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Old 06-18-2009, 04:05 PM
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I was in a local sorority at my school but the disorganization and craziness made me feel like i should not be there. My question is if im interested in joining a divine nine would i be able to since the sorority i was in before was local and only at one school
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Old 06-18-2009, 04:51 PM
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1908Revelations: Why must you be so harsh with the response?
The "high and mighty"-ness could have been quelled with a simple "no."
She did not know. Was she supposed to, or did she not read the book on the dos and don'ts of being Greek?
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Old 06-20-2009, 10:27 AM
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I was in a local sorority at my school but the disorganization and craziness made me feel like i should not be there. My question is if im interested in joining a divine nine would i be able to since the sorority i was in before was local and only at one school
I would imagine that it depends on the rules of that particular organization as well as the sentiment of the members of that chapter.

For me, even if Alpha said it was okay, I'd have to truly look at the person and the org before i decided whether it was a deal-breaker for me.
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Old 01-25-2010, 12:06 AM
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I know this thread is old a hell, but (from the Gamma Sigma Sigma site):

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The College Pan-Hellenic is composed of members of all the eligible sororities and fraternities on its campus. The delegates from chapters of these sororities and fraternities form the College Pan-Hellenic Council, which is responsible for local Pan-Hellenic operation in accordance with National policies and procedures.
Gamma Sigma Sigma’s prohibits affiliation with the National Pan-Hellenic Conference. Pan-Hellenic membership involves the question of adherence to the basic principles on which Gamma Sigma Sigma has been founded. Although some chapters may be non-voting members of their local Pan-Hellenic Council in order to meet student organization requirements for sororities, no GSS chapter may become a regular member of the local Pan-Hellenic Council.
First off, are they referring to both the NPC -and- the NPHC? The way they have it written implies NPHC, but from context I think they're referring to any national Panhellenic group, whether NPC or NPHC. In addition - correct me if I'm wrong - the second paragraph implies that a member of GSS can also be part of their local Panhel (i.e. part of a Panhellenic sorority), but the GSS chapter is prohibited from joining the college's Panhellenic Council as an active, voting body...?
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when panhellenic is spelled this way, pan-hellenic, it is referring to nphc.
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Old 01-25-2010, 08:14 AM
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I know this thread is old a hell, but (from the Gamma Sigma Sigma site):



First off, are they referring to both the NPC -and- the NPHC? The way they have it written implies NPHC, but from context I think they're referring to any national Panhellenic group, whether NPC or NPHC. In addition - correct me if I'm wrong - the second paragraph implies that a member of GSS can also be part of their local Panhel (i.e. part of a Panhellenic sorority), but the GSS chapter is prohibited from joining the college's Panhellenic Council as an active, voting body...?
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when panhellenic is spelled this way, pan-hellenic, it is referring to nphc.
Miriverite, you are correct.

It's not a huge stretch to assume they made a mistake by including the hyphen, since the rest of the context suggests NPC and CPC.

(Although it would definitely also apply to NPHC or any other council of social organizations)
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I would like to know everyone thoughts on dual membership between a Multicultural GLO and a NPHC-GLO. Your feedback would greatly be appreciative.
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Old 02-28-2010, 07:32 PM
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I would like to know everyone thoughts on dual membership between a Multicultural GLO and a NPHC-GLO. Your feedback would greatly be appreciative.
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Old 03-12-2010, 11:57 PM
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Read the bylaws of the governing council. They usually state the rules on membership.
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NPHC and GPhiD?

This is a long thread and the search is not coming up with anything specific. I apologize if this was already answered.

1. Just for curiosity (Im a man from a LGLO), I was reading about BGLOs and found that dual membership is allowed for Iota Phi Lambda Sorority (professional) and NPHC sororities. Is it the same for Gamma Phi Delta sorority and NPHC sororities? Ive heard both that GPhiD is business and that it is social.

2. Also, is dual membership allowed between two PFA fraternitiess?

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Old 04-03-2010, 06:21 PM
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1) I believe the policy for GPhiD would be the same as any other business sorority. (Unless GPhiD has become social)

2) Not sure.
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Two NPHCs - not allowed
Non-NPC and NPHC - may be allowed, check with the organization.

^^ what she said!
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