The process of gaining membership to a fraternity or sorority at Lafayette College is called "Recruitment". It is the opportunity to ask questions, get to know the organizations on campus, and tour the many houses that are part of the Greek system at Lafayette. It is a mutual selection process that allows for each house to gain a new class of members, and a chance for potential new members to become a part of an organization they will be a part of and love for the rest of their lives.
At Lafayette College recruitment begins during the first week of classes in the beginning of September and lasts for 4 days ending with Bid Day. Within these days, prospective members have the chance to ask questions, tour houses, get acquainted with ladies from the different organizations, and find out what each house has to offer to see which sorority is the best fit for them. You will get a view of the personality of Kappa Kappa Gamma and learn about our philanthropy and everything we are involved in.
Kappa Kappa Gamma requires potential members to have attained at least B- from a previous college term, or a 2.7 cumulative GPA, from the previously completed term as a full-time university student. Each chapter's standing rules for Academics and Membership Selection can be higher than the Fraternity academic requirements; the minimum recommended GPA is a 2.4 at all chapters.