In order to be eligible for a membership intake process for any NPHC organization, students must:

-Achieve a GPA at or above a 2.5 (some organizations require higher academic standards)

-Earn at least 12 credit hours (some organizations require additional credits)

-Complete the Prospective Member Education Session with Sorority and Fraternity Life

Prospective Member Education Session Time/Location:

Spring 2019 Sessions will be scheduled soon!

Thank you for your interest in joining the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) here at The Ohio State University! We are currently restructuring our educational program for NPHC potential new members. There are educational requirements known as seminars that must be met in order to join an NPHC organization.

To maintain the positive impact that the award-winning course has had over time, the NPHC is working with the Office of Student Life, Sorority and Fraternity Life to develop workshops in the spring semester that will be mandatory for any student interested in joining an NPHC organization in the spring semester. In order to join an NPHC organization individuals must complete two seminars, the first seminar is focused on new member rights and responsibilities and the second seminar is focused on council operations of the NPHC. Please see the chart below for date, time and location of the seminars.

The NPHC seminars are designed to educate prospective members on the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the 9 member organizations, NPHC at Ohio State, and the rights and responsibilities of members and prospective members.   Seminars can be completed at any time during a student’s undergraduate career, prior to beginning membership intake.

Students who have previously completed the ESHESA 2575 NPHC Leadership Course will not be required to complete the seminars.


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