A Letter from our VP Recruitment:

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Dear Potential New Member,
I am thrilled you have expressed interest in becoming a part of the Greek community here at the University of North Florida. Becoming a part of Alpha Chi Omega has really made my college experience infinitely better in so many ways. I have become a stronger leader, friend and woman in general since joining Greek life at UNF. 

I am so blessed to be chosen as the Vice President of Recruitment for the Theta Sigma chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, and I cannot wait to meet all of you during the fall recruitment process.

I am so looking forward to welcoming new women into our chapter this upcoming September. Each and every one of you will be a great addition to the Greek community. I cannot wait to see all of the amazing things you will do this year!

Loyally,

Abbi Brown


 
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Recruitment

New members bring new life and excitement each year to the Theta Sigma chapter. We are beyond excited to meet each of the potential new members during 2019 recruitment! While the official dates haven’t been released yet, please keep checking back for new information and everything alpha chi related!! Feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or concerns.

 
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Recruitment is nerve-racking and confidence is key! With that being said, here's a few tips for formal recruitment!

  • Wear comfy shoes! - you will be standing for long periods of time and we want to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible when talking to our sisters.

  • Don't be afraid to ask questions! - we are here to help you find your home away from home, don't be scared to ask questions!

  • Bring sticky notes or a notebook - you will be talking to many people, writing down names and things you like and don't like will make your recruitment process a little easier when it comes to voting.

  • Remember every sister you speak to has been in your place and we are just as nervous as you.

  • Enjoy your time in each room - it's a memorable experience!

  • Most Importantly, Go Alpha Chi!