2018 Spring Sorority Recruitment Week

This is the time of year that social media will be flooded with “Go Greek” posts from sorority members – in their eyes, this is the most wonderful time of year! From January 31st to February 4th, come out to sorority recruitment and meet the lovely sisters of three amazing and unique sororities. The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Omicron Pi and Alpha Chi Omega have been preparing all fall semester to help you experience one of the most fun, exciting weeks of your college experience! I’ve shared my wise advice previously about different sorority events in my ‘Meet the Greeks at Taco Tuesday’ article and my advice still stands. This is a whirlwind of a week where you will be able to find your Greek home on campus, grow as a person with a group of sisters and have the opportunity to become a leader within a nationally recognized organization.

If you were still on the fence about going Greek, you should talk to a member of the Panhellenic Council, which is made up of the sisters of all three sororities who will answer any of your questions or guide you through the process if you need help. Theoni Rapo, the director of recruitment, shared these words of wisdom for anybody interested in rushing this spring. “If you’re even thinking about joining a sorority, I’d say go for it. You really have nothing to lose and lots to gain. Recruitment is something that allows the women on this campus to come together and honestly just meet. You’ll hit it off with some girls right off the bat and realistically, you might not with some others. But the beauty behind both scenarios is that you still gain another friendly face on campus. As some famous person once said, you’ll never know unless you try and if you don’t try, you might regret not giving it a shot!” Go Greek and sign up today!

Follow this link of your interested in signing up for the spring recruitment week! https://enroll.icsrecruiter.com/pan/washco#/enroll/recruit-information

Gabby Leach

Staff Blogger

Picture: Washington College Panhellenic Facebook Page

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