10 May

Greek Life News of Interest

New Recruitment Requirements at USC

In March, the University of Southern California announced a change to the requirements for sorority and fraternity membership.

The new requirement says, “effective Fall 2018, all USC students who wish to participate in Greek organization recruitment must have completed a minimum of 12 academic units, and a minimum USC grade point average of 2.5.” This basically means that incoming students can no longer rush their first semester at USC.

As this information is of interest to our APT members, links to the articles are provided below:

FSU Delta Delta Delta House Construction

Say goodbye to the old and hello to the new! Tri-Delta is constructing a new sorority house on campus, slated to open in time for Formal Recruitment 2019. The historic house’s columns will be repurposed into the new construction. Tri-Delta will remain active on campus during construction.

Latest Articles from the NPC

07 Jan

NPC Chairman’s Message: Campus Safety

It’s on us all to fight for campus safety

While there have always been challenges in the fraternity/sorority community, the recent campus tragedies and events weigh on the hearts and minds of all who work to advocate and preserve the sorority experience. These incidents reinforce that we have an obligation and a duty to re-double our efforts on campus safety. Just as it’s on us all to fight sexual assault, it’s also on us all to fight against hazing, alcohol abuse and dangerous social cultures on college campuses. Simply put, sorority women must be more engaged as advocates in this fight.

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25 Oct

Gamma Phi Beta Alumna in the News

Julie Dunn Eichenberg

Congratulations to Julie Dunn Eichenberg, a newly named Circle of Gold recipient for her outstanding contributions to FSU.  While a student at FSU, she was the Panhellenic Association president, senior class secretary, Order of the Omega Greek Honor Society and the 1993 Greek Woman of the Year.  A member of Gamma Phi Beta, she served as Chair of their national foundation.  Currently serving as Chair of the FSU Foundation, she is the marketing distribution arm of Turner (a Time Warner Company with a portfolio of brands that include CNN, TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network and TCM in Atlanta) where she is vice-president of brand distribution.

Read More on the FSU Website: