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Founded in 1872 by ten forward thinking women at Syracuse University, Alpha Phi is now one of the oldest and largest women's fraternities in North America.

The Eta Lambda chapter of George Mason was colonized in 1988, and is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in October of 2013.  Since 1988, the Eta Lambda chapter has won many awards for excellence in Philanthropy, Leadership, and Service.     

Recruitment

 
 

How Does Recruitment Work?

 

 
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Panhellenic Formal Recruitment

Panhellenic Recruitment is a mutual selection process where a potential member has the opportunity to meet with chapter members, ask a variety of questions, and tour the chapter houses. Formal Recruitment is September 4-8, 2014. Recruitment is a fun-filled four days of socials, during which sororities share their sisterhood with potential members. These days allow you to get a glimpse into the personalities and values of each of the 7 chapters. Just as sororities are looking for the right women to join their chapters, you should be looking for a chapter that fits you. Each sorority has something unique to offer and with 7 chapters, you will be able to find a group of women with whom you identify.


“If you have any more questions about Formal Recruitment or would like to register, check out Panhellenic’s recruitment page.” 

 
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I love recruitment. It’s such a fun experience, and it made such an impact on my freshman year. Here at Alpha Phi I found my best friends and sisters for a lifetime.
— Anna Green, VP of Recruitment

Meet Our VP of Recruitment

 

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Each of our sisters contributes to Alpha Phi in her own way.  We have over 130 sisters from all over the United States.  Each one of our sisters has a quirky personality.  We are well-rounded women, who pride ourselves on excelling in the classroom, serving the community through philanthropy, and most importantly, supporting one another through successes as well as hardships.  

We hope that you take the opportunity to learn more about all 7 of the great organizations at George Mason, and we can’t wait to see you at Formal Recruitment in September!