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follower follow up ~
To the girl who was asking about rushing an academic sorority:
I am a member of Sigma Tau Delta and the recruitment process was very simple for me. I went to a general informational meeting where they just told us about the organization. Basically if we had all of the requirements we were in. We didn’t have a new member period and were initiated the next week. I am also a member of Kappa Delta and it is a lot different then NPC recruitment! Hope this helps! :)
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Q: I’m attending the University of South Carolina and though recommendations aren’t required, I’d like to submit some anyway. My only issue is that since I’m from the north, I don’t know any alums at USC. Can I get recommendations from alums in the same sororities, but at other schools? Or is there a way to connect with USC alums? I’m having a hard time finding alums to write on my behalf.
A: You DO NOT have to get rec letters from alums who attended the same college you are going to! Most PNMs do not know alums from their future school, unless they happen to live in the university area. Girls get letters from their own hometown, region, or through other connections. A sorority letter writer can live anywhere in the country and have graduated from any college. This holds true for all NPC recruitments, not just your USC campus.
To find alumnae to write on your behalf, please visit my REC LETTER CONNECTION PAGE for lots of advice on how and where to get referrals. In your case, if letters are not required, you should really try for people who know you personally. Submitting several strong recommendations would be preferable to “stranger” letters. But do what you think is best. I hope you can round up a few friends of friends who were in sororities and they will write for you. There ARE greeks in the north if you look hard enough and work every possible family connection you have. xoxo ;)
I am definitely an advocate for Greek Life, but I’m more of an advocate for Greek Life at smaller schools! My chapter is the smallest in our state, but we love it. None of us would change our experience with Delta Zeta.
Attending a smaller school allowed us to really get to know our sisters and know our organization. I’m not saying Greek Life at larger schools is disconnected, but it’s a different experience. If you are looking into Greek Life, don’t be afraid to go small. I know that if I were to have gone to a larger state school, I probably would not have joined. It’s all about finding what fits you BEST!
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