I never thought of it this way, and your response also makes sense. Thanks for your response
…in that case the girl that has a problem with you might have said something to the other girls/advisor(s). If it’s just caddy talk then nobody cares, if it’s something serious then that’s when the sorority/advisor(s) takes it seriously. But if you know that it is just something caddy and that you have a bunch of friends already in the sorority I’m sure they backed you up and there shouldn’t be a problem (: no worries
Very little unfortunately. You have to keep in mind that during rush, that each potential member speaks to anywhere from 10 to 20+ girls in your sorority before bid day. They all might have talked about something different to that girl and some might have like her and some might not have. Not only that, but there are advisors that will get to know these new girls, as well as grades and other factors that may come into play. Choosing new members is based on the chapter as a whole.
So far I have been. But once they start posting porn gifs, it’s off to the unfollow button I go (:
Thanks for all of the responses followers! (anonymous you can find all their answers under “answers” on my page) But all in all we answered that absolutely it’s ok for non greek to wear Lilly Pulitzer as long as they are not specific sorority prints (:
Yes sororities do accept juniors and any year. It might be a little bit more difficult because sororities tend to want newer college students that way they can be in the sorority longer. But don’t get me wrong, they still love to take in any year students. Just make a great impression and there shouldn’t be a problem getting into the sorority of your choice. As far as GPA…at most schools they require a certain GPA to rush and then all the sororities have a certain GPA that you would need to join that sorority. I don’t know exactly what the GPA requirements are right now but if you go to the info sessions that your school provides for rush you will be able to find out all that information (:
Don’t be. What you see on tv about sororities and fraternities are no where near what they are about in real life. I don’t want to lie and say that nobody hazes because of course you’ve seen it on the news. What I would suggest is just go through rush to kind of test it out. You’ll have a lot of opportunities to talk to the girls in a group and one on one. Don’t be afraid to ask them questions about hazing and anything else you’re kind of “iffy” about. Also going through rush can give you a perspective on what each sorority focuses on and what kind of girls they select. Whether it be based on their looks, the way they dress, their activities, their ethnic background, and many others. Overall I highly suggest just going through rush to kind of test the waters and see if joining a sorority is something for you. Personally if my sorority was going to haze me, I would walk out on them. Simple as that. Just ask a lot of questions, and be yourself, you’ll end up where you are supposed to be (:
Going through rush can get you very nervous and maybe makes you tense up, making you a little shy to talk to girls how you would normally talk. So don’t worry that you didn’t get a bid from your favorite sorority. Most likely you talked to girls that you didn’t have much in common with so it was hard to get the conversation going. Next year you have a clean slate. I wouldn’t say anything about rushing this past recruitment…just start fresh. Since now you know what rushing is like, it lets you be more comfortable about how you should dress, and what kind of conversation you would like to have with these girls. Some tips: dress appropriately, ask questions (we love them), if you really like one sorority…tell them!, find out what they stand for (philanthropy, sisterhood, etc.), and most importantly just be yourself. I can’t stress that enough. Being yourself will get you into the house where you are supposed to be (: I hope that helped! If you have any more questions don’t hesistate to put it in my ask. Goodluck love xoxo