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NPHC Intake

Complete our NPHC Interest Form.

NPHC does not have a formal recruitment process. 

Membership intake is the joining process conducted by EKU’s historically black organizations, which are governed by the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). Membership selection for NPHC groups is an individualized process that is different for each organization. Chapters choose the time when they will take new members. This process, known as intake, generally begins with an interest meeting followed by a period of membership education. The membership process culminates with initiation and a probate, or New Member Presentation, in which the organization's new members are revealed to the community.

NPHC chapters embrace a lifetime commitment and aim to assure the continuance of academic achievement, political awareness, philanthropy, and community service. Additionally, NPHC affiliated fraternities and sororities typically do not accept a student for membership until the student has completed at least 12-24 hours of college credit with a 2.5-2.75 GPA depending on the organization. We strongly encourage those interested in the Membership Intake process to contact the respective NPHC organizations for more information.

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