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Old 12-13-1999, 02:04 PM
Temmer Temmer is offline
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Post Rush Help

I am the rush chair for my sorority, Tau Epsilon Mu. We will be starting rush this quarter and I was wondering if anyone could help me with some new ideas, or if they could share some things that their chapter does for rush. We have a formal rush with an open house, novelty party, and a final party. I'm really trying to improve the greek system at my campus and I am trying to draw some positive feedback from different chapters. Thank you for all of your help, I really appreciate it.

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Old 12-14-1999, 01:14 AM
GregFIJI GregFIJI is offline
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Although I am in a fraternity, I have seen the way rush works for PHC groups (I am the PHC rep for IFC) and the #1 way to have a successful rush is to promote yourselves. Make sure you blanket the campus with flyers and banners about rush. Pass things out, get lists from your admissions office of freshman/undergrad transfer students and call/mail them things. Rush takes WORK, and the only way that you will be able to have a successful rush is if you put forth the effort.

Watch out if you are having formal rush during the spring. If this is the only rush during the year, then fine, but if you ahve a formal rush during the fall having a formal rush during the spring, at least on my campus (UT Arlington) has backfired.

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