form as the first step of becoming a potential new member. The Interfraternity Council sponsors formal recruitment for the men's fraternities beginning with the Recruitment Kickoff. The recruitment process is governed by the IFC Recruitment Rules.
Women interested in joining a Sorority should fill out a Women's Recruitment Interest Form as the first step to becoming a potential new member.