Requirements to Join
In order to join any student organization, you must be a currently enrolled Georgia State University student. Each Greek letter organization has grade point average and credit hour requirements specific to their chapter. Listed below are further details regarding the recruitment and or membership intake process for each council. Please review the council’s chapter information sheet for further details on the grade and credit hour requirements.

Recruitment/Membership Intake
Recruitment or membership intake is a mutual selection process for joining a fraternity or sorority. It is a time for parents and aspiring students to discuss time commitments, define financial obligations, and ask questions regarding the requirements of membership. Whether or not you decide to join a fraternity or sorority, recruitment and membership intake are great ways to meet people, find out more information on Greek Life, and get acquainted with student life at Georgia State University.

Benefits of Greek Membership
  • A supportive community in which to grow and learn
  • Commitment to and support for academic achievement
  • Self confidence and problem solving skills
  • An opportunity to meet a wide range of people
  • Involvement opportunities within your organization and the Greek community
  • Enhancement of the college experience
  • A national network of sisters, brothers, and alumni
  • Community service experiences both on and off campus
  • Local and national leadership opportunities
  • Development of necessary skills and hands on experience needed post graduation


Check out Greek Life membership opportunities in the following locations on campus:
  • Student Center
  • Library Plaza: flyers & tables during the lunch breaks