Recruitment Information

New members during Bid Turn In.



Any student who have completed at least two full semesters and 12 credit hours at Emory & Henry with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 shall be eligible to participate in recruitment. A first-year student with transfer credits allowing them to have sophomore status cannot participate.  

First-year Students

Any first-year students (including transfer students) who have completed at least 12 credit hours at Emory & Henry and maintained a cumulative GPA of 2.75 shall be eligible to participate in recruitment. 

International students who are at Emory & Henry College for one academic year are eligible to participate in recruitment. 


Any student-athlete who is in season will not be allowed to participate in recruitment. Student-athletes will only be allowed to participate in recruitment during the off-season period based on the discretion of their coaches.


Each organization will host recruitment events leading up to potential new members receiving bids. These events are on-campus and free to attend. 

Recruitment Activities:

Meet the Greeks 

The Greek Council encourages all students interested in fraternity and sorority life to join us for this event held annually. This is a chance to meet the Greek organizations, hear about the chapters, and learn more about the recruitment process. During the event potential new members will 

  1. Pay their registration fee 
  2. Have their GPA checked
  3. Sign the “Anti-Hazing Form” 
  4. Sign-up for Greek Dinners with the organizations 

Spring recruitment sign-ups will be taking place on Presence between February 3, 2020  - February 28, 2020. Meet the Greeks will be taking place on March 1, 2020 from 8PM - 10PM in Wiley 213 & McGlothin Street Hall. 

Greek Dinners

Individual organizations host dinners to provide an opportunity for potential new members to get to know them on a deeper level. 

Bid Turn-In (BTI)

An E&H tradition between Wiley Jackson & the Chapel! Prior to this event, fraternities and sororities will hand out bids (invitations to join their organization) to potential new members (PNM). Fraternities will deliver to PNM rooms and sororities will deliver to PNM mailboxes. Participants will have allotted time to inform the Greek life Specialist and Greek Council President if they have accepted a bid and from what chapter. During the event, participants will announce which chapter they have accepted a bid from. 

Greek Service Day

Organizations go out into the surrounding community to participate in Greek Service Day. 

New Member Education Week 

This is the time period where the new member learns about their Greek organization before initiation. Each organization’s new member education process is different, however, all programs are reported to the Greek Life Specialist and their chapter advisors.