Be Greek at EKU!
The fraternity and sorority community at Eastern Kentucky University is a vibrant group of motivated, high-achieving students that makes up approximately 10% of the full time undergraduate student population on the Richmond campus.
To experience what fraternity and sorority is all about, participate in recruitment or membership intake. Students can explore the various chapters to find the fraternity or sorority that matches their ambitions and aspirations. Additionally, the recruitment and intake process is a great way to make new friends while meeting lots of people from a variety of backgrounds. Visit with current fraternity and sorority leaders when you attend a Spotlight Day or Orientation.
There are three fraternity and sorority governing councils at EKU, each with a unique recruitment/intake process.
Interested in joining an IFC Fraternity? Registration is required and opens on May 1, 2016 for the Fall 2016 Recruitment. Registration is a rolling process each semester but will conclude on November 15 for Fall 2016. Men interested in participating in the spring recruitment should check here for more information in December.
Please note the minimum GPA to accept a bid from an IFC chapter is 2.5.
Interested in joining a historically Black Greek-letter Organization (BGLO)? EKU's National Pan-Hellenic Council will hosts a Black Greek 101 event each semester. Follow NPHC on Twitter for regular updates.
Interested in joining a Panhellenic Council sorority chapter? The Panhellenic Council utilizes two forms of recruitment, informal and formal recruitment. Registration for Formal Recruitment, known as Fall Recruitment, is now open!
With common interests and goals, the fraternity and sorority community provides a network for students that enhances the academic, social, and service experience of students while attending college. Join now - Be Greek!
EKU students who choose to join a fraternity or sorority perform well academically, with 94.8% of first-year students continuing into their sophomore year and 87.9% of those students continuing into their junior year. Click here to view past chapter grade reports.