Deciding whether or not to join a sorority during college is something that a lot of young women struggle with. This is a breakdown of what to expect if you sign up for formal sorority recruitment here at Ohio University. This guide will take you through some common questions and concerns that freshman women have about the process. You will hear from sorority women from all different backgrounds and affiliations.
You can find a link to all ten sororities’ websites here!
A few things you should know before we get started, is that you will have a Rho Gamma throughout all of the recruitment process to help you.
A Rho Gamma is a carefully selected counselor for women participating in recruitment. They are an unbiased volunteer guide that takes incoming participants step-by-step through the process. They are there to answer any questions you may have and support you during this very exciting time. They work closely with the Women’s Panhellenic Association which governs sororities on campus.
Now let’s hear first hand from a young woman who has a hand in planning recruitment.
It’s important to note that formal recruitment may not be for everyone, and that’s okay! If after going through a few rounds you decide it’s not your thing, it is perfectly fine to withdrawal from the recruitment process. Hopefully you met a few new people along the way.
Let’s go over some FAQ’s that freshmen women ask about recruitment.
It’s natural to have worries and doubts about this new experience. Don’t be afraid to ask your Rho Gamma anything! It’s her job to make sure you have a fun and comfortable recruitment experience.
Now let’s hear about the benefits a few sorority women have gained from their organizations.
Each woman has a unique experience within her organization. No two chapters are alike, and that’s what makes Greek Life so amazing. As long as you follow your heart, you will end up exactly where you’re supposed to be. You don’t need to be intimidated, because these women want to get to know the real you and make connections with potential future sisters.
For more information, or to register for formal sorority recruitment, visit Ohio University’s Greek Life page.
Also, follow their Twitter handle for updates on what’s happening in the Greek community.
Good luck with your decision, and we hope to see you in the fall!