campus Life Links:
Frank G. Pogue Student CenterEdinboro, PA 16444Phone: 814.732.2768Fax: 814.732.2665
How Do I Get Involved?
- How to get involved
The Panhellenic Council is the coordinating body for the six social collegiate sororities represented at EUP.
The Interfraternity Council is a forum for discussion of mutual concerns as well as service organization for EUP's seven social fraternities. The IFC also promotes education and social activities.
National Pan-hellenic Council
The EUP NPHC is the programming and governing body for the African American fraternities and sororities. This organization coordinates social activities and educational programming.
Edinboro Panhellenic Council would like to invite you to participate in Women's Recruitment. Women's Recruitment at Edinboro offers you the opportunity to meet with women in each sorority on campus. Women interested in Recruitment should contact the Greek Life staff at 814.732.2426. Potential new members must have a Cumulative Grade Point Average required by each organization (varies between 2.2 and 2.5) by the beginning of the Recruitment period. First semester freshman attempting to go through the new member education process in their first semester must have a 3.0 high school GPA to join.
The Edinboro University Interfraternity Council would like to invite all interested men to participate in fraternity rush activities in September and January. Rush activities are designed to allow you to meet members of the fraternity chapters on campus and gain a better understanding of the benefits and opportunities that the chapters have to offer. Interested men should attend the Rush kickoff during the designated times each semester. Men are required to have a 2.3 high school GPA or 2.25 college GPA to join.
National Pan-Hellenic Council Membership Intake
The Edinboro University National Pan-Hellenic Council's affiliated fraternities and sororities recruit members through a process called membership intake. These organizations embrace the "service of life" philosophy and aim to assure the continuance of social action, political involvement, and economic development. The groups represented on campus will announce individually their membership intake process during the semester. Each group will explain their membership process at their initial interest meeting or at the Divine Nine Presentation each semester.
- How to get Involved
- EUP fraternity and sorority information
- Current Academic Standings
- Panhellenic Council Constitution
- Panhellenic Recruitment Regulations
- Interfraternity Council Constitution
- National Pan-Hellenic Constitution
- Greek Week Information
- Plan for New Member Academic Success
- 2013-2014 Calendar
- Greek Resources
- Advisor Resources