No matter what you are looking for, there is a fraternity at William & Mary for you. Joining a fraternity is fun, simple, and easy. Below is some important information to help you get started.
- For updates and more information on IFC Fraternity Recruitment like the IFC Recruitment Facebook Page
- View the North American Interfraternity Conference video about Fraternity Membership
- Learn more about the Fraternity Recruitment Process at The College of William & Mary - How to Join a Fraternity (pdf)
Throughout the early part of the semester, each chapter will hold multiple recruitment open house events for interested men to stop by and check out the fraternity. For times, dates, and locations, please refer to the Fraternity Open House Schedules (this schedule will be updated as needed).
Spring 2016 Fraternity Open House Schedules
Please check back periodically for updated information.
The Interfraternity Council has established minimum GPA eligibility requirements to join its member fraternities. If a student is a member of the class of 2016, 2017, or 2018; the minimum GPA requirement is a 2.0 cumulative GPA established at William & Mary. If a student is a member of the class of 2019; the minimum GPA requirement is a 2.25 cumulative GPA established at William & Mary. However, if a student is entering their first semester at William & Mary (i.e. freshman or transfer student) the student is assumed to meet this requirement.
Each IFC Fraternity may have minimum GPA requirements above the eligibility requirements established by the Interfraternity Council. Each potential new member should ask about individual chapter GPA requirements during recruitment.
If a student does not meet IFC established GPA requirements, the student may petition the IFC Conduct Board for an exemption. A student must be recieveing a bid for membership from an IFC Fraternity to petition. Petitions may not be submitted until a chapter has indicated they are willing to sponsor a student petition. Petitions for men seeking to join a fraternity this semester will be due by Monday, February 15th at 5:00 p.m. in the Interfraternity Council office, Campus Center Student Organizations Suite - Room 4. Petitioners will need to attend the IFC Conduct Board meeting that week. The petitioner will be sent an email with the date, time, and location of the Conduct Board meeting. IFC GPA Petition (pdf)
Each year a handful of fraternities at the College will make scholarships available to new students. If you are interested in an opportunity to get some financial assistance, here's a great place to start looking. Information on scholarships offered by chapters will be available in the summer, please check back then.
Questions? Contact the IFC Vice President of Recruitment [[e|jgsisco, Jordan Sisco]]