What is rush week in a sorority?

Rush week, more officially known as recruitment week, is the period of time when fraternities and sororities recruit students to their respective Greek letter organizations. Rush week usually happens right in the beginning of the school year.

Do sororities look at your transcript?

Generally no, we don’t look at your transcripts. Generally the sororities only see your gpa because there’s really no reason for us to see a full transcript. But we can look at them if we want.

Can fraternities see your GPA?

Nobody can view your grades unless you give them permission to. This is the answer. You most likely sign a paper that allows the school to give your information to officers of the fraternity.

Can athletes join sororities?

Athletes are often members of sororities, and sorority women welcome the chance to support their sisters on the field or court. All women who are regularly matriculated undergraduate students, as defined by the college or university they attend, are welcome to join a sorority.

Can you not drink in a sorority?

Being in a sorority means you have to drink. In fact, sororities nationwide are considered dry, meaning that there is no alcohol permitted in the house or at any sorority functions.

Who joins a sorority?

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.

Can you be in two sororities?

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. You have to go through the transfer process at your new college.

Can sororities see your GPA?

Because every sorority has a GPA requirement And they check it. At many schools, like my own, the Greek GPA is even higher than the average student body’s.

What is the process to join a sorority?

In order to join a sorority, you will need to take part in recruitment events, meet new people, learn about the various different sororities on campus, and ultimately decide on a sorority that fits best with your values, goals, and social life.

Is 22 too old to join a sorority?

On some campuses (especially in the South), 22 (regardless of class standing) is too old, especially when the majority of those going through rush are 17-18 years old and sororities may look more favorably on them.

Can you get into a sorority with a low GPA?

Few sororities will make exceptions to anyone with a GPA below 3.0, and many sororities allow chapters to have even higher standards…. meaning some chapters within a national organization with high return rates may choose not to consider anyone with a GPA below 3.5 from high school.

What is the purpose of sororities?

Sororities provide a home, activities, events, and a sense of community to young girls during their college years. They can provide young women with a great social circle as well as academic, leadership, and career opportunities. If you’re new to a school, you might be wondering how do sororities work exactly.