Becoming a fraternity man is the best decision a University of Washington student can make. The fraternity experience cultivates meaningful friendships that last a lifetime. It encourages men to succeed in the classroom and develop the leadership skills necessary for life after graduation. Furthermore, being a part of the Greek Community unlocks a vast network of people that enhances both social and professional development, providing a truly fulfilling college experience.
We have a unique Greek Community here at UW. Unlike other universities, our new members live in the fraternity house once school starts. This not only gives them immediate mentorship from upperclassmen, but also provides opportunities like serenades, exchanges, and gamedays that instantly get them involved in their new brotherhood and greater community. With 28 unique fraternities just north of campus, there is a new home for everyone.
Sign up for informal recruitment today! Once on the list, IFC fraternities can reach out, introduce you to their organization, and invite you to recruitment events.
If you’re interested in structured recruitment, we have two structured recruitment weeks this year: July 11-15 & August 8-12. Hope to see you there!
Registration for Recruitment Week is now open! https://uwifc.mycampusdirector2.com/landing/
REGISTRATION FOR JULY 11-15 RECRUITMENT WEEK CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT ON JULY 7TH. REGISTRATION FOR AUGUST 8-12 RECRUITMENT WEEK CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT AUGUST 4TH.
The base registration fee is $125 (covers meals and materials). For men staying on campus during Recruitment Week there is an additional housing cost of $225.
*Cancellation Fee: After registering for recruitment week, if you cancel up to three weeks prior to the session you signed up for, you will receive a 50% discount off your total amount paid. For example, if you signed up for just the $125 base registration fee, then you would receive $62.5 back from your paid amount. If you cancel anytime after three weeks before a recruitment week, you will not receive a refund and will pay the full amount.