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10 • TROY Greek Community
How do I join a NPHC organization?
The National Pan-Hellenic Council’s recruitment process, known as Intake, begins with
Convocation, which will be held on August 21, 2014 in Trojan Center Ballrooms A and B beginning
at 7 p.m.This is an interactive, open forum in which all organizational members of the
NPHC council are present to answer questions and present their organizations. Business attire is
required for Convocation.
Students looking to go through the Intake process of an NPHC organization
are required to attend
convocation sometime in their college career to be eligible to go through the Intake process. After you have
attended convocation, your name will be entered into a database which will allow us to see that you have
attended a required convocation.
How do I Register for Convocation?
Registration for convocation can be completed by visiting trojan.troy.edu/organizations/greek/nphc/
greekconvocation.html. Registration for Convocation will end at 12 pm (noon) on August 21, 2014, please
register before the deadline.You must register online for convocation. Online registration will open June 16.
The cost of attending convocation is $10. If you can’t pay at the time of registration with a credit card, you can
opt out of paying online and come to the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership,Trojan Center 215
and pay with cash or a check. All checks will need to be made out to TROY National Pan-Hellenic Council.
For more information about NPHC and the Online Registration for Convocation, please visit the NPHC
webpage at
trojan.troy.edu/organizations/greek/nphc/index.html.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the governing body for eight Troy
University fraternities and sororities on campus. Commonly known as the Divine
Nine, these historically African American Greek Letter organizations are centered
on community service, academics, leadership and brotherhood/sisterhood. The
NPHC Council is comprised of one delegate from each member organization and four
executive officers that lead this council.