Question: I am a freshman and will be a sophomore in the fall 2016. I recently got initiated into a fraternity. When I rushed we had a very limited amount […]
House Question 1: I’m in a newer fraternity that just celebrated our two years of being a chapter. We have run into the problem of not having a chapter house […]
I come from a small, division two school in Texas, and we are in the process of revamping our recruitment process. I have purchased and read your books and loved what […]
How do you feel about the way recruitment is currently being addressed with regard to technology? In my opinion, it seems to be heading down an interesting path. Some would […]
I recently read your book, The Fraternity Leader. The organization and get-to-the-point strategy in writing made this book a very good read. However I am a founder of a fraternity […]
I have had the opportunity to serve as a mentor to the founders of GreekPull. GreekPull is an online fundraising platform that meets a lot of the needs of undergraduate […]
Being creative provides many benefits for helping your fraternity stand out from the rest. It can bring in new members, make a favorable impression among those you meet and improve […]
It is hard to believe thefraternityadvisor.com is 3 years old. A lot has happened in those three years. We have published two books and have had over 500,000 people come […]
One of the constant grumblings I hear is about the benefit of a fraternity’s national headquarters. A lot of brothers complain that the fraternity pays a ton of money in national dues, but does not see much benefit from all the fees that are paid.
This was a phrase that my big brother told me after being inducted as a candidate in my fraternity. At the time I took it at face value, something witty and inspiring to encourage a new guy to get involved. Now that I am my fraternity’s new member educator I find myself evaluating this phrase and applying it to what I see in the behavior of pledges and actives alike.