Phi Delta Epsilon aims to take on the most ambitious, passionate, and skilled students at the University of Central Florida to create a family of high achieving brothers and sisters.
New member requirements
Must have a 3.5 cumulative UCF gpa
Plan on attending medical school after undergraduate career (MD or DO)
Be a full-time student (12 credits or greater)
Attend 75% of chapter meetings (Wednesdays at 7:30 pm)
Spring 2019 rush
For events with a TBD location, please check our social media for any updates
Tabling- January 14th, 15th, 16th all day @ the Boardwalk by Memory Mall.
Info Sessions- Wednesday, January 16th (in HEC 125)
Thursday, January 17th (in ENG2-105) @ 6:00-7:30 p.m
Hot Cocoa Social- Sunday, January 20th @ 2:30-5:00 p.m Location: Teaching Academy 116
Ice-cream Social- Tuesday, January 22nd @ 7:00-8:30 p.m Location: Nicholson School of Communication 101
Invite Only Event- Wednesday, January 23rd @ 7:30-9:30p.m Location: Harris Engineering Center 117
Invite Only Event- Friday, January 25th @ 6:00-8:00p.m Location TBD
Bid Day for New Members- Saturday, January 26th @7:00 p.m Cocktail Attire
When is rush?
Spring 2019 Rush
CALLING ALL INTERESTED MD & DO DRIVEN STUDENTS!
During the first two weeks of classes our members will be tabling between the Boardwalk and Starbucks, on the free speech lawn. Stop by to learn more about our organization and all that we have to offer. (Look for the purple tent!)
We will also be having TWO information sessions (January 16th and 17th).These sessions are designed for anyone interested in the organization to find out more about us, in depth, and about the process it takes to become a member!
We are so excited to kick off our Spring 2019 Rush season, and can't wait to meet so many new faces!
If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to message the Facebook or email Faith Gottal, our VP of Recruitment at email@example.com.
Check out our Facebook page Phi Delta Epsilon at UCF for any updates.
What is rush?
Rush, known more formally as recruitment week, is a series of social events and gatherings that allow prospective and current fraternity members to get to know each other.At the end of rush, we offer "bids" to the students we believe will be the best fits for membership. The accepted members will then attend their Bid Day event in the evening to welcome the new class into the Fraternity.
Rush takes place within the first four weeks of each semester and will have several required, optional, and invite only events.
Above is our Tau Class that rushed in Fall 2018. We are extremely proud to have them in our fraternity!