10 Things To Know Before Going Through Sorority Recruitment
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10 Things To Know Before Going Through Sorority Recruitment

The process can be overwhelming, so don’t be afraid to let out a few tears.

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10 Things To Know Before Going Through Sorority Recruitment

In light of just going through sorority recruitment, I thought that I would put together a list of things to know. Recruitment week is crazy, and it is always nice to know a little bit before going in. No matter where you end up, you'll have the time of your life.


1. Don’t be scared

These girls have all gone through this, so they understand what you’re going through.

2. You will find where you belong.

It could be with the first sorority you meet or the very last, there really is no in between.

3. You will feel the click.

It really doesn’t take much.

4. Don’t listen to anyone else’s opinion.

Find somewhere where you feel at home.

5. You will be tired.

Who knew that talking to people would be so tiring?

6. The amount of anxiety you will feel is unreal.

There really isn’t any way to avoid it.

7. Small talk gets easier.

It will feel like a pain at first, but it gets better.

8. Bring a pair of flats to change into.

Your feet will thank you

9. Crying is okay.

The process can be overwhelming, don’t be afraid to let out a few tears.

10. Be yourself.

You don’t want to end up in a sorority that you don’t feel at home at.

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