Come join us this Sunday, October 4th at 5 p.m. as we kickoff recruitment for IFC chapters! There will be free food and representatives from all of our recruiting chapters so that you will be able to talk to to learn more about fraternity life at Northwestern. All are welcome!
Register for recruitment here: http://goo.gl/forms/gXXovz2Pbx
Welcome to Northwestern! With Wildcat Welcome coming to a close, you’re surely taking the next step into being fully acclimated into becoming a Wildcat. We are happy to hear about you interest in Fraternity life. Here is some information about our recruitment process for the upcoming year.
- Before October 4th, the Freshmen Freeze will be in place (this means freshmen cannot visit chapter facilities) so just focus on getting started up with life at Northwestern!
- October 4th will be the date of our Recruitment Kickoff at Norris Lawn: come by for food and a chance to meet members of all the recruiting fraternities!
- The very next week on October 18th, IFC will be hosting a recruitment how-to in which we will outline dates and helpful tips. After that will be the very first Sunday Night Dinner, where you can choose to enter chapter houses, eat more food, and meet more members!
- Recruitment Week is the first week after winter break (starting on Monday, January 4th) and is when fraternities can extend offers of invitation to new members.
We are so excited to meet the newest members of the Northwestern community!
Congratulations to all of our award winners! We are also so proud of those who were recognized at the Wildcat Excellence Awards: Joey Becker of Northwestern Alpha Epsilon Pi – Tau Delta Chapter, Greek Man of the Year; Sigma Nu at Northwestern, Chapter of the Year and IFC member Andrew Green of Northwestern Delta Tau Delta for being recognized as a member of the Highest Order of Excellence Society. Very well deserved!
Congratulations to the winners of Greek Week 2015!
As Sexual Assault Awareness Month ends, we will be holding a break-out discussion this week to reflect on the issue. The purpose of this discussion, facilitated by members of Northwestern Men Against Rape & Sexual Assault (MARS) and/or SHAPE (Sexual Health & Assault Peer Educators) is essentially to discuss how we currently communicate, how we should communicate to foster healthier relationships, and steps we can take as a community to get there. There will be one mixed gender break-out discussion on Wednesday, May 13th at 7pm in Locy 214 that will last about 45 minutes. This is open to all fraternity men that wish to participate, but space is limited — so RSVP on the following Google form to sign up!
Our IFC council members, chapter presidents and facilitators at NUGLR!