How do sororities decide who to drop?

How do sororities decide who to drop?

After every round of sorority recruitment, you vote on which sororities you want to be invited back to for the next round. The sororities vote on the girls they want to see come back. Mutual selection is how Panhellenic determines which sororities you get invited back to for the next round.

What should you not do during sorority rush?

The Top 18 Things NOT to Say During Sorority Rush

  • My mom is making me go through recruitment.
  • Sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll.
  • Name-dropping.
  • I don’t plan to stay in this chapter through graduation.
  • I already know which chapter I belong in.
  • Money, money, money.
  • She has a mouth like a sailor.
  • Personal Problems.

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.

How much does it cost to rush sorority?

The cost of sororities and fraternities is much higher than many newly initiated sisters and brothers realize. From rushing registration fees and social fees to chapter dues and room and board charges, the cost of going Greek typically ranges from $600 to $6,000 per semester, plus rush and alumni fees.

What to do if you don’t get into a sorority?

How to Deal If You Didn’t Get in to a Sorority

  1. DON’T let it ruin your year. It’s normal to feel disappointed and upset, but letting not getting into a sorority define the rest of your year is a different story.
  2. DO join other clubs.
  3. DON’T let the jealousy get to you.
  4. DO rush a professional fraternity.
  5. DO consider rushing again (but be cautious)

How do sororities pick you?

Mutual selection starts with the Panhellenic Council looking at your rankings and the score the sororities gave each potential new member. Then based on these lists, they optimize the best schedule for you! If you vote to keep the sorority AND you are on the top of the sorority’s list, you will be invited back.

Is it possible to not get a bid from a sorority?

It happens. Even though Panhellenic tries very hard to get a house match for every girl, sometimes a PNM does not receive a bid. This is truly a very, very rare occurrence. But sometimes, a PNM does not receive a bid at the end of sorority recruitment.

What do you say when you drop a sorority?

Just write a nice letter saying that you’re dropping your membership as of July 31, 2019 (or whatever date you choose). They don’t want “sisters” who don’t want to be “sisters”. You don’t owe them an explanation.