The #1 secret to fraternity recruitment really has nothing to do with recruitment – it is much bigger than that.
I was good at fraternity rush as a member of my fraternity. I would find the most guys. I then had a knack to convince them to join. That said, […]
What is Fraternity Recruitment? Fraternity recruitment is the process where fraternities find new members. This typically occurs during the first few weeks of the semester, and is often called Fraternity […]
I just found out I was rejected to a fraternity I really wanted to get into. Also this was my second time rushing for this fraternity. My question is should I rush for the same fraternity again next fall or just try to rush for a different fraternity?
It is fraternity rush time. It is no secret that these two weeks are the most important of the year. If your chapter does a great job with recruitment, then […]
My chapter has the habit of doing nothing with recruitment until the semester begins. Most of the incoming freshmen aren’t planning on going Greek, so holding rush events in the […]
I have participated in rush twice for the last two years and I still haven’t got a bid. I am bitterly disappointed and I am on the brink if giving […]
I want to join a Fraternity, but none of my friends do. There are rush events going on all the time, but I would have to go to them by […]
My freshman year, I went through formal rush. I got a bid from 2 fraternities. I was really good friends with a guy from one fraternity, and I felt we […]
It is almost time to start a new year of fraternity recruitment. This means getting those guys who will grow and improve your brotherhood. Some guys in your chapter will […]
Figuring out the recruitment process is extremely difficult for those wishing to join a fraternity. It happens quickly (thus the name rush), and is masked with confusion for those not […]
So after some troubles our chapter ended up second smallest by the start of our previous fall semester. Our fall rush went really good doubling us in size. Now one […]
Here’s a problem that we don’t hear about much that I would appreciate some advice on. How do you step back and take a less active role in the fraternity? […]
Question: I currently serve as my fraternity’s alumni house corporation president. We’ve raised a significant amount of alumni money in a search for a new house, but we now a […]
Last week, I asked those who subscribe to my newsletter (click here – it’s free!) to share what is working right now with fraternity recruitment. I sincerely appreciate those who […]