The membership recruitment process (formerly known as "rush") of the chapters of women's fraternities at Indiana University begins in the Fall, with an information meeting and Panhellenic registration.

Registration with the Panhellenic Association is conducted during normal business hours in the Office of Greek Affairs: Panhellenic Association, IMU Room 33, 812-855-8845. There is a non-refundable registration fee. Registration ends Nov. 1, 2015.

The calendar for 2016 recruitment for women who attain a 2.8 cumulative GPA for Fall 2015 semester:

  • January 6: PNM Orientaton (PNMs must be back in Bloomington by 7 pm)
  • January 7: Open Round Day 1 (22 chapters)
  • January 8: Open Round Day 2 (22 chapters)
  • January 9: First Invite Day 1 (16 chapters)
  • January 10: First Invite Day 2 (16 chapters)
  • January 11-15: Break for classes
  • January 16: Second Invite (up to 9 chapters)
  • January 17: Preference Round (up to 3 chapters)
  • January 19: Bid Day

Delta Gamma alumnae and initiated collegians are invited to send sponsorship forms and letters of recommendation to the chapter about potential members to Amanda Huffine, director of recruitment, at the chapter house (105 North Jordan Avenue, Bloomington IN 47405) or by e-mail to Amanda Huffine or FAX: (812) 336-8663. Please send as early as possible during the Fall semester.

The Delta Gamma Sponsor Form is available for downloading. (Note: It is a pdf file that can be printed and mailed or sent as an e-mail attachment.)

Delta Gamma collegiate members and alumnae with sisters, daughters or granddaughters registered for recruitment should notify the chapter and provide sponsorship forms and letters of sponsorship for their family member to be considered as a legacy. (The chapter often does not have legacy information.)

Disclaimer: The information provided on this Web site is intended for use by Delta Gamma members only. Delta Gamma Fraternity does not accept responsibility for misuse of this information by non-members and states that use of this information other than its intended purpose is strictly prohibited.

Page last updated: August 23, 2016