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Recruitment is the mutual selection process by which you and the fraternities or sororities determine the best fit for membership. It is a mutual process where you have the opportunity to decide which organization(s) would be a good fit for you and where each organization determines who they would like to invite to be a member.
During recruitment or intake, you will meet many members of each organization and have the opportunity to gauge whether or not a particular organization is a good place for you. While all organizations strive to create better men and women, each chapter is different and has a different personality. The goal of recruitment is to determine if Fraternity/Sorority Life is for you and where you find the best fit.
While some specific organizations may have higher standards or additional requirements, the minimum standard required to participate in recruitment is:
-Enrollment as a full-time WIU student (enrolled in at least 12 credit hours).
-A minimum 2.500 cumulative college or high school grade point average.
-Exact grade point averages are used and will not be rounded up or down.
-Students who have completed at least 12 college credit hours will have their cumulative college grade point average considered for eligibility purposes.
-Please note that some organizations may require a higher grade point average to join.
-Students enrolled through the Office of Academic Services (OAS) should consult their academic advisor regarding eligibility.
-Students enrolled in OAS must obtain a waiver through their academic advisor to be eligible for recruitment