Can you be in a sorority and a business fraternity?

Yes. You can be a member of both a pre-professional or service fraternity AND a social fraternity. You can’t join two social fraternities.

What questions should I ask at Pref night?

Here are some examples of questions you might ask the sorority members for Pref:

  • Why did you choose to join your sorority?
  • Are there any leadership positions for new members?
  • Are there sisterhood events?
  • What is your favorite memory?
  • How has being in a sorority changed your college experience?

What are sororities looking for in new members?

5 Things That Sororities Look For During Recruitment

  • Leadership Potential. Leadership potential in sororities is crucial because there are TONS of leadership positions to be filled in sororities.
  • Genuine Interest In Sorority Life. *Not the party life.
  • Love For Education.
  • Willingness To Volunteer.
  • Strong Values And Passion About Something.

What do you talk about during Pref?

All the members want to let you into their lives. They want to share their experience with you. Pref is their last time to pitch their sorority to you….They are going to ask you:

  • What your recruitment experience was like?
  • What you are looking for in a sorority?
  • Why do you want to join a sorority?

What do business frats look for?

You want to be sure to be positive, passionate, and excited about being at the events. All of the members in the business fraternity are excited to meet you, so be sure to let your personality shine!

Does pref night guarantee a bid?

Yes, if you are invited to Pref night and list each house you attend on your pref card, you WILL get a bid. If you are only invited to one house and you list it on your pref card, you are guaranteed a bid to that house.

What should I wear to Pref night?

Pref is the most formal round. All the guides are saying to wear a cocktail dress. However, we recommend that you wear something a little more formal than the rest of the rounds. Don’t wear anything too tight.

What is Delta Sigma Phi known for?

Delta Sigma Phi is a national, not-for-profit Fraternity that has helped young men become better for more than a century. Our great Fraternity helps and encourages our members to become better students, better leaders, better citizens, better professionals… better men.

Do you pay to be in a frat?

There are not-so-tiny fines of upwards $100 for each breaking of a fraternity or sorority rule. Regular chapter membership dues, which can certainly also add up, are other hidden costs that many do not think about. These regular dues can set you back between $20 to more than $200 per month and up to $3000 per semester.