Spring Recruitment Schedule:
Saturday, January 18
Convocation: Opening ceremonies will take place at 6:30pm in the WSHCAB Auditorium. All rushees are required. Each will be assigned a Recruitment Manager and group at this event, and IFC will present important information.
Round One (1A): Rushees will visit half of the IFC member fraternities with their Recruitment Captains. RMs will start and stop each event to ensure fair play. Each group will spend 20 minutes in each house before switching.
7:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 19
Round One (1B): Rushees will visit the remaining IFC member fraternities with their Recruitment Captains. RMs will start and stop each even tot ensure fair play. Each group will spend 20 minutes in each house before switching.
7:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Monday, January 20
Round Two: Rushees will visit six (6) fraternities on their own during round two. Fraternities will invite rushees back via the online ICS Recruitment System, and rushees may choose up to six (6) chapters to return to. RMs will be present to ensure fair play.
Tuesday, January 21
Round Three: Rushees will visit three (3) fraternities on their own during round three. Fraternities will invite rushees back via the online ICS Recruitment System, and rushees may choose up to three (3) chapters to return to. RMs will be present to ensure fair play.
Wednesday, January 22
Smokers (Round Four): Rushees will visit the fraternities they most want to join. Fraternities will invite rushees back via the online ICS Recruitment System. Fraternities will give bids during Smoker’s Round. RMs will be present to ensure fair play.
8:00 p.m. – 11:59pm
Thursday, January 23
Closing: Rushees will formally accept bids by joining their new fraternities in Harland Cinema for Closing Ceremonies at 6:30pm followed by Run the Row.
6:30 p.m. Closing Ceremonies / Run the Row
7:00 p.m. Chapter Dinners and Celebrations
11:59 p.m. IFC Spring Recruitment Ends
President's Welcome:It is my pleasure to welcome you to the online home of the Interfraternity Council at Emory University. The Interfraternity Council is focused on representing the ideals, interests and needs of our fourteen member fraternities. Year after year we see more men choosing to participate in recruitment and join IFC chapters, and I think this speaks to the committment of Emory's fraternity men to continue to strengthen and grow the fraternity system. This year IFC hopes to pursue judicial reform within the council and Greek community, work with the University to better implement fraternity housing policies, increase our marketing efforts, and cooperate with our chapters on issues that matter to them. This year’s council will focus on concrete results that benefit Greek men and organizations—but we need feedback and collaboration to do that. If you are not yet involved in Greek life, I encourage you to explore our website, meet fraternity men on campus, and ultimately participate in recruitment. There is a place for everyone in the fraternity community here, and our current members will help you find yours. Feel free to contact our officers and presidents with any questions and concerns. Sincerely, Jason Stern, 14C President, Interfraternity Council