Frequently Asked Questions
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How much does sorority recruitment cost and where does the money go?
Recruitment registration fees will follow a payment schedule depending on when the Potential New Member registers. Registration is $70.00. The registration fee covers the costs of tshirts, promotional items, refreshments, materials, use of the student union etc. that will be incurred during the process.
Can women who are not freshmen go through sorority recruitment?
Absolutely! Sororities accept women of all academic class standings. Sorority life has a lot to offer to women to all college women. There is no reason for you to miss out on this experience because you aren’t a freshman.
Which sorority is the best to join?
All of the sororities offer different incentives and opportunities through their membership. It really depends on what you are looking for in a sorority and what each has to offer your needs. The best way to find out which sorority is right for you is to go through Panhellenic Recruitment and to keep an open mind throughout the process. This is very important in order to allow yourself an honest opportunity to find your true home.
What can Greek Life do for me?
Greek life not only unites you with sisters that become family, but also provides you with opportunities for leadership experiences both inside and out of your organization. Greek Life encourages scholarship and academic excellence, gives opportunities for philanthropy and service enrichment, and celebrates womanhood through a strong sense of community and support.
Does everyone get a Bid?
The purpose of the recruitment process is to allow you and the chapters to decide on the best fit. The reality is that not everybody who goes through recruitment finds a match, but every effort is made to provide opportunities for involvement to any young woman who is interested in the sorority experience.
What if I have class and have to miss a Recruitment event?
The best way for a student to find the best fit is to attend as many recruitment events as possible. This allows her to make the most informed decision possible. Students are never encouraged to skip class to attend a recruitment event. During Formal Recruitment you will have an opportunity to inform the Recruitment Team of class scheduling conflicts, and we will work around your class schedule so you will still be able to attend the rounds you were invited back to. However, class will be the only excused reason for missing a recruitment round.
Can I go through Primary Recruitment if I am an Early Start student?
No, you must be a degree seeking student.