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The NIU IFC is committed to a safe, informed recruitment process. Becoming a Greek is an important, proud moment of a man’s journey and it is important that it is a safe, informative process that helps to build lifelong bonds with other members.
NIU’s Interfraternal Council believes that it is important to be involved both within the Greek Community and the Campus Community and takes pride in being part of Huskie Culture.
While every member’s experience is different, you will get what you put into it. As an undergraduate, expect opportunities to develop lifelong friendships with fellow members and other Greeks. Also the ability to volunteer and benefit the community through a variety of outlets will lead to the continued development as a integral part of society. Academics will benefit as well through collaboration with other members.
Some chapters even have excellent resources for professional development and alumni groups once you graduate.
No. Hazing is a form of abuse and any fraternity found to be committing hazing at Northern Illinois University will be suspended. Joining a fraternity is a fun, life changing process that should be positive for both the chapter and the new member. Hazing has no part of this experience and a new member should not feel any pressure or abuse to become part of the group.
The cost of a fraternity varies by chapter. Each fraternity typically has a new member dues rate as well as a member rate. Be sure to ask the rush chair of each fraternity you visit to discover their dues structure as well as cost of housing if it might be of interest to you.
From friends I still maintain contact with to professional networking, going Greek proved to be a capstone to the education I received while attending Northern Illinois University.