Your question: Can you join a sorority if you are not in college?

Can you join a sorority if you don’t go to that school?

Most sororities and fraternities accept non-college graduates. In fact, their members are by far most often recruited as underclassmen (non-graduates).

Who can be in a sorority?

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 I join a sorority as an online student?

Women attending accredited online colleges and universities can now enjoy the traditional Greek life experience with the introduction of a first-of-its-kind sorority, Sigma Chi Psi.

Do sororities have rules?

The word “rules” may sound a bit negative, but in this case it really isn’t. Here, let me explain: It’s true that there will be rules you’ll have to follow in order to maintain your membership in any sorority or fraternity. House rules are made to ensure the safety and well-being of every Greek life member.

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How do sororities choose you?

This matching process is called mutual selection.

Mutual selection starts with Panhellenic looking at your voting and the scores the sororities gave each potential new member. Then based on these lists, they optimize the best schedule for you! This optimized schedule gives you the most options.

Do you have to step to be in a sorority?

Spoiler Alert: Stepping and strolling is not a requirement. (Just to clear the air for all the black girls who have two left feet like myself and are just overall awkward.) You don’t have to get on a stage and embarrass yourself.

Are sororities worth it?

For many, the costs of joining a sorority are worth it. The experiences and friendships had during the college years can be valuable, and Greek life can provide important networking opportunities to support future careers. However, it’s important to understand the costs and have a plan and budget going in.

What GPA do you need to be an AKA?

Undergraduates wishing to join Alpha Kappa Alpha must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours during the semester in which application is made. The student also must have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.

Is there an age limit on pledging a sorority?

There really isn’t an official age limit restricting membership to a sorority. That being said however, most sororities at highly populated Greek organizations are targeting freshman as their primary focus for members.

Can you pledge while taking online classes?

Even if you are taking online classes at a college or university that offers Greek life, in most cases you are considered a part-time student and therefore will not meet the requirements to pledge a fraternity.

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Do sororities have dress codes?

Formal meetings call for dresses, skirts, and dress pants, but you can’t wear mini-skirts or khakis. The dress code for ritual events is pre-determined: members must wear a white dress and white shoes. Pants are not allowed.

Can sorority sisters date?

Sorority girls aren’t just about going to parties, wearing matching outfits and taking great photos. If you want to be successful in dating one, then you need to avoid perpetuating any stereotypes about sorority girls. You should never try to date someone just because she’s in a sorority. They’re just girls.

Do you have to be pretty to be in a sorority?

But honestly, if a girl wants to join a sorority, she has to be pretty. We don’t have a look we go for — we’re not saying, ‘Only tall, skinny blondes. ‘ But she has to look put-together, your outfits have to be stylish, you have to have your hair done, and you have to have makeup on.