College is bursting with fun and new opportunities for everyone. Joining Greek life is one of those amazing opportunities. The decision to go through formal sorority recruitment is an adventure and journey to finding your home away from home. Everyone has their own reasons to go through recruitment. Check out why these classy co-eds decided to go Greek!
“I went through recruitment to carry on the Greek legacy within my family, as well as to make my transition to college a bit easier. Three years later and I’m still so grateful for choosing to join a sorority!”
Mallory Hatten, University of Southern Mississippi Senior, Phi Mu
“I went through recruitment because I didn’t know a single person at UConn.Although it was scary and a little overwhelming, being a part of Greek life has opened so many doors for me, both with opportunities in school and the job field and all over the country. I know I can go to any of my sisters’ homes wherever I am and feel like part of their family.”
Allison Cohen, University of Connecticut Junior, Kappa Alpha Theta
“I went through recruitment to try to find my niche at school. My freshman year at school wasn’t the best because I wasn’t involved in anything I felt I really belonged in. I got dragged out to recruitment by another friend but am so thankful she made me do it. It allowed me to find a group that I felt I really belonged in and totally changed my college experience for the better.”
Jessica Molinari, Hofstra University Junior, Phi Sigma Sigma
Samantha Schafer BS in Psychology from Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville, Alpha Sigma Tau
“I decided to go through recruitment because I’m an only child and I’ve always wanted “sisters.” Also, it’s a great way to get involved on campus!”
Christina Hunt, University of Florida Freshman, Phi Mu
Lauren Russell, University of Central Florida Freshman, Delta Zeta
“I went through recruitment because I was looking for a home at school since I was so far from home. My school is huge (almost 40,000 students!) and I was really nervous about how I would find my niche and make friends. Going through recruitment really helped me find somewhere I could call home almost 1,000 miles away from my real home.”
Emmy Boyd, University of Missouri Sophomore, Phi Mu
If you’ve gone through recruitment, why did YOU decide to go Greek?