Greek Discovery Day 2013 will take place on Saturday, April 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event is a great opportunity for all high school juniors, seniors, their parents, as well as any current non-Greek Oklahoma State University students to attend. The students and parents will have the opportunity to participate in chapter house and campus tours and enjoy informative and exciting programs throughout the day.
Greek Discovery Day attracts high school and current OSU students from various states to scan what each chapter on campus has to offer. There will be members present from the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council.
“This year the student leaders have targeted very select goals to improve the program,” said Liz Osborne, Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs. “Ideally, each of the councils would like to increase attendance from more distant states instead of a majority of students being from states bordering Oklahoma. This goal would help enrich OSU’s fraternity and sorority community and better serve a variety of backgrounds.”
Some students may be hesitant about attending Greek Discovery Day, “I recommend attending the event with an open mind,” Osborne said. “I hope each student that attends will take the time to learn about each of the councils so they can find a home that best fits them.”
Students can register online at http://union.okstate.edu/GoGreek/GDD.htm. The deadline for online registration will be noon on Monday, April 1.
Any registrations received after Friday March 22at noon will not include a Greek Discovery Day t-shirt. On-site registration will be available with cash or check.
For more information on Greek Discovery Day 2013, please contact the Fraternity & Sorority Affairs at 405-744-5490 or visit the website http://gogreek.okstate.edu.