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Tips for Going Through Sorority Recruitment as a Transfer Student

Recruitment is a unique process for every single individual. Whether you’re rushing as a freshman, an upperclassman, or a transfer student, the experience is entirely what you make of it! Participating in Greek life offers the opportunity to meet new people and get more connected with your school. For transfer students, going Greek can help you adjust to your new environment while making lifelong friends. Going through recruitment as a transfer student is not without challenges, though. Rise above recruitment worries with these tips for going through recruitment as a transfer student!

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Does Listing Legacy Information on Your Social Resume Help or Hurt You?

Sorority life has been around for hundreds of years. It is a tradition unlike any other that you can share with friends, family, and people you meet along the way. Each sorority experience is unique, and although times have changed, a legacy will always be special. Even if you grew up around loved ones who raved that their sorority was the best of them all, when going through recruitment, having an open mind is essential to finding YOUR best fit.

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What is "Dirty Rush" and how can I avoid it?

Dirty Rush is a confusing term that is often thrown around in the sorority world. Recruitment can be a stressful time because you’re meeting new people and figuring out your way in a new environment. You shouldn’t have to worry about getting in trouble on top of that! We’re here to help and give you the inside scoop on what Dirty Rush really is and how you can avoid it. That’s one less thing to worry about!

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Going through sorority recruitment for a second time? Here's what you need to know!

Sophomores + upperclassmen who are getting ready to go through sorority recruitment for the second time, buckle up...we have the best, most encouraging blog post for you today!There's something we have to say before we begin, though. Whether you did not receive a bid at the end of your first recruitment experience or you chose to remove yourself from the process before bids were extended, you are NOT the only woman in this situation. Sorority recruitment is more competitive than ever before simply due to the fact that college enrollment and interest in joining a sorority has increased over the years. Questions about going through recruitment for a second time, rushing as a sophomore, and creating a social resume as an upperclassman are among the most...

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2019 Dallas-Fort Worth Sorority Recruitment Information Meeting Directory

Last update: January 29, 2019 Class of 2019 seniors, can you believe it? We're officially "in" the year that you graduate! Although you may not have officially committed to a university yet, chances are that you're already thinking about whether or not you'd like to go through the sorority recruitment process once you're on campus.  submitted photo: @goodnesssakeitskate on Instagram | Texas Tech Pi Beta Phi Attending an informational meeting hosted by a local Alumnae Panhellenic organization is one of the best ways possible to begin exploring the sorority recruitment process. Often called a "Spring Forum" or "Recruitment Forum," these meetings are hosted exclusively for high school seniors and their parents in order to introduce you to the structure, lingo, and financial obligations associated with sorority recruitment and sorority membership. You will...

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Crystal

Meet Crystal

Hi, I'm Crystal DelaHoz, a senior portrait photographer based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. I launched SororityPackets.com in the spring of 2016 after consulting with countless senior girls and their mommas about the sorority recruitment process. This blog + our entire brand exists to guide you to and through sorority recruitment...no stress required!



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