How to Quit Your Sorority

February 17, 2016

Syracuse University student Alex Purdy quit her sorority. And then she exposed it in a passionate video, detailing real-world examples of “mean-girl” behavior inside a private, secretive, sisterhood. As a proud sorority alumna and sorority membership advocate for more than two decades, I have to applaud her. And here is why. Purdy successfully accomplished what few others have. You see, […]


Dear Mom and Dad: I Want to Join a Sorority

April 19, 2015

If you are a first generation college student or if your parents were not in a sorority or fraternity, they may be wondering how the sorority recruitment process works. Even if a parent was in a sorority or fraternity, he or she may be wondering how “rush” has changed – besides just the name. These tips will help you talk with your parents about the idea of recruitment and sorority life.

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SureSister Commitment to Pre-Recruitment Education Remains Strong

December 6, 2011

Our Ambassador Mary Kate Lobough recently attended the Annual Meeting of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA). Although SureSister staff members did not deliver an educational session this year, we are happy to provide you with this update written by Mary Kate. Technorati Tags: AFA, Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors, college orientation, freshman advice, gamma […]

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Introducing Greek-Letter Honorary Organizations

April 25, 2011

Your campus may have one sorority or it may have twenty-something.  Fraternities? Now you can double the number of Greek-letter groups.  Starting to feel Greek-letter overload?  Add the professional, ethnic, religious, service and academic groups with Greek-letter names and keeping them all straight can be a challenge.  But there are auxiliary groups you may join […]


SureSister.com Announces New Men’s Division

April 1, 2011

Tacoma, WA (Apr 1, 2015) – SureSister.com staff members have discovered that the 2009 book RUSH RIGHT: Reveal Your Best YOU During Sorority Recruitment is being used in an underground fashion by prospective members of men’s fraternities on campuses across the country. In response to this discovery, SureSister.com staff members have launched the men’s division […]

A day in your life as a sorority member.

A Day In The Life Of A Sorority Woman

January 24, 2011

Do you wonder what your life might look like as a sorority woman? Here is an example of a sorority member’s typical Monday on a campus where the sororities have chapter houses.

What if you roommate doesn't believe in the fraternal experience the way you do?

Living with a Naked Non-Sorority Enthusiast

September 27, 2010

For many college students, living in university housing will be their first experience living on their own and sharing space with another individual. In the game of roommate roulette, you never know who you’re going to get. What if your roommate has a negative attitude about the fraternity/sorority experience? Here are some tips on how to handle a skeptical roommate.


Thrilling or Thriller? Hollywood Depictions of Fraternity/Sorority Life

August 30, 2010

Numerous television shows and movies portray Fraternity and Sorority Life as an elite party scene, escape from reality, or horror scene. How accurate are these depictions?
TRUE or FALSE: Through joining a fraternity or sorority students become part of a social network where drinking, pranks, and partying become important everyday occurrences.
TRUE or FALSE: Joining a fraternity or sorority is a way to create a new life for students or an escape from reality.
TRUE or FALSE: Murder, stalking, and accidents occur in fraternity and sorority organizations.


Simple Makeup Tips for Sorority Recruitment (Summer Version)

July 19, 2010

How do you strike a perfect balance between “Gaga on Tour” and “H1N1 patient” during sorority recruitment? Simply add your smile and personality to these eight tips to project your true beauty during recruitment events.


Capitalizing on Sorority Pre-Recruitment Opportunities

July 6, 2010

The summer before your first year of college is an exciting one filled with anticipation for the four-year journey ahead.  While enjoying your summer vacation, be sure to capitalize on the opportunities to learn about your extracurricular choices. Attending campus tours and welcome sessions inspires students to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the […]