What does it mean to join a Fraternity?

Joining a fraternity means joining a lifelong brotherhood of men who will drop what they are doing to be there for you in your time of need. Greek life at the University of Kentucky will not only bring your son into an organization of strong-willed men who will be lifelong brothers, but it also brings them into a strong community that they will be able to build relationships and foster friendships through. Members of our fraternities hold themselves to a level that must be earned by their members, not given to. Therefore, our fraternity men work hard to make sure they maintain strong academics, a good image with the community and active campus involvement. They not only work to better themselves, but also strive to better those around them by being an ever present support system. This is just a short synopsis of what joining a fraternity at the University of Kentucky will offer to your son. For more information regarding other policies related to fraternity life, please navigate one of the following links below.

Expected Fees

In order to be eligible for Fraternity Recruitment the student must pay the $25 Recruitment Fee at the end of the registration form. The fee goes up to $30 on August 21. The individual chapters have varying dues and fees in accordance with their budgets that are established prior to the school year. For more information on individual chapter dues, please visit the chapter's biography page and contact either the President or Recruitment Chair as listed on their page.

Hazing Prevention Policy

The University of Kentucky's Hazing Prevention Policy (Administrative Regulation 6:10) defines hazing a (1) negligent or reckless in nature; (2) humiliating or endangers an individual; or (3) unreasonably interferes with scholastic or employment activities. In addition to the University policy, the Interfraternity Council includes hazing in its expectations about member safety and endorses the University policy. 

For more information on the University of Kentucky's Hazing Policy and how to report hazing visit: www.stophazing.uky.edu. The goal of the hazing prevention policy is to support groups in creating safe and healthy environments for members that are hazing free. The policy includes protections for organizations and individuals who report hazing.


For more information on the IFC's scholarship policies and programs please click here.

Important Contact information

Fraternity Affairs Advisor: Emily Perrin Britt
    Phone: (859) 257-3151
    Email: emily.britt@uky.edu

President: Cole Tipton
    Email: cole@tiptoninc.net

VP of Recruitment: Will Carrico
    Email: will.carrico@uky.edu

Register for Recruitment

You can register for recruitment through the following link .

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