Each semester dates will be announced for the recognition workshops. Below you will find information about the recognition process, and some of the necessary forms. A University of Nebraska Omaha student was kicked out of her sorority for a “provocative” picture on her Tinder profile.To Shannon Workman and her mother Jill, the picture seemed innocent enough: she was smiling between her big and her little in a Bid Day tank top that read “Sweet Home Chi Omega.” But it was the sorority’s letters on Tinder that ticked off the group, the upset mother told the Daily News.Feeling suspicious, she secretly recorded the meeting.'WORSE FOR WOMEN THAN DONALD TRUMP': UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SORORITY REMOVES GLITZY RECRUITING VIDEO AFTER BACKLASH “I am just being honest.Academic and conduct waivers must be agreed to through the registration process but the language of the waivers can be found here. No first-year women are ever permitted to participate in formal recruitment.The earliest that a first-year woman should begin any recruitment-related activities is with the start of the all-women’s period in the spring semester.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Vice Presidents for Recruitment, Chloe Comas or Aimee Bosman, or visit the Office of Student Activities & Greek Life in CUB 240.
Our purpose is to serve as a liaison among the collegiate chapters, parents, alumni, international organizations, and Texas A&M University to provide organizational guidance, educational programs, and resources while challenging members to live their fraternal values.
Our mission is to build an inclusive fraternity and sorority community and enhance the collegiate experience by supporting opportunities for leadership, academic success, civic engagement and the creation of fraternal bonds.
Fraternities and sororities are a fundamental part of Texas A&M University.
We are home to 58 inter/nationally affiliated or local Greek-letter organizations, which collectively constitute the largest membership-based and multi-faceted community on campus.