I go to a school with a rapidly growing Greek scene. However, we do not have Greek Housing currently. We have a large female population so rush is really centered on bringing guys out to parties at unofficial houses. We will not have a house next year as the school is cracking down on the party scene.

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How do you get guys to join your fraternity? Our house doesn’t have the reputation others may have, but we are on the rise on our campus. Many of the rushees we gave bid cards to are sitting on the fence between us and another house with a better reputation. What can be done to get over this hump?

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Most fraternities claim to be very selective during recruitment. However, that often isn’t the case. In the eternal quest for numbers, a fraternity will rush anybody and everybody to try to get a huge new member class. In the long run, this could cripple your new member class and fraternity.

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I am an Asian student at school in Texas. I am going to be a junior next year and I have decided to rush in the fall of 2011. I do not wish to rush my university’s multicultural Asian-interest fraternities but an “IFC” one instead.

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Eventually, during every recruitment, the fraternity conversation happens. It happens at different times for different people. The people that are truly interesting in joining a fraternity will ask the questions that all fraternity men have asked. When they ask you these questions, you have to be prepared to answer them.

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Apathetic fraternities often have the same response to the question of chapter growth. They say that they don’t want to grow, because if they did then they won’t know their brothers. So they struggle with their existence of 15 to 20 brothers…

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Here’s an idea that for what was possibly the most effective AND inexpensive rush event for our fraternity – Q&A session. This is a great alternative to yet another costly event with some sort of gimmick theme that is meant to elevate an outsider’s opinion of your fraternity, while brothers force awkward conversation with strangers.

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