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High Point University Spring Recruitment Registration

One University Parkway | High Point, NC 27268 | 336-841-9618 | IFC@highpoint.edu | https://www.highpoint.edu/fraternity-sorority-life/

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED

Welcome to IFC Fraternity Recruitment Registration. 

(Men’s Greek Life)

Please read ALL information below. 

 

Please note: All dates/times are subject to change. Any changes to the recruitment schedule will be promptly communicated to those who have expressed interest or registered. For the most up to date information about IFC recruitment,

 Please utilize the IFC Instagram @hpu_ifc 

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There is alot of important information below. Please read ALL of it,
including the IFC Recruitment schedule. If you have any questions, contact IFC Vice President of Recruitment, Daniel Savino, at dsavino@highpoint.edu, IFC President Braeden Boyle, at bboyle1@highpoint.edu, IFC@highpoint.edu or The Office of Fraternity and Sorority life (Madison Simmons) at Msimmon4@highpoint.edu

 

1. Recruitment Registration closes on Sunday, January 22nd at 11:59pm. There will be NO late submissions allowed past the deadline. 

 

2. You MUST attend a Mandatory IFC Recruitment Meeting on Sunday, January 22nd @ 8:00 pm in WEBB CONFERENCE CENTER.  At this meeting we will walk through the recruitment schedule / expectations from the chapters as well as from the IFC. 


3. As an individual wishing to go through recruitment, you must complete two hazing modules. If you do not complete them, you will not be able to go through the recruitment process. These must be completed by the Mandatory Meeting..  **Please note: There are TWO courses.

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The High Point University Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is excited to introduce two-course requirements for all students participating in the fraternity/sorority experience.  Hazing Prevention: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility 101TM and Hazing Prevention: It’s Everyone’s responsibility. The Fraternity & Sorority Life Module. This program must be completed by January 23rd. 


Hazing Prevention 101 is an awareness course educating students on how to recognize, prevent and report hazing. The real-life scenarios prepare students, group members, and bystanders to make informed decisions, ultimately empowering them to prevent hazing.


The Fraternity & Sorority Life Module is an extension of the prerequisite course, Hazing Prevention: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility 101™, designed for university students in fraternities and sororities. This 15-minute module dives deeper into the specific needs of fraternity and sorority life.


Register to complete these courses at https://highpoint.prevent.zone/   Completion of the courses is a requirement to participate in recruitment. You will not be allowed to participate in recruitment if this course is not completed. No exceptions.

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Pre rush events (Not mandatory but highly encouraged)

There will be Emails / Posts on the IFC instagram to remind you about these. 


Women's Basketball Game (January 11th): (Qubein Arena) 7 pm - 8:30pm

  • Chapters will have tables at the arena with 4-5 representatives for interested members to meet and get to know the chapters better. This will be a “Greek” game with free food, and other opportunities for Potential new Members to  meet the chapters. 

Chapter Open-House (January 18th): Similar to the first night of rush, PNMs will be allowed to visit whatever fraternity house they would like to meet brothers and get shown around each of the fraternity houses

-IF ATTENDING CHAPTER OPEN HOUSE: MANDATORY Check-in at IFC table located INSIDE WEBB CONFERENCE CENTER for a wristband from prior to the event (7 pm-8:30pm)

 

IFC BBQ (January 20th): (Webb Ballroom) Check-in at main table (7 pm-8:30 pm) 



IFC Spring 2022 Recruitment Schedule:

Check-In/Check-Out:  Please plan to arrive at Webb Conference Center Room 202, approximately 15 minutes or earlier, prior to the start of each round to check in with the Interfraternity Council (This excludes Off-Campus night and Bid Day). You will be released to the chapter locations from Webb Conference Center (Building is located across the street from the intramural fields parking lot) .

 

Round 1 (Round Robbin Night) – Monday, January 23rd

Event Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Meeting Location: 2nd Floor of Webb

What to wear: Business Professional (Full Suit and Tie / “Dress to Impress”) 

How the parties work: You are required to visit all of the chapters during this round. You will attend each fraternity location with a member from the IFC Executive Board (Stay with your group leader for the entirety of this round). Each round will be 25 minutes and you’ll have 5 minutes to rotate between each chapter house. 

 

Round 2 (PNM Choice) – Tuesday, January 24th

Event Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Location: 2nd Floor of Webb 

What to wear: Khakis and polo

How the parties work: You will be free to visit any chapter(s) that you would like, for any amount of time, during this round. You will start in Webb 202 to check in with your IFC Executive Board leader. You will then be able to attend any fraternity location to continue meeting their members. 

 

Round 3 (Chapter Invites) – Wednesday, January 25th

Event Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Location: 2nd Floor of Webb

What to wear: Kakis and polo

How the parties work: Party attendance is by invitation only. You are NOT eligible to enter a house you have not been invited to. No Exceptions. You will start in Webb Conference Centerto check in with your IFC Executive Board leader. You will then be able to visit any fraternity you have been invited back to for any amount of time. 

Round 4 (Chapter Invites, Off-Campus) – Thursday, January 26th

Event Time: 5:30pm – 9:00pm

 Location: 2nd Floor of Phillips (various rooms) 

What to wear: Casual

How the parties work: Party attendance is by invitation only. You will start in various rooms in Phillips School of Business to check in with your IFC Executive Board leader. You will then be able to attend a local off-campus location with any fraternity you have been invited back to, for any amount of time. Members of the fraternity are responsible for driving PNMs to their off campus venue, including another fraternity's off campus venue if you were invited back to more than oneYou must check back in at Phillips at the conclusion of this round OR YOU WILL BE DROPPED.

 

Bid Day – Friday, January 27th

Event Time: 8pm

Event Location: Webb Conference Center 103

What to wear: Casual (Chapters will provide a Bid Day T-Shirt)

If you have any questions, contact IFC Vice President of Recruitment, Daniel Savino or IFC President, Braeden Boyle or Madison Simmons

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED