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Membership Qualifications

By now you have garnered much information about our unique Fellowship. Because upliftment is not only a difficult job, but also a continuous one - we are always in search of strong-minded men who feel called to the challenege and ideology of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc.®

To become a member of the Fellowship, men must successfully complete an orientation and development program that has been authorized by the National Office, and meet the Fellowship’s official membership qualifications, which are:

Graduate Member Qualifications:

  • Submission of an official membership application;
  • Attainment and proof of a degree from a 4-year college degree, or proof of a 2-year degree from a 2-year college (e.g., a junior college, community college, or business school);
  • Note: Candidates without a 4-year degree, but who have proof of a minimum 2-year degree may apply, but must be approved by the Regional Director.
  • No current or past memberships in other fraternities, except for those considered as an academic or honorary type organization. Current or past memberships in organizations like the Masons, Jaycees and Elks are acceptable;
  • Submission of an initiation fee payment.

Undergraduate Member Qualifications:

  • Submission of an official membership application;
  • Current enrollment as a full-time student at a 4-year college or university, or current enrollment as a full-time student at a 2-year junior college, community college, or business school;
  • No current or past memberships in other fraternities, except for those considered as an academic or honorary type organization. Current or past memberships in organizations like the Masons, Jaycees and Elks are acceptable; *
  • Submission of an initiation fee payment;

* If the requirements of the educational institution differ from those of Groove Phi Groove, S.F.I., the school’s requirements shall take precedent as it relates to undergraduate membership candidates. All grade point averages and academic classifications must be confirmed by an official college transcript.