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organizations limit their membership to students at USC Upstate. NPHC organizations host
Information and Interest Meetings where they discuss their chapter’s history,
philanthropy and requirements to become a member. Students who apply and are
accepted for membership would then participate in Membership Intake, the
process of educating and initiating new members into an individual chapter.
Each organization selects
if and when they will host an Interest Meeting or Intake. These meetings could happen in
the Fall semester, Spring semester or both, based on the needs of the chapter.
Most organizations require sophomore status for membership, but some are open
to second semester freshmen.
IFC Fraternities limit their membership to male students at USC Upstate. Students are eligible for membership beginning their first semester of enrollment. These organizations participate in IFC Recruitment, a series of social events and gatherings hosted by each IFC Fraternity that allows potential and current members to interact before bids are offered.
Congratulations to our IFC Chapters for a successful Fall Rush! Details regarding 2016 Spring Rush will be posted soon.
Panhellenic organizations limit their membership to female students at USC Upstate. Students are eligible for membership beginning their first semester of enrollment. These organizations participate in Panhellenic Recruitment, a series of on campus events hosted by each Panhellenic sorority that allows potential and current members to interact before bids are offered. At USC Upstate, Panhellenic Recruitment occurs at the beginning of the Fall semester.
Congratulations to our Panhellenic Chapters for a successful Formal Recruitment! Details regarding 2016 Fall Recruitment will be posted in the summer.
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