When you’re an active fraternity or sorority member, going Greek seems like the most natural thing in the world. However, for potential new members, joining a fraternity or sorority or even going through formal recruitment can be an intimidating decision and a staggering step to take.
Recruitment is one of the most important aspects for any Greek chapter, thus, there’s always a lot of pressure on those running recruitment. While this time can be stressful and make you want to rip your hair out, don’t forget the one great resource of your chapter: alumni.
While we’re all taught that a potential new member can be any student on campus, freshmen students are especially coveted by most Greek chapters. As the competition to meet freshmen and spark their interest is dog-eat-dog, here are our 10 best ways to meet a freshman on campus. 10) University Orientation & Welcome Events For [...]
Whether you already have your retreat venue or are still deciding, it’s never too early to plan out your retreat schedule. Just like the actual recruitment events, planning and scheduling each day of your retreat will make things run smoothly, more efficiently, and give you less stress and grief in the end.
We’ve all gone through it. The new member process is exciting, fun and filled with presents, first-class treatment, and meeting new people. Initiation comes and goes, and that idyllic feeling of bliss begins to wear off. Presents are replaced with time commitments, first-class treatment is replaced with sorority responsibilities, and, as you’re drawn into the folds, those fascinating new people become regular people with regular drama.