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How do you get into a sorority?

How do you get into a sorority?

Here’s how to join a sorority or fraternity and enter Greek life:

  1. Sign Up For Rush.
  2. Visit All The Houses.
  3. Ask About Activities.
  4. Find Out What It’s Like to Live There.
  5. Find Your Friends.
  6. Make Your Choices.
  7. Submit.
  8. Pledge.

Does UNG Oconee have Greek life?

Welcome to Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) at the University of North Georgia (UNG)! At UNG we are very proud of our FSL Community, which fosters the development of leadership skills and enhances members’ personal lives.

Can you be in a sorority if you’re married?

If I’m reading them correctly ~ married women, in general, are not allowed to join NPC sororities. If you get engaged or married while an active member, you can remain as an active member, but you can’t join as a new member if you’re married.

Are there sororities at UNG?

Currently, UNG has an established fraternity and sorority system on its Dahlonega Campus with eight fraternities and six sororities.

Who are the executive board members of Ung?

The executive board members and delegates from every chapter meet on a regular basis to discuss matters affecting Fraternity and Sorority Life and greater UNG communities.

Why are there no Panhellenic sororities on college campuses?

In order to maintain a healthy Panhellenic sorority community, the College Panhellenic Council strives for parity in membership among all their member organizations. Due to this, not all Panhellenic sororities will be able to recruit interested women in the fall.

What does a recruitment counselor do for a sorority?

Recruitment counselors are sorority women who assist potential new members through their formal recruitment process. All women participating in formal recruitment will be assigned to one or more recruitment counselors in small groups as their point of contact and a source of support.

What does it mean to be a fraternity or sorority?

Being a member of fraternity or sorority life gives a student opportunities to assume different leadership roles, develop lasting friendships and learn how to work with many diverse people toward a common goal. Currently, the fraternity and sorority system is governed by two councils: Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council.