Tips for Potential New Members
- Manage your time wisely. It’s a busy week for everyone,
so make sure that you’re not neglecting other areas of your
- Be courteous by being prompt. Recruitment events are
scheduled to begin and end at certain times, so please be on
- Be yourself. Our sisters are interested in getting to
know the real you. Don’t try to adopt a different
personality during recruitment. Be honest with yourself and
- Meet as many of the sisters as possible. There will be
several rounds of voting throughout the week, so you’ll want
to make a lasting impression.
- Ask lots of questions! Learn everything that you can
about the expectations and responsibilities of sorority
membership. This is a big commitment and you need to know
exactly what you’re getting yourself into.
- Think about why you want to join a sorority. Be able to
summarize how your unique background and skills can benefit
- Think about how you can contribute to the sorority. Be
able to summarize how your unique background and skills can
benefit the organization.
Pre-registration is highly mandatory and can be completed
in only a few minutes by visiting the following website:
Select “Enrollment” and provide the requested information.
Keep in mind that the information and picture that you submit will be made
available to the sororities, and should therefore be content-appropriate.
Recruitment start January 29th, 2014
and ends February 2nd, 2014
A $25 dollar registration is due in
cash on the first night of recruitment.
Your Recruitment Counselor, also known as a “Rho Delta”,
will be one of the most important women that you will meet during membership
recruitment. Your Rho Delta is prepared to assist you throughout the
recruitment process, provide information regarding event times and scheduling,
and answer any questions that you may have about Greek Life. Never
hesitate to ask her a question or discuss your feeling with her. Keep in
mind that your Rho Delta is a representative of the Panhellenic Association.
She is completely disaffiliated from her sorority, meaning that she attends no
recruitment events and is completely unaware of the individual women that her
chapter is recruiting. She has been trained to provide you with fair and
unbiased advice. Take time to get to know your Rho Delta. Not only
does she posses valuable information and insight about the membership
recruitment process, but she is eager and willing to help with whatever you