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For More Information, Contact:

Scott A. Irlbacher, M.A.
Director of Special Programs &
Student Community Standards
Student Life
412-397-2596 phone
412-397-2202 fax
Nicholson Center 2nd
Moon Campus

Fraternity Recruitment

RMU Fraternity Chapter's hold membership recruitment events throughout the calendar year to introduce prospective members to the benefits of membership in a national collegiate fraternal organization. Students interested in learning more about membership in a national fraternity are welcome and encouraged to attend these events to become better acquainted with the RMU chapters, their activities, and members.

IFC policy requires that each associate/new member must have a minimum college grade point average of 2.50 to receive an associate and/or new member bid for possible full active membership. First semester students (freshmen and transfers) are excluded from this requirement provided they are a full-time undergraduate student attending the Moon campus. At this time, students enrolled in online degree programs are not considered eligible to join fraternities.

Contact Information:

For students interested in more information about joining a fraternity at RMU, please contact the Interfraternity Council Vice President for Recruitment, Mr. Kevin Randolph, at

If you are interested in joining Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. or Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. please contact the Office of Student Life at 412-397-4352 or e-mail so we can connect you with men in these organizations.