How do sorority recommendations work?

How do sorority recommendations work?

A letter of recommendation for the sorority experience is an opportunity for a member of a sorority to introduce you to a chapter. This letter can highlight pieces of your life and experience that will show how you plan to be an engaged member of a sorority and how you uphold the values and expectations of membership.

Can active sorority members write recommendations?

However, if you know more than one alumna from a particular sorority, it is perfectly acceptable for them all to write a recommendation for you. Overall, it may seem like most potential members have a recommendation to every sorority, but that is not the case. Very few potential members will have one for each chapter.

How do you pick a sorority?

5 Tips for Choosing the Right SororityTIP 1. Learn the Sorority’s Mission. First, do a little digging about each sorority and learn their stated values, goals, and campus reputation. TIP 2. Seek Out Like Minded Sisters. TIP 3. Look for Diverse Communities. TIP 4. Ask About Dues. TIP 5. See How You Can Make a Difference.

Do bigs choose their littles sorority?

You vote on which sister you want as a Big. They vote on which new member(s) they want as a Little (or Littles).

What happens when you leave a sorority?

You’ll have to pay all your remaining dues, you’ll never be able to participate in sorority things again, and you won’t have the benefits of national membership. Yes, you’ll probably lose most of your friends, especially your big, because they’ll be busy with sorority things that you can’t do.

What sorority has the most members?

The largest sorority by membership is Chi Omega, also called “Chi O,” and the largest sorority by active chapters is Alpha Omicron Pi, or “A O Pi” for short. These sororities are all members of the National Panhellenic Conference.

Can you be too old to join a sorority?

There really isn’t an official age limit restricting membership to a sorority. That being said however, most sororities at highly populated Greek organizations are targeting freshman as their primary focus for members.