Sororities participate in sorority recruitment annually, during which time invitations for membership are extended to potential members. You must register with the Panhellenic organization at your college or university to participate in sorority recruitment.
What is Sorority Recruitment?
Sorority recruitment is a formal process for prospective sorority members to meet women of the sorority chapters at the campus, and for the sorority women to meet the potential members. This is the time to learn about the values, traditions, and programming of the individual sororities. Recruitment is a mutual selection process and is different at every campus. Traditionally, colleges conduct formal recruitment in the fall, but some campuses conduct sorority recruitment in the spring. Some recruitment programs are now held online via virtual meetings. Contact your campus for more information and to register for recruitment.
How do I register for Sorority Recruitment?
We suggest you contact your college’s student affairs, Greek affairs or Panhellenic office to find out more about this important and necessary step. Many colleges now offer their services through the Internet, with a link provided for Greek Living. Visit our University Panhellenic Contact Page for links.
What are rush introductions, references, or recommendations?
Rush introductions, also called references or letters of recommendation, are not required in order to participate in recruitment.
How can Coppell Alumnae Panhellenic Association (CAPA) help me with sorority recruitment?
Please visit the “How CAPA Can Assist You” page to learn more.
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