How do you get accepted into a sorority?

Academic Eligibility You usually need to be a full-time student at a four-year college in order to join a sorority. Some colleges don’t allow freshmen to join sororities or limit their involvement in them. Sororities emphasize academics, and most have a grade point average requirement between 2.5 and 3.0.

Can you join two sororities?

Can I join another sorority? If you drop after you are initiated, you cannot join another sorority. Therefore, you cannot join another sorority at a different college. However, if you are in a sorority and you transfer, you can join the same sorority.

How do you disaffiliate from a sorority?

A disaffiliation form is a required document all sororities (and fraternities) must provide students. The form should be provided by the sorority or the university’s student club organization. Fill out the disaffiliation form as best as you can. The form will ask for details concerning your resignation.

What happens if you join a sorority and then transfer schools?

1. If your new college/university has a chapter of your sorority you might be able to transfer into that chapter, following the guidelines for transferring membership set by your organization. If your new college/university doesn’t have a chapter, you would move from collegiate to alumna membership.

Can I join a sorority after college?

Opportunities abound to join a sorority upon graduation from college. They include advisory roles, volunteering, and membership for alumnae. You can also connect with fellow sorority members closer to you. Sorority membership should not just end after college or university.