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How do I join?

Fraternity & Sorority recruitment is held at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. During recruitment, chapters host events for interested students. 

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Eligibility Requirements:

  1. 12 college units completed. Transferred college units and AP credit can meet this requirement.
  2. Cumulative 2.5 GPA; some individual chapters/colonies maintain an even higher minimum GPA requirement with the exception of NPC sororities that determine their organization’s minimum GPA.
  3. Enrolled in at least 6 units at CSUSM.
  4. In good standing with the university conduct process and not on university probation.

If you have any questions about eligibility, please contact us PRIOR to registering. Visit SLL or contact us at 760-750-4970.

Fraternity Recruitment (Men's Groups)

Chapters will host events the week of February 5-9, 2018. 

The deadline to register is Tuesday, February 6th at 11:59pm. Registration is now closed.

Questions about men's recruitment?  Contact Matt Richard, Vice President Men's Recruitment at 

Sorority Recruitment (Women's Groups)

Alpha Pi Sigma, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, and Sigma Gamma Rho hosted events will be held February 5-9, 2018.

The deadline to register is Tuesday, February 6th  at 11:59pm. Registration is now closed.

NPC Sorority Recruitment (Women's Groups)

Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Zeta, and Alpha Chi Omega will host formal recruitment February 9-11, 2018.  The cost to register for this process is $25.00 which is a non-refundable administrative fee and does not guarantee an invitation to membership (for more info on this please refer to the registration form and/or contact us).  The deadline to register for NPC recruitment is February 6th at 11:59pm. Registration is now closed.

Recruitment Orientation will be held on Thursday, February 8th from 12-1pm. Attendance is mandatory. 

Questions about women's recruitment? Contact Marissa McShane, VP of Women's Recruitment at

FSL 101: New Member Education

Friday, March 2, 2018, 2:00-7:00pm
USU Ballroom

Each fall and spring new members from all fraternities and sororites are invited to join us for FSL 101 which covers five major areas of education: alcohol/drugs, hazing, sexual assault, diversity/inclusion, and academic success.

Using videos, group activities, and reflection, new members are engaged in critical thinking and dialogue about how they can keep themselves and others safe while supporting a community welcoming of all. We are diving into what does it really mean to be Greek at CSUSM.