The Ranking Of The Sorority You Love Is Just A Number
Sorority rankings are going to happen. There are whole sites about rankings and your friends on campus will surely have their thoughts on what sororities are hot and which ones are not. At the end of the day, though, this is completely your decision. If you love the sisters, think that you fit in well with them, and y’all have a mutual love for each other–go for it. Don’t listen to what other people say or think about the sorority you love. The only opinion that matters is yours.
Your Friends May Not Agree With Your Decision To Go Greek
Not everyone is going to love your decision to Go Greek. They don’t have to though. Your decision is yours alone to make. You don’t have to push Greek life down their throats or make them appreciate your sisterly bonds. Greek life isn’t for everyone and if it’s for you that is fine and dandy. Understand that your friends might not agree with your decision, but don’t let this decision come between you and your friends.
You Need Friends Outside Of Greek Life
Sisters are great, but having friends outside of Greek life is pretty amazing too. You need that balance, and most of all you don’t ever want to miss out on a potential friendship or connection just because they aren’t in Greek life. Sisters are amazing, but sometimes you just want a break. You don’t want your entire friendship circle to be made exclusively of other sorority sisters. Branch out, don’t be afraid to meet new people, and get involved in other things.
Sorority Life Is A Huge Time Commitment
I’d be super lying to you if I told you going Greek wasn’t a time commitment. Sororities and fraternities are probably the most time consuming registered student organizations on your campus. There is so much that you have to do, especially during your new member semester.