National Pan-Hellenic Council
NPHC promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums for the purpose of exchanging information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions.
Fall Recruitment - 2014
Thanks for your interest in learning more about the 6 NPHC fraternity and sorority chapters at Fresno State. If you would like to learn more about the chapters, please check out their links below.
How to join an NPHC Organization at Fresno State:
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosts an event called "Meet the Greeks" at the beginning of each semester for interested students. This event encourages interested students to meet members and learn more about NPHC and its member organizations at Fresno State.
Throughout the year individual chapters hold Informational Sessions (sometimes called Interest Meetings or Rush). Informational sessions give interested students and NPHC chapters the chance to discuss the benefits of membership in greater detail. It is at the Informational Sessions where interested men and women are given an introduction to the specific organization, its members and information on chapter programs and policies on membership.
After a person applies to an organization and has been accepted, the new member education period begins. Typically, this period involves classroom sessions with a chapter advisor that educate potential new members about the history, policies, and programs of the organization.
The overall Intake process is different for each fraternity and sorority, so interested students should consult a representative from the organization they wish to join for specific membership information. The University community does not know potential new members until they are initiated.