Fraternity and Sorority Life






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Fraternity and Sorority Life at Georgia College is a great way to be involved on campus and in the community. Joining the Greek community is considered one of the most rewarding collegiate experiences students will ever have. Our organizations provide an environment that gives students a home away from home. They exemplify their core values of scholarship, leadership, service and friendship, both on and off campus, in everything they do. We invite you to be a part of something bigger than yourself. We invite you to be a part of an active community of students who share the same core values.


Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life Mission

The mission of the Georgia College Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life is to support the fraternal community in their efforts to accomplish academic excellence, engage in service and philanthropy, and foster community engagement and leadership.  We strive to create an environment supportive of the liberal arts mission of Georgia College. 



Panhellenic Recruitment

Georgia College has seven National Panhellenic Conference sororities on campus that all participate in formal recruitment during the fall semester.

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IFC Recruitment

The members organizations of the Interfraternity Council (IFC) work to promote the highest ideals of scholarship, leadership, service and brotherhood. Formal recruitment is during the fall.

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NPHC Recruitment

Chapter coordinated recruitment is open to all students attending Georgia College, and includes eight of the nine historically African American fraternities and sororities

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UGC Recruitment

If you are interested in a fraternity or sorority that is culturally, religious, or service based, then check out our UGC fraternities and sororities. Chapter coordinated recruitment is open to all students.

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Greek Weekend

Greek Week is a series of games and competitions that fraternities and sororities participate in, each hoping to take home the title of Greek Week champion.  The most popular events include Tug, Step and Stroll, and Greek Sing. 

Greek Weekend Handbook 2019: 2019_greek_weekend_handbook_-_updated.pdf

Winter Leadership Summit

Greek Summit is a leadership conference held on campus before the start of the spring semester. The conference helps newly elected officers learn of on campus resources and leadership best practices.


Dates To Note 

August 3rd: SLLC Move in
August 4th: SLLC Launch Event 
August 9th: Registration for IFC Recruitment Closes 
August 10th: Potential New Member Move In
August 15th: Panhellenic Bid Day 
August 16th: IFC Parent Orientation 
August 17th: NPHC Informational 
August 17th-31st: Sigma Alpha Omega Sorority Recruitment 
August 25th: Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Tau Omega Present Countyline 2018 
        • The best way to spend a Saturday in Milledgeville. KA’s annual music festival and benefit concert with its new partner, ATO. 
October 19th: Zeta Tau Alpha’s Thriller 5k 
        • Zeta’s annual 5k to support their philanthropy of Breast Cancer Education and Awareness 
October 20th: Deeproots and GC Family Weekend 
        • Annual Festival and concert in the heart of downtown Milledgeville 
Early November: Alumni Weekend 
February 16th: Homecoming 
April 11th-14th: Greek Weekend 


IFC Recruitment Spring 2019 is now open: Register using the link below



Joining a Fraternity or Sorority at Georgia College

Students interested in joining a fraternal organization are encouraged to explore the many options available to them at Georgia College.  Fraternities and Sororities take new members at various times of the year and the membership process looks different for each organization. Our Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council participate in a collaborative recruitment process known as "council coordinated recruitment."  Our National Pan-Hellenic Council and United Greek Council's member organizations independently host recruitment or intake, known as "chapter coordinated recruitment."

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