Membership in a sorority is voluntary and is the result of mutual selection.
Formal Recruitment is a time set aside, usually once a year, for members and unaffiliated students to become better acquainted.
Continuous Informal Recruitment also occurs on some campuses throughout the school year. Offers of membership during Informal Recruitment may occur at any time during the process of getting acquainted.
When you decide to become a lifelong member of Greek Life, they accept a challenge and a role--that of being a unique individual and a small part of a unique whole.
Each member is expected to maintain the high standards set by their sorority as well as the values established by the founders of the organization.
Each member is also expected to contribute their own talents to their sorority or fraternity.
Each member is expected to meet the set policies of the sorority or fraternity.
Each sorority or fraternity has certain fixed expenses including dues, new member fees, initiation fees, and housing fees (determined by local campus facilities). An average cost for membership fact sheet is distributed to all potential new members.
Membership in Greek Life is a living and learning experience for women and men with shared values and objectives. Chapter members develop a special bond of sisterhood or brotherhood.
These friendships last beyond the college years and are nurtured by alumnae activities and networking programs that provide opportunities for continued camaraderie, service, and personal development.