Spring 2018 Greek Life recruitment and membership intake will begin on Monday, February 5th. Students will be receiving information to their Trinity inboxes with information regarding registration. 


The office schedule will be posed here in January 2018. ​


To seek membership in a Greek organization, students must be at least sophomore status and meet the following criteria:

  • Have a GPA of a 3.0 or higher. We consider a student’s cumulative GPA or their GPA from the Spring 2017 semester. There will be no exceptions to the GPA requirement.
  • Students must be in good behavioral standing to pursue membership. Students who are on censure may not participate in sorority and fraternity recruitment.
  • Please note that to participate this year in recruitment, it is mandatory for all potential new members to bring a resume to the first night of formal recruitment on Monday, September 11th. This resume must have been reviewed by the Career Development Center prior to the start of recruitment, which begins on September 10th.


Interested students must register by Monday, January 29th as grade checks needs to be completed prior to participation. Registration will open on Friday, January 5th, 2018. To register, please check your Trinity email for the registration link.

Recruitment Rules

All rules found in the student handbook are applicable to recruitment events. Further, this is an ALCOHOL FREE process. Any chapter found in violation will face severe disciplinary action that may include loss of membership recruitment privileges or suspension of chapter activities. Any PNM found in violation will lose their privilege to seek fraternity or sorority membership this year. Regardless of age, members may not consume alcohol during recruitment events and PNMs may not consume alcohol during recruitment events. All events are to remain substance free.​ 

For any questions relating to recruitment, please contact:

Kathryn Wojcik, Director of Campus Life Initiatives​ and Social Houses
Michael Fries '18, President of the Inter-Greek Council
Charlotte Stabler​ '18, Vice President of the Inter-Greek Council