Registration for Fall Recruitment is currently closed.
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Recruitment Weekend will be Sept. 6th-8th.
Early Registration Fee = $25.00 From May 3 - July 31
August 1 - August 22, registration fee will go up to $35
One of the easiest ways to get involved in the IU Southeast community is to explore our Greek life. Not all of your undergraduate education can be learned in a classroom or textbook. There are certain lessons and skills you will learn through shared experiences and relationships. Your sorority will be able to help prepare you for the wonderful world that awaits inside and outside of the university community. You will make life long friendships that will influence your present and future.
IU Southeast's sororities emphasize the personal attributes that will make you a solid, well-rounded student and citizen. They stress academic excellence and provide support systems to make you a stronger student and resilient individual. The Greek system at IU Southeast stresses service, diversity, and leadership development. It’s no wonder IU Southeast’s sorority life is such an important component in our educational community. Take advantage of the opportunity to join IU Southeast’s Greek system. Explore your options, because opportunities such as this only come around once in a lifetime.
The online registration form must be filled out and turned in with a registration fee due by August 21, 2018. Potential new members are encouraged to register as early as possible to ensure a connection with their Gamma Chi and other women in their group.
It is recommended that you plan to be
at recruitment the entire weekend.
Potential Member Bill of Rights
You Have the Right to…
- Be treated as an individual
- Be fully informed about the recruitment process
- Ask questions & receive true & objective answers from recruitment counselors & members
- Be treated with respect
- Be treated as a mature person without being patronized
- Ask how & why & receive straight answers
- Have & express opinions to recruitment counselors
- Have inviolable confidentiality when sharing information with recruitment counselors
- Make informed choices without undue pressure from others
- Be fully informed about the binding agreements implicit in the acceptance card signing
- Make one’s own choice & decision & accept full responsibility for the results of that decision
- Have a positive, safe, & enriching recruitment & pledging experience
Special Needs Policy
The Panhellenic sorority community at Indiana University Southeast is not closed to anyone. We encourage everyone to participate in the recruitment process. If you need any special services during the recruitment period, the recruitment staff will be happy to assist you. If you will be using a seeing-eye dog or need an interpreter, just list it under the “special needs” section on the Sorority Recruitment Registration Form. If you have been identified as having a learning disability, please include this under special needs on your registration form. We will also be happy to make arrangements for potential members who are involved in activities, such as sports. You may use the “special needs” area of the registration form to indicate that you will be participating in another sport related or other university sponsored activity during the Formal Recruitment Weekend. Your Gamma Chi will work closely with you to make sure you can attend as many recruitment events as possible. Sorority membership is made up of a diverse group of individuals, and we want to offer as many opportunities as possible for you to join. Questions about how the Recruitment Staff can help can be directed to (812) 941-2316 or email@example.com.