Greek Life


Fall 2020 Recruitment Dates

Sorority Recruitment Registration will open June 1 and closes August 28, 2019. Click here to register. Please join us for Sorority Open House on Friday August 28, 2019 from 5-7pm. Sorority Recruitment will be held over two weekends.  Events will be held on September 4-6 and 12 & Bid Day is September 13. All participants need to attend the Mandatory Information Meeting on Sunday, August 30 2020 at 7pm in Hayworth Fine Arts.

Register For Sorority Recruitment

Registration for sorority recruitment opens June 1, 2020. Registration closes on August 28, 2020. 

There is a $30 non-refundable registration fee if you register before August 1; this fee will increase to $45 if you register on or after this date. This fee is payable only through credit card and paid through the registration website. Those who register will receive a recruitment t-shirt. 

Click here to register 

Schedule of Events & What To Wear

Round One:  Sisterhood 

September 4-5 

Time: Parties will begin at 5:30pm on Friday, September 4 and 2:00pm on Saturday, September 5.  Your Rho Gamma will provide you a schedule of your event times. 

What to wear: Please wear their recruitment t-shirt.  Jeans, skirts, or capri pants are appropriate, but no shorts.  Flat shoes are recommended if you prefer. 

How the parties work:  Parties take place over two days. You will attend 6 parties total. Each party will be 30 minutes long, with a 15 minute break in between.    

Round Two:  Philanthropy 

September 6  

Time: Parties will begin at 10:00am 

What to wear:  A little dressier than jeans. Skirts and capri pants are still appropriate, but no shorts. Flat shoes are still best, but you may choose to wear heels if you prefer. 

How the parties work: You may attend up to 4 parties. Most will attend less than 4 parties; this is normal! Each party is 30 minutes long with a 15 minute break between. 

Round Three: Preference 

September 12  

Time: Parties will begin at 10:00am 

What to wear: This is a dressy night! Cocktail dress is appropriate. Heels if you prefer. 

How the parties work: You may attend up to two parties, it is normal to only attend one. Each party will be 50 minutes long, with a 15 minute break in between. 

Bid Day 

September 13  

Time: 11:00am Slane Center Gym 

What to wear:  Jeans and comfortable shoes! You will receive a shirt from your new chapter so wear a top that you can throw a shirt over! 

Additional Information To Consider

Cost: Joining a fraternity or sorority is a financial commitment. There is a cost to register for recruitment as well as costs to the chapter immediately upon joining. You can expect to pay dues in the amount of $800- $1200 per year for the duration of your college career. 

Academics: Fraternities and sororities have high academic standards. For Panhellenic Recruitment, potential new members are advised that each chapter have a high school and college GPA requirement for their new members. If you have a current college GPA from High Point or another institution, high school GPAs will not be considered.

Commitment: Joining a fraternity or sorority is a large time commitment. You should be sure that you are able to commit to each aspect of the organization, including education, philanthropy, chapter events and social events. Fraternities and sororities aren’t like clubs, in that you can’t quit because you want to. You should read everything carefully that you are asked to sign! 

Rules: Potential new members should review the Panhellenic Recruitment Rules that are applicable to them. 

Letters of Recommendation:  Letters of recommendation (aka “rec letters”) are not required, but are welcomed.  Each sorority has their own standards for recommendations.  If you have sorority alumnae that want to write you a recommendation , please have them consult their sororities national website for procedures on writing letters of recommendation. 

All dates are subject to change due to social distancing and occupancy limitations from COVID-19. Any changes to the recruitment schedule will be promptly communicated to those who have expressed interest or registered. For the most up to date information about Panhellenic recruitment, please go to or on Instagram @hpupanhellenic. 

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