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Detroit Mercy has a rich and long-standing tradition of Greek Life on campus.

The Detroit Mercy fraternity and sorority community continues to promote the 100 years of leadership, scholastic achievement, service to the community and friendship.

Detroit Mercy features 11 Greek organizations, whose goal is to function as one cohesive unit with the campus and community, while continuously building "The Best Greek" community.

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    Detroit Mercy Greek Council

    The Greek Council was formed to have a body of representatives to oversee activities throughout all Greek Organizations on campus. Greek Council is also responsible for recruitment events hosted by all the Greek Organizations and also makes up the representatives for Greek Week, hosted every winter semester.

    Greek Council meets every other Thursday at 9:30 p.m. in the Engineering Building, Room 120.

    Greek Conference: Saturday, February 4, 2017. Location: Student Center, Ballroom, 2nd Floor
    Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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    Recruitment

    Recruitment is a term used in Greek Life for the process of attracting new members. This process happens during both semesters with organizations providing different types of events open to students.

    Upper class recruitment: Happens at the beginning of each semester. You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA to join a Greek Organization.

    Freshman recruitment: The first semester for freshmen students is restricted by deferred recruitment, which means for a certain period of time Greek organizations cannot recruit members. Freshman are required to have a minimum of 2.5 GPA in high school.

    Please note Architecture majors cannot join a Greek Organization during their first year at the University.

    Please contact us at studentlifeoffice@udmercy.edu or 313-993-1150 for further information regarding recruitment.

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    Greek Week

    Greek Week is March 27-30, 2017. Check back closer to Greek Week for more details.
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