This article is Day 7 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. So this is the part of the game where I am supposed to say that you […]
This article is Day 6 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. I recently read Good Guys by Joshua Orendi and Matthew Mattson, and I think it can […]
This article is Day 5 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. It’s Recruitment Season! That’s a phrase that is equal parts terrifying and exciting. I know that […]
This article is Day 4 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. Let me tell you about Jonboy, my best friend in school. Jon and I took every […]
This article is Day 3 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. Here is a very easy way to double your fraternity recruitment class. Let your new member […]
This article is Day 2 of the series: 31 Days to Better Fraternity Recruitment. There is a myth in many fraternities that it is the responsibility of the recruitment chair […]
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1) Start making contact with guys who could potentially be rushing in the fall. Chances are you are at home and hanging out with your old friends. Find out who will be attending your school in the fall and start laying the groundwork now. A little work now will go a long way in the fall.
About 10 years ago, our charter was revoked and we were officially removed from campus. However, we continued to function as an off-campus sort of Fraternity. This was without the blessing of nationals and was certainly condemned by administration.
Hi there! I am trying to find a new way to revamp my recruitment at Southeast Missouri State. I really want to get every potential new member to meet each chapter without stepping out of the 365 day recruitment process. Any thoughts?
I am my fraternity’s VP of Membership and I basically manage and run our fraternity recruitment and new member education. My problem deals with recruitment.
I am our fraternity president, and I was previously a VP Recruitment. I did a good job but I know now how much more our house can do to recruit better guys more guys and more efficiently. I didn’t see this as rush chair because I was thrown into the position, and we have an unfortunate tradition of apathy we are trying to rid.
I’m wondering how your fraternity decided to give out bids. My chapter does not come together to decide who gets one – the Recruitment Chair and one or two other guys, usually the former Recruitment Chair and an assistant to the current simply decide together. I feel that this results in a lot of “The Recruitment Chair liked you so you’re in” rather than “The chapter liked you so you’re in” which is how I feel it ought to be.
What do I do about the rush ninja? You know who I mean…its that guy in the fraternity who snuck his way in through rush and pledgeship, and came out a total asshole who causes girls to leave parties and in some cases brothers to go inactive.