During the Inter Fraternal Council's official signing, rushees watch a brief video about the dangers of alcohol within the Greek system.
Fraternities across University of Oklahoma's campus have just gone through spring formal rush. Out of an original 75 rushees, 40 men have now signed with IFC, and added themselves to OU's already 22 percent undergrad Greek Life (as stated in the 2009 Princeton Review).
Spring rush for most houses is often a time when they can sign those freshmen students who chose to wait a semester before signing with house, or for students found out that the house they originally signed with in the fall was just not the best fit for them.
The Inter Fraternal Council's (IFC) Vice President of Recruitment, Michael Nash ran this semester's rush, along with IFC Advisor, Kevin Estep and others on the IFC Executive Council.
"I think it went really well for the spring. I didn't expect a huge turn out, but I our numbers were good," Michael Nash said.
Now Nash and the rest of IFC can start looking toward summer and fall rush seasons, to more effectively sign men into the best house for them.