At what age is one considered too old to become an AKA
My daugther is about to head off to college in another year. She wants to attend an HBCU. We have dicussed sorrorities. I told her about how when I was in school about 20 years ago I wanted to become an AKA but didn't. I told her all the reasons I wanted to become an AKA with the way AKAs seemed to carry themselves being at the top of the list. I returned to school in recent years and obtained my Masters. My daughter has expressed a desire to become an AKA out of all of the other sorrorities; however, she has said that she wants me to become one first because she knows that was a desire of mine back in the day. I thought that to be funny but I did give it some thought. So my question is is there an age limit? Would it be absolutely ridiculous for a 40 year old woman to become an AKA? I know that on the graduate level (unlike undergraduate) you have tob asked or someone has to sponsor you and you can not solicitate joining. All I want to know what is the oldest age you've seen someone join?