Hello and welcome to My Sorority Life. This section of my blog is dedicated to the experiences had and memories made as a collegiate in Greek Life. I wanted to document this part of my life, to not only look back on but to hopefully inspire and inform other women who are like me. Wether you’re curious about my unique sorority experience, or looking for insight as a potential new member, I hope you enjoy the read.
In this chapter I cover my discovery of Greek Life and what I learned through out my time researching Greek letter organizations, their membership processes and more.
My First Sorority Recruitment
A step-by-step recounting of my PHC (Panhellenic Conference) sorority recruitment experience, from the viewpoint of a sorority girl hopeful. In this chapter I share what recruitment was like from each Rush party, up until the final sorority invite.
The Unspoken Truth
A telling of my experience and learning process of NPHC (National Pan-Hellenic Council) sorority membership. In this chapter I reveal the struggles of what it’s like to be a black greek and the trials associated with seeking membership in a BGLO (Black Greek Letter Organization).
Two Letters, One Choice, No Regrets
My second experience with formal PHC sorority recruitment, what I improved on from my last Rush and finding my home in greek life.
In this chapter I share my time as a sorority pledge during the 6-8 week new member education process; leading up to my initiation.
Sharing about my time spent being in a sorority, from the week-to-week activities to big philanthropic events and more. The good and the not-so-good.
Not Just for Four Years; It’s For Life!
In the last installment of My Sorority Life, I share what it’s like being a POC (person of color) in a historically white greek organization. My experiences as a collegiate in Greek Life: the sisterhood, the organization’s structure and more) and my transition to alumnae status. What does being a sorority woman after college mean?