Letter from our Recruitment Team

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Letter from our Recruitment Team

Recruitment 101

Are you interested in joining a sorority? Not sure about joining?  Greek Recruitment is right up your alley.  It is geared to share what each organization is about, what they stand for, and who makes up their membership.  Every sorority runs differently, has different objectives, stands for different beliefs, and vary in many other ways.  Rush is all about learning what makes up each  organization before determining what is the right path for you.  It's about asking questions like why did you join, what did you get out of being apart of your sorority, what’s it like to be a new member, what is education like, what sort of things do you guys do.  In addition to learning about the sorority, it's about meeting new people and making friends, and finding your sisters, your family.  

At LTU Greek Recruitment is ran a little different than what you may find at a larger university. Within the first month of both the fall and spring semesters the atrium becomes filled with people, food, and fun.  For two weeks each Greek organization will have their designated area in the atrium, where you will find their booth.  The booths are just a hang out space and a meeting place for the events that each org hosts.  You will find events at lunch and evening times with activities ranging from food to going to restaurants to going out and doing things.  Don’t worry, these events are free of charge, so there’s nothing to lose!

    We encourage you to come out whether you have thought about joining a sorority or not. There’s no harm nor foul with coming, hanging out, and meeting new people. There’s also no need to be nervous or afraid.  There’s no such thing a bad question or a wrong question.  We would also recommend looking at every org before coming to a decision.  It’s about what is right for you and finding where you belong.  At the end of the day, regardless of your decision,  you made a new group of friends!

- Recruitment Co-Chair (2015)