Recruitment Week Spring 2019


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Thank you for your interest in akpsi!

Recruitment for Spring 2019 has officially closed, but feel free to keep up with our Chapter for next semester news! If you have any questions, please email: vpmembership.akpsi.etarho@gmail.com

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Our Application Process

The Eta Rho chapter accepts applications from current UIC students in the beginning of the semester.

Prospective members should fill out our online application. The application must be filled out before signing up for interviews. Prospective members will then be interviewed by our current Brothers, before potentially being offered a bid.

Prospective members are encouraged to attend as many rush events as possible to learn about our organization and to connect with our current members.

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS Recruitment Week?

Recruitment Week is a four day-long recruitment process where there is an exchange of information such that  potential rushes learn more about Alpha Kappa Psi, while our brothers learn more about the potential candidates!

IS THERE A SPECIFIC MAJOR REQUIREMENT TO Join?

No there is not. All majors are welcome and encouraged!

IS THERE A SPECIFIC YEAR REQUIREMENT TO RUSH?

Not at all! We encourage freshman, sophomores, juniors, and even seniors to rush, as long as you have 2 semesters left until graduation!

DO I HAVE TO ATTEND ALL RUSH NIGHTS IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A BID?

While it is not required to attend all rush nights, we do recommend that prospective potential members to attend as many nights as they can. In order to be eligible for a bid, you must submit an application through the “Apply Now” link.

WHAT IS A BID?

A bid is an invitation to become a new member in our fraternity. By coming out to Recruitment week, you will be eligible to receive a bid.

IF I DON’T GET A BID, CAN I Try to join MORE THAN ONCE?

Yes! You can try as many semesters as you’d like.

WHAT HAPPENS ONCE I GET A BID?

Once you get a bid, you can either accept it, reject it, or defer it to the next semester.