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    A Division of Student Affairs
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    A Division of Student Affairs

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Recruitment

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Recruitment Registration

 
2016 Fall Formal Recruitment is Thursday, September 15th – Monday, September 19th 

Formal Recruitment is the best way to meet all six National Panhellenic Conference sororities at MTSU. As a new or returning student at MTSU, formal recruitment allows you to get connected on campus and form a network of close friends within just a few days. Recruitment is a weekend long series of events, coordinated by the Panhellenic Council, where the chapters get to know you, and you get to know the women of each chapter.

Participation in sorority recruitment allows women the opportunity to connect to the campus community immediately. As soon as the fall semester begins various activities will be planned for women participating in recruitment. Women will be placed in small groups with fellow students participating in the recruitment process. This allows women to create bonds and find a support system within the first few days of being on campus. Additionally, each group has two assigned Recruitment Counselors that serve as mentors and provide guidance to women in their group.

Registration ends Thursday, September 15th, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.. Be prepared to provide academic information and high school and college involvement, if applicable, when registering.

Learn more about sorority recruitment here!


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