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UW-Eau Claire has two different recruitment processes that our organizations follow. Sorority Formal Recruitment is hosted by the Panhellenic Council and is a great way to meet women from all three National Panhellenic Conference chapters in a structured format. Fraternity recruitment is an informal process where interested men participate in various events held by the individual chapters. Events range from floating down the Chippewa River to tailgating at football games. Recruitment is a great way to begin building your network of college friends while exploring all Greek Life has to offer!

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We are delighted to have you look into our community and learn about what makes us unique. Joining a sorority or fraternity is an exciting and often times, life-changing experience.

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Students interested in joining a Greek organization can complete our Greek Interest Form and a member of the Greek community will help connect you to upcoming opportunities. Structured recruitment activities are listed below.

Sorority Formal Recruitment

Formal recruitment includes pre-recruitment events and regular recruitment rounds.
Pre-recruitment events are opportunities to speak with current sorority women and get any questions answered about Greek Life. Recruitment rounds allow registered women to spend time with each chapter to help them determine which chapter is the best fit for them.

Formal Recruitment is conducted through means of a mutual selection process. At the end of the second round of events, recruitment guests will priority rank in order the chapters they would most like to see again. Likewise, the chapters issue invitations back to the recruitment guests they most wish to see again. Immediately following the last preference party, preference card signing will be explained to all recruitment guests.

Every woman interested in attending Formal Recruitment is required to register,
online, prior to the first round.

Register Here

Fall 2019 Sorority Recruitment Schedule


Come meet the women of the sorority community at these fun, informal events before going through the formal recruitment process.

  • Tie Dye Affair — Monday, September 2, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
    Governors Hall Backyard
  • Therapy Dogs — Wednesday, September 4, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Campus Mall
  • Meet the Greeks and Lollipops — Friday, September 6, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Davies Center Entrance
  • Games with the Greeks at UW Meets EC — Friday, September 6, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
    Garfield Avenue
  • Learn S'more About Greek Life — Sunday, September 8, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
    Fire Pit Behind Sutherland Hall
  • The Hub Takeover Tuesday — Tuesday, September 10, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    The Hub in Davies Center
  • Blu's Organization Bash — Wednesday, September 11, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Campus Mall
  • Get the Tea on Greek Life — Friday, September 13, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Davies Center Entrance
Formal Recruitment Rounds · Must Attend a Minimum of Two Rounds
  • Recruitment Round 1 — Saturday, September 14, 1 p.m.
    Ojibwe Ballroom, Davies Center 330
  • Recruitment Round 2 — Sunday, September 15, 1 p.m.
    Ojibwe Ballroom, Davies Center 330
  • Recruitment Round 3 — Tuesday, September 17, 5 p.m.
    Ojibwe Ballroom, Davies Center 330
  • Recruitment Round 4 — Wednesday, September 18, 5 p.m.
    Ojibwe Ballroom, Davies Center 330

For more information about sorority recruitment or joining a chapter,
contact the Panhellenic Recruitment Chair, Brie Monson, at

Recruitment Counselors

Recruitment counselors are women that disaffiliate themselves from their own chapters for the recruitment process in order to help interested women.  They are unbiased supporters that are here for the potential new members throughout the entire process.  Women participating in formal sorority recruitment should feel free to ask these women anything, since their role is to help them find an answer. They are ready and willing to help and want any woman interested in joining a sorority to find the perfect fit for them.  Get to know the 2019 Recruitment Team below!

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Brie Monson
Panhellenic Recruitment Chair

Grade: Senior
Hometown: Ramsey, MN
Major/Minor: Major Criminal justice and a Minor in Sociology
Why I went Greek: I went Greek to get out of my comfort zone and to be involved in an organization on campus.
Fun Fact: My all time favorite hiking experience was hiking a volcano in Hawaii in the morning to see the sunrise.
Favorite Food: Currently it is sushi

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Taylor Schneider
Panhellenic President

Grade: Senior
Hometown: Durand, WI
Major/Minor: Integrated Strategic Communication, minor Graphic Design
Why I went Greek: To be more involved on campus and gain leadership experience.
Fun Fact: I competed in pageants for a majority of my life.
Favorite Food: Crab Rangoon

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Kirsten Bay
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Junior
Hometown: Oconomowoc, WI
Major/Minor: Biology, Pre-Med
Why I went Greek: I went Greek to meet new people, gain leadership experience, and to give back to the community.
Fun Fact: I went to Europe for a month this summer.
Favorite Food: Pasta

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Taylor Beres
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Sophomore
Hometown: Green Bay, WI
Major/Minor: Microbiology
Why I went Greek: I felt that it was a great opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and to meet new people.
Fun Fact: I have been dancing since I was 4 years old.
Favorite Food: Pasta

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Ruby Dietz
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Junior
Hometown: Pittsville, WI
Major/Minor: Business Management/Finance Minor and Leadership Certificate
Why I went Greek: My oldest sister was in Greek Life at the college she went to and I wanted to find my home away from home and support system like she had. I was also very interested in giving back to the community and finding my life-long friends.
Fun Fact: I have a puppy and love dogs.
Favorite Food: Chocolate covered strawberries

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Cass Hempel
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Sophomore
Hometown: Madison, WI
Major/Minor: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Why I went Greek: To make friends outside of my dorm and to find a support system away from home.
Fun Fact: I have moved 6 times.
Favorite Food: Any kind of potato.

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Alyssa Kollross
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Senior
Hometown: Auburndale, WI
Major/Minor: Information Systems, Marketing Minor
Why I went Greek: I went Greek to meet new people who had similar interests and a passion for helping others!
Fun Fact: I'm a cycling instructor!
Favorite Food: Popcorn

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Cami Lardinois
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Senior
Hometown: Mosinee, WI
Major/Minor: Criminal Justice with a Minor in Psychology
Why I went Greek: I went Greek because I wanted to find a close-knit group of friends and a home away from home.
Fun Fact: I've been to 10 different countries.
Favorite Food: Pasta

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Megan Prorok
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Junior
Hometown: Bruce, WI
Major/Minor: Social Work
Why I went Greek: Greek Life runs in my family and I thought this was a great way to get involved on campus/meet people coming to college.
Fun Fact: I'm still terrified of the dark.
Favorite Food: Sushi

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Amelia Schneider
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Senior
Hometown: Woodbury, MN
Major/Minor: Neuroscience
Why I went Greek: Freshman year I was having a hard time making close relationships. Greek Life helped me make amazing friends and so many connections!
Fun Fact: Summer 2019 I lived in Charleston, South Carolina working at the Medical College of South Carolina! I worked in a neuroscience addictions laboratory.
Favorite Food: Chocolate!

Sorority Recruitment 2019
Nicole Smith
Recruitment Counselor

Grade: Junior
Hometown: River Falls, WI
Major/Minor: Special Education SLD/MCEA
Why I went Greek: To find a new support system, to be more active on campus, and to find my home away from home!
Fun Fact: I have a hamster named Petunia.
Favorite Food: Blueberry Pancakes

Fraternity Recruitment 

Fraternity recruitment is structured very differently from women's recruitment. Recruitment for the men's groups are coordinated by the individual chapters through a variety of events and activities. The Interfraternity Council hosts a few events in the fall semester that provide a means to meet all three national North American Interfraternity Conference chapters on campus and connect with the men of fraternity life at Eau Claire. There is no formal recruitment process, but rather an opportunity for students to connect with the whole community while finding a new home that best suits them.

Fall 2019 Fraternity Recruitment Schedule

  • Meet the Greeks at Move-In - Saturday, August 31, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Upper Campus
  • Tie-Dye Affair and Touch Football - Monday, September 2, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
    Governor's Hall Backyard (pick up game of touch football starting at 3 p.m. on Towers Field)
  • The CookOUT - Thursday, September 5, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
    Horan Hall Backyard
  • UW Meets EC - Friday, September 6, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
    Downtown Eau Claire
  • Football Tailgating and Game - Saturday, September 7, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Carson Park (rides available)
  • Free Pizza with Fraternities - Monday, September 9, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Campus Mall
  • Blu's Organization Bash - Wednesday, September 11, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    Campus Mall 

Individual chapters will be hosting various other events. Complete the Greek Interest Form for more information.

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