Fraternity recruitment starts at the beginning of each semester, at which time each fraternity chapter will hold their own events with specified times and locations. During these events, potential new members will be able to meet and get to know Brothers.
Membership in a fraternity is challenging, rewarding, and fun - yet also offers an environment that promotes friendship, support, and networking opportunities. Being a member of a fraternity means more than just wearing Greek letters, attending meetings, and going to social events - it's about making friendships and networks that will last far beyond your college years while enhancing your personal development by committing to ideals of scholarship, leadership, justice, and service.
Participating in a fraternal organization is like any worthwhile co-curricular activity - it requires a time investment. The benefit of membership in the fraternity community at UVM is the opportunity for a well-rounded college experience that includes learning how to balance academics, work, campus involvement and social commitments.
Each fraternities' dues vary depending on the chapter. Check out our handout with each chapter’s dues for more information (pdf). At any recruitment events you attend you should ask for updated information and consider each chapter's dues while making your decision on which chapter to join.
First, you can contact the Interfraternity Council (IFC) Vice President of Recruitment and Programming.
He will have information about each chapter, upcoming community-wide recruitment events, and will be able to answer any general questions you may have. Additionally, you are also welcome to reach out to individual chapters for more information.