How do you write a sorority recruitment resume?

How do you write a sorority recruitment resume?

The Ultimate Guide to Sorority Recruitment: How to Write a Resume

  1. Make your name jump from the paper when someone looks at the resume.
  2. Include your contact information.
  3. Include a picture of yourself.
  4. DO include your weighted & unweighted GPA and class rank.
  5. Please include your college and intended major.
  6. Keep your activities and involvement short and sweet.

What do you need for sorority recruitment?


  • Register. To go through sorority recruitment, you have to register. To find this form, go to your college’s Panhellenic website.
  • Get recommendation letters. Every college does not need recommendation letters.

Do sororities look good on resumes?

Students often want to know if they should add Greek life to their resumes, and if so, how they can highlight such experiences in professional and relevant ways. It is recommended that you always include sorority or fraternity information on your resume, as many components of your membership are selling points.

How much does joining a sorority cost?

Being in a sorority isn’t cheap. Women pay national and chapter dues, plus new member fees, which all vary by organization. At the University of Central Florida, for example, rent is between $1,500 and $3,300 per semester, depending on the organization. Dues are around $400 for sororities per semester.

How do you pay for a sorority?

Finding Ways to Pay for a Sorority

  1. Ask about payment plans.
  2. Look into living in.
  3. Learn how your dues are broken down.
  4. Find a job that is flexible with your sorority schedule.
  5. Understand fines specific to your sorority.
  6. Shop for deals for sorority girls.
  7. Ask your parents/grandparents/etc. for $ for dues as a Birthday Present.

What happens if I can’t pay my sorority dues?

If dues go out before you drop then you are required to pay them, you can be sent to collections and it will end up on your credit score as debt unpaid.

Can I quit a sorority?

When can you drop from your sorority? All sorority members are able to drop from their sorority at any time as long as they are in good financial standing. So choosing when you want to drop your sorority is totally up to you.

Can you have a job and be in a sorority?

You should be able to easily work around the sorority schedule. Most sororities will have a couple events a week most of which are not mandatory. You can definitely work a two jobs while still having time for school and a sorority as well.

Can you rejoin a sorority after you quit?

IF you resigned/ dropped out of your sorority, then you have no option to affiliate. Only members in good standing can request to affiliate with a new chapter of the same sorority.

Can you be in 2 sororities?

Can I join another sorority? If you drop after you are initiated, you cannot join another sorority. Therefore, you cannot join another sorority at a different college. However, if you are in a sorority and you transfer, you can join the same sorority.

What do you do if you hate your sorority?

Here’s what to do if you don’t like your sorority.

  1. Think about why you joined in the first place. If you’re feeling tepid about sorority life, go back to your pre-rush mindset.
  2. Speak up. If you’re unhappy with your chapter, talk to someone immediately.
  3. Reach out.
  4. Get more involved.
  5. Wait it out.
  6. As a last resort, drop.

Can you start your own sorority?

Some fraternities and sororities are part of a larger national structure and others are local organizations that are started by interested students. If you want to begin your own Greek organization, check into campus guidelines and gather a group of interested students to help you start the process.

How do you disaffiliate from a sorority?

A disaffiliation form is a required document all sororities (and fraternities) must provide students. The form should be provided by the sorority or the university’s student club organization. Fill out the disaffiliation form as best as you can. The form will ask for details concerning your resignation.

Why did Delta Sigma Theta leave aka?

On January 13, 1913, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. When a disagreement about the future of the organization arose between the active chapter and the alumnae, an ultimatum was given, decisions were made, and in the end, the active members left Alpha Kappa Alpha and became Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

What activities do sororities do?

Sororities are frequently involved in putting together charitable drives and causes, as well as working with other organizations in the community, including fraternities. Sorority sisterhood is considered a big responsibility and time commitment, and allegiance to sorority identity is considered important.

Can a sorority force you to live in the house?

During rush a lot of sororities will say that their policy is “You need to live in the house for at least one year unless it’s full.” In reality, most groups have the policy that you must live in until the house is full.

Does everyone live in the sorority house?

No matter what you choose, your sorority sisters will always be there for you. While it might be more convenient to have them as your roommates, many campuses also have close enough housing that you’ll still be able to see your sisters easily enough.

Do you have to live in a sorority house to be in a sorority?

While some chapters make living in the sorority house mandatory, there are others where you still have the freedom to choose. Even if you don’t get a choice in the matter, try to use this blog as a guide to find the positives in living in the house. And having a good attitude never hurt anyone, either!

Do you have to be in a sorority all 4 years?

You usually need to be a full-time student at a four-year college in order to join a sorority. Some colleges don’t allow freshmen to join sororities or limit their involvement in them. Sororities emphasize academics, and most have a grade point average requirement between 2.5 and 3.0.

Should I join a sorority if I’m shy?

Just because you are shy doesn’t mean you have to be shy by yourself! Let’s put it this way: You shouldn’t prevent yourself from joining a sorority because you’re shy. Being in a sorority may be a good fit for you and it may help you find a community at your new school, or it may not.

What is the age limit to pledge a sorority?

It varies from sorority to sorority. There is no age limit to participate in recruitment, however there’s no guarantee that you will receive a bid (invitation) to join. Something to keep in mind is that most collegiate sorority members are women in their late teens/early 20’s (like 18-22 or 23).

Why you shouldn’t join a sorority?

1. Only So Much Time in the Day. If you join a sorority say goodbye to a social life, or at least any social life outside of the sorority. With all the volunteer work, meetings, parties and other shenanigans sororities are involved with, there really isn’t any time to expose yourself to things outside of Greek life.

Do sororities drink?

Alcohol is banned from most sorority houses, but some sorority members sneak alcohol into their rooms. Opportunities to drink seem abundant, but few Greeks pressure their peers to drink before a sober activity. The weekends are generally the only times binge drinking is common during an average week.