QU sororities recruit new members to sisterhood
Greek life on campus is now in full swing after a week-long recruitment process.
Members of Phi Sigma Sigma and Alpha Omicron Pi organized a series of meet-and-greet style gatherings with the goal of educating students on what it is like to be a part of the sorority chapters on campus.
The event also allowed potential new members to become acquainted with Greek life and meet the current members of the chapters. To get to know each other the women mingled and conducted a series of ice breaker activities to determine how well each candidate would fit in with the rest of the chapter. The meet-and-greets were open to all women on campus interested in Greek Life.
Current members of each sorority were anxious to speak about the philanthropic goals of each of their chapters.
A major focus for the chapters this year was not only to grow in numbers, but to also offer women an outlet to get involved on campus.
“I am excited for sorority recruitment because we are really excited to grow our chapter this year and just get more girls involved with our sorority. And in turn, we get really involved in campus and I think it is a good opportunity for girls who do not know different avenues on campus to get involved,” Kristen Hunt, President of Phi Sigma Sigma, said.
Recruitment meetings took place Sept. 15 through Sept. 17. The recruitment process concluded Saturday, Sept 18 with the tradition Bid Day.
Phi Sigma Sigma celebrated the addition of four new members. Alpha Omicron Pi welcomed two new members.