NPHC Membership Intake

National Pan-Hellenic Council at the University of North Alabama

NPHC participates in a delayed recruitment commonly called Membership Intake (MIP). Before an individual can join a NPHC organization, he or she must have accumulated 12 or more semester hours at the University, earned a 2.5 cumulative GPA, be in good standing with the University and attended NPHC convocation in the academic year that the student plans to participate in intake.

2015 Spring NPHC Convocation will take place January 21st at 7:00pm in the Performance Center of the GUC with guest speaker, Eddie Francis of "Great Black Speakers". 2015 Fall NPHC Convocation will take place the first week of September in the Performance Center of the GUC at 7:00 pm. Guest speaker for the fall convocation will be Rasheed Cromwell, Esq of Harbor Institute.

STEP ONE: Convocation

The purpose of convocation is to give students information about the various groups, membership requirements, and benefits of joining Greek Life.

Convocation is also an opportunity for the Office of Student Engagement to discuss important information about Hazing guidelines, the challenges of joining a Greek-letter organization, and the various guidelines specific to joining an organization at UNA.

STEP TWO: Research and Interest Meetings/Groups or Rush

Attend interest meetings of the organization that you have serious interest in. In order to determine which organization your are interested in, we encourage students to research each organization in order to discern which chapter is a best fit for you. Please note that some organizations do not conduct interest meetings.

STEP THREE: Membership Intake or Member Recruitment

Each organization takes individuals through a Membership Intake process. The process is comprised of an Interest Meeting/Group, Rush, and a formal application process. Each chapter's process has been approved by the national organization.

General Requirements:

At least 12 or more credit hours at The University of North Alabama Community service hours
Letters of recommendation (Active Members, Alumni, Professors)
2.5 GPA or higher
New member classes range in size typically from 1 member to 20 members
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