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Here is the breakdown of Sisterhood round:
You will wake up, get ready, and go meet with your assigned group.
Next, you will get a list of sororities that you will visit.
This list is based on mutual selection. The list could be all the sororities that you voted to keep. On the other hand, the list could be a mix of sororities that you voted to keep and sororities that you voted to cut. It’s not a big deal if you get back sororities you tried to cut!
Read all about mutual selection HERE.
Now it's time to start the parties.
At some college, this round is dedicated to house tours. However if your college does not have houses, it will be a similar set up to Round One.
These parties will be longer than the parties of Round One. The longer parties will allow you to meet more sorority members and make a better connection with the girls you meet.
Since the theme is sisterhood, the conversations will be based around the sisterhood of the sororities you are meeting.
The girls will talk about all the things they do each year. Some of the things that might be brought up are:
The type of questions that are usually asked during this round are:
What you want out of a sorority?
What are you most excited about?
And questions based around the events they hold throughout the year.
Then, the sorority girls will walk you out. At some colleges, the members will immediately go vote on all the girls they met during the round. At other colleges, the members will vote at the end of the day.
You will vote on the sororities at the end of the day.
Make at least one connection.
Keep a list on your phone of all the sororities. Write down what you like and don't like. This list will make voting so much easier for you.
Wear something that allows you to stand out from the crowd. It could a color, a printed shoe, or jewelry.
Ask questions. By asking questions, you will be able to find out more about the sorority!
Start to look around and see if you could see yourself in the sorority.
Be yourself, faking it will only get you so far.
Don't talk about boys, booze, and politics.
Want to learn about the other rounds?
Here are the links