How to Join

Joining a fraternity or sorority opens the door to many opportunities to enhance your collegiate experience, get involved, and pursue personal growth through leadership, scholarship, and service, while making memories and friendships to last a lifetime.

Chapters in our Greek community are represented by three councils. Each council has different processes for welcoming new members into respective chapters. Take time to learn more about each council's recruitment process and how to join an organization.

The Greek Tiger is our annual recruitment publication with the information you need to explore the process of joining a chapter. 

IFC Recruitment

ifc students preparing for recruitment

As governing body of 18 fraternities on LSU’s campus, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) establishes guidelines for managing the issues and activities of each chapter. Its purpose is to promote unity among individual chapters, foster relations between the Greek community and the university, and see that all rules, policies, and regulations passed by the council are followed by the fraternities.

 

NPHC Intake

nphc students preparing for intake

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is composed of nine International Greek letter Sororities and Fraternities. LSU currently has four of the nine NPHC organizations. 

 

PHC Recruitment

phc students prepare for recruitment

The Panhellenic Council (PHC) is the governing body of 14 sororities on campus and plans the formal recruitment process.