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Set I: Sunday and Monday
Set I of recruitment is more casual. These days consist of open houses in a relaxed environment. The sorority women will be wearing shorts and t-shirts, so feel free to wear casual, cool attire, and comfortable walking shoes! This is where Potential New Members visit all eleven organizations. Lunch is provided on Monday.
Set II: Tuesday and Wednesday
Philanthropy Day: Potential New Members will visit UP TO eight of the eleven chapters visited in the previous days. Set II is also casual and relaxed, but a little dressier than the previous set. Shorts, skirts, and sundresses are all appropriate attire. Sandals and comfortable shoes are suggested.
During this set, you will learn about the chapters' philanthropies and other activities that they participate in on and off campus. Look for financial and scholarship information as well.
Set III: Thursday
Theme Day: This day Potential New Members will visit UP TO five of the chapters they had visited the previous day. This set is a bit more dressy yet still casual: sundresses, skirts, or shorts are recommended. Chapters will be performing a skit that shows their personalities, values, and ideals. Also, you will receive tours of the chapters' houses
Set IV: Saturday
Preference: Preference is a serious, more formal event. Your clothing should reflect the atmosphere, so you should wear a cocktail dress or semiformal dress. You can wear dressy flats or heels, but be sure to bring more comfortable shoes to walk in as you go from chapter to chapter. Bring an umbrella because, for some reason, it almost always rains on this day!
This is a very intimate and serious night that really reflects the sisterhood and bond between the chapter members. Potential New Members will visit up to two chapters, and the events will be longer than the previous days.
Bid Day: Sunday
You will want to wear shorts or casual bottoms, and a tank top. The chapter you receive a bid from will provide you with a bid day shirt or dress.
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