Making The Most Out of Your Recruitment Counselor

September 5, 2012

In a nutshell, a recruitment counselor is a collegiate sorority member who disaffiliates from their individual chapter to help PNMs with an unbiased perspective through recruitment. Recruitment counselors are often called Rho Chi’s or Gamma Chi’s at many schools. These recruitment counselors are a great tool for all women going through formal sorority recruitment. They […]

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“Gearing Up to Go for Recruitment” Series

August 29, 2012

School has begun! We hope that you are getting acquainted with your new college, decorating your dorm room and most importantly, already logging some library hours – it is never too early to start studying! We are sure that the start of school has kept you busy, even busier when you throw sorority recruitment in […]

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What is a Sorority: the 5 Pillars

August 22, 2012

In its simplest form, a sorority is an organization for a group of women who share common goals and values; bonded by secret rituals. But we, as collegiate or alumnae sorority women, know that there is so much more to it than that. Each of the 26 NPC sororities, value five main pillars, or virtues, […]

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Affiliating with a new Sorority Chapter

August 15, 2012

Whatever the reason may be, you have decided to change universities. We are sure this was a tough decision, but the good news is that you can still have your sisters there to support you. If you are transferring to another university that has your sorority on campus, you can choose to affiliate with that […]

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Can I Rush or Initiate Another Sorority?

August 8, 2012

We often get questions regarding eligibility for recruitment when it is your second time through the process. There are some rules set by the National Panhellenic Conference, in which the 26 sorority member groups have agreed to follow.  Click here to view the Unanimous Agreements, then scroll to The Panhellenic Compact to view the rules relating to […]

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Finding Your Sorority Member Gaps

August 1, 2012

You know the old expression “birds of a feather flock together”?  Well, it’s true, sometimes we as sorority women, can get caught up in surrounding ourselves with people who have similar characteristics as ourselves. This can make us become much stronger in certain areas, such as very close-knit sisterhood bonds, and weaker in other areas, […]

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Finding the PNM’s on the Fence

July 25, 2012

While some young women are gung-ho about joining a sorority, others are not so keen on the idea. With all the stereotypes and bad media out there, who can blame them? But it is these women, who take the time to thoroughly think through a decision and weigh all of their options before making an […]

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Finding Your Sorority Predecessor

July 18, 2012

Find your replacement. As an initiated sorority woman, you will probably hear this phrase during recruitment workshops. So, what exactly does it mean? Well, you have a place and purpose as a member of your sorority, so who is going to fulfill this purpose when you are gone?  You may not be graduating this year, […]

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Intro to the Finding Your Perfect PNM Series

July 11, 2012

New members are the lifeline to any organization. So if you are an initiated sorority woman, you are probably realizing the pressure of having a successful recruitment and finding the best new members. We’ve dedicated a whole series to help current sorority women find their perfect PNMs. Over the next three weeks, we will publish […]

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Assessing Your Chapter’s Strengths & Weaknesses

July 4, 2012

One of the most important and sensitive tasks your chapter must do before recruitment is to sum up yourselves in relation to your competition. This is a great brainstorming and planning session to get your entire chapter involved in during a summer retreat. Yes, you should spend your time focusing on your own chapter; however […]

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