Fraternity recruitment starts at the beginning of each academic year. Each fraternity chapter will hold their own events with sepcified times and locations. During these event, potential new members will be able to meet and get to know Brothers.
Membership in a fraternity is challenging, rewarding, and fun - yet also offers an environment that promotes friendship, support and networking opportunities. Being a member of a fraternity means more than just wearing Greek letters, attending meetings, and going to social events. Being in a fraternity is about making friendships that will last far beyond your college years while enhancing your personal development by committing to ideals of scholarship, leadership, and service.
How much time does a fraternity take?
Participating in any worthwhile activity always requires an investment of one's time. Participating in a Greek organization is like any co-curricular activity; it requires a time investment. The benefit of membership in the Greek community at UVM is the opportunity for a well-rounded college experience that includes learning how to balance academics, work, campus involvement and social commitments.
How much does it cost?
Each chapter's dues vary depending on the Chapter. You should be asking ans assessing each chapter's dues while making your decision.
How do I get in contact with a chapter?
First, you can contact the IFC VP of Recruitment and Programming. He will have information about each chapter and will be able to answer any general questions you may have. In addition you can contact individual chapters on your own as well. You can locate their contact information on the "Chapter Profiles" page.
Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR)
Delta Tau Delta (Delts, DTD)
Delta Upsilon (DU)
Kappa Sigma (Kappa Sig)
Phi Mu Delta (PMD)
Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE)
Pi Kappa Phi (Pi Kapp)
Sigma Phi Society (Sigma Phi)
Chapters not recognized by the University of Vermont do not have privileges on campus.
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Recognized fraternities and sororities may not conduct activities or events with unrecognized chapters. This includes but is not limited to social events, service, philanthorpy and meetings. This is to protect the recognition of our chapters and help all organizations uphold the policies of the University of Vermont.