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GLOS Pre-Recruitment Education Sessions
All students interested in GLOS recruitment must attend a Pre-Recruitment Education session. It is your responsibility to make sure that you attend one of these sessions. A list of students attending sessions will be distributed to all chapters prior to recruitment. New member contracts will be electronically signed by new members and only students attending the sessions will have access to the website to sign their new member contract. The GLOS pre-recruitment education sessions are mandatory and are in addition to the Panhellenic information sessions which you also need to attend if you are interested in joining a Panhellenic sorority. There is no need to attend again if you attended and signed in previously. If you need to check if you already attended please email Ruth Kett in the GLOS office.
Fall pre-recruitment session dates to be decided
Fall 2013 Recruitment Dates
Panhellenic Sorority recruitment dates
Round 1: Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 September, 2013 6 PM-10 PM
Round 2: Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September, 2013 6 PM-10 PM
Pref night: Sunday 29 September, 2013 6 PM-9 PM
Bid night Monday 30 September, 2013
email Panhellenic Council for more information
Inter Fraternity Council recruitment dates
Friday 27 September, 2013 7 PM to 9 PM
Saturday 28 September, 2013 7 PM to 9 PM
Monday 30 September, 2013 (optional by house)
email Interfraternity Council for more information
Coed Council recruitment dates
Phi Tau: TBA email Phi Tau for more information
Alpha Theta: TBA email Alpha Theta for more information
Tabard: TBA email Tabard for more information
National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations recruitment dates
Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. Please contact: Alpha Pi Omega for more information
Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. Please contact: Lambda Upsilon Lambda for more information
Sigma Lambda Upsilon Sorority, Inc. will have conduct next membership intake in in Winter 2013. More details soon. Please contact: Sigma Lambda Upsilon for more information
National Pan-Hellenic Council recruitment dates
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. will have their next membership intake in Fall 2013, dates and times TBA. Please contact: Alpha Kappa Alpha for more information
Many members of the Class of 2015 will participate in the fraternity and sorority recruitment process on campus this year. The relationships developed within fraternal organizations can be a meaningful and rewarding experience both during college and after. Therefore, the decision to join should be made thoughtfully and with an individual’s values in mind in order to make a choice that suits your hopes and aspirations.
Currently, there are 31 different organizations active on campus: 3 coed groups, 11 sororities, and 17 fraternities. Of the 31 organizations, 29 operate from residential facilities (either a free-standing house, an apartment or group space in a residence hall floor).
Dartmouth College partners with these Greek letter organizations through our “recognition” process. As a recognized group, organizations have unanimously agreed to uphold the six principles through their activities, programs, and philosophies. These principles are:
Brotherhood & Sisterhood
The College supports its recognized Greek letter organizations by offering programmatic and administrative assistance, physical plant and housing support, financial training and auditing, leadership and academic development, as well as individual organization advising.
We are proud of our Greek letter organizations for the contributions they make to Dartmouth and the surrounding communities. Last year, the community donated more than $175,000 to philanthropic causes. Academics are also important with the Greek grade point average higher than the unaffiliated student average.
If you decide to join a Greek letter organization, you will make a commitment to the organization and participate in a “New Member” orientation or intake process. This process can last no longer than 6 weeks and will serve as a way of familiarizing the newest members with the history, activities, governing structures and values of the organization.
The GLOS office reviews the content, activities and curriculum of every new member program for each recognized Greek letter organization to ensure programs are hazing-free. Each student participating in the recruitment process must attend a session educating them on the Dartmouth hazing policy and services available to them as new members.
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