No matter what you are looking for, there is a fraternity at William & Mary for you. Joining an IFC fraternity is fun, simple, and easy. IFC fraternities hold a structured recruitment at the beginning of each semester. However, IFC fraternities may extend bids for membership anytime during each semester.
Step 1: Attend the Fraternity & Sorority Meet & Greet during Orientation to meet all 13 chapters in an informa setting.
Step 2: Attend the IFC Registration Event on after classes start (usually on that Thursday evening). At this event IFC will go over how recruitment works and how to maximize the your individual recruitment process.
REGISTER FOR IFC RECRUITMENT HERE AFTER 8/27
Step 4: Attend the first round of open houses will be on Saturday and Sunday, the first weekend of school in the fall semester along Fraternity Row. The Open Houses are set to start on a staggered basis to allow potential new members an opportunity to explore as many chapters as possible.
2020 SPRING RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE BY DATE
Step 4: Continue to attend open houses through the next two weeks for chapters you are interested in joining. Each chapter will hold multiple recruitment open house events for interested men to stop by.
For the most up to date times, dates, and locations, you can log into TribeLink for all the events or download the complete schedule by date and by chapter here in August.
The Interfraternity Council has established minimum GPA eligibility requirements to join its member fraternities at a 2.5 cumulative GPA. If a student is in their first semester at William & Mary, it is assumed the student meets the minimum GPA requirement.
An 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 receiving 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 Tuesday, February 11th at noon. Petitioners will need to attend the IFC Conduct Board meeting that evening. The petitioner will be sent a confirmation email with details of the Conduct Board meeting. The petition form will be released in September.
Questions? Contact the IFC Vice President of Recruitment [[e|IFC, Kyle Kauffman]]