D e l t a Z e t a
Delta Delta Chapter at Georgia State University
Fall Recruitment is an exciting time to meet new women in every chapter, step out of your comfort zone and find a place to call your own. It can be a bit overwhelming, but don't worry - you're sure to gain something that will forever change your life. On this page, you'll find all things recruitment, including dates, sign-up links and recommendation forms. We can't wait to meet you in the fall, and we wish you the best of luck in the journey to find your home!
A Message From Our VP of Membership:
My name is Berenice Chavez and I am the Vice President of Membership! I can honestly say that Delta Zeta has truly shaped me into the woman I am today. This chapter has given me my best friends, a home away from home, and an incredible support system. While recruitment weekend is full of excitement and emotions, I hope to help you find your home as I did with Delta Zeta. If I could give you one piece of advice for recruitment, it would be to go into the experience with an open mind and step out of your comfort zone! This is such a unique experience and you are sure to end up where you are meant to be while meeting incredible women along the way. We can’t wait to meet you in the fall and wish you the best of luck finding your forever home!
- Berenice Chavez
Ana, Fall 18
Hometown: Suwanee, Ga
Sierra, Fall 20
Hometown: Flowery Branch, GA
Valeria, Fall 19
Major: Speech Communications
Hometown: Norcross, GA
RECRUITMENT TIPS & TRICKS
don’t be afraid to ask sisters questions!! it’s MUTUAL selection, you want to make sure you are getting the information you need to make the best choice for you and your values too!! and have fun!!
Don’t go in with preconceived ideas of each chapter! The one you *think* you want to join may NOT be the chapter that truly fits you best. Go in with an open mind and heart :)
be yourself! this will be your home for the rest of college (and post-college!) and you want to find the people who love and uplift you for every piece of yourself!
GENUINELY come into recruitment with an open mind and give every chapter a fair chance because they are all sososo great in their own way.
talk about things you’re passionate about or are actually interested in!!! this helps the conversation flow a lot better & helps sisters get to know you more
- Haley S.
i know it sounds crazy but… the girls in each chapter that you are speaking to are probably just as nervous as you are.
Look for a chapter you can see yourself growing in! It’s super beneficial to be around women that constantly push you to be a better person of yourself.
Think about what is in the best interest of you 6 months, 1 year, and 5 years from now. Pick the people you think will be there for you in the long run- these friendships should last beyond college! Pick the girls who you think will help you grow <3
Be engaged in all of the sororities you meet! Go in with an open mind and you’ll find where you belong! Just keep a positive mindset and be your truest self!
Be yourself! All the girls you are talking too have been in your shoes and don’t expect you to act a certain way. It’s very overwhelming, and easy to act like someone you’re not, so let’s your personality shine and the right sorority will love you!
Ask as many questions as you can! Don’t be afraid to do that- it can only help you. Try your best to pick up on the energy not just of the girl who your speaking to but her energy with her own sisters as well !!
How you feel in a recruitment room plays a big key in your decision. Trust your gut. Don’t try to dress the way a particular chapter might want you to dress, and be genuine and truthful in all of your conversations. that you can grow.
keep an open mind! mix it up & talk to everyone. don’t cling too much to a certain person/group. it’s great to click with people but definitely get to know everyone!!
Don’t go into it thinking it is like a interview because these girls will potentially be some of your best friends…just try and keep it casual and natural rather than censoring your true personality.
Don’t be afraid to go out of your comfort zone. Wherever you grow and whom you grow with is important