A current, initiated member of a fraternity or sorority.
An invitation from a fraternity or sorority for an individual to become a new member.
The active member whom is tasked with guiding and advising a new member.
An individual colony which comprises a larger, national fraternity or sorority.
Semester payments to one’s organization.
FORMAL HOUSE VISITS:
The part of rush in which recruits visit all fraternities or sororities in order to familiarize themselves with each chapter, its members, and its values.
The confluence of individual fraternities and sororities in Sewanee in which Greek members and organizations comprise a greater, non-exclusive community whose value and impact extends far beyond the confines of individual chapters.
The formal date in which new members become actives within an established organization.
Isc/IFC (intersorority council & interfraternity council)
A panel of elected students charged with governing and promoting cooperative actions within the Greek life community.
The new member whom is the responsibility of a big brother or sister.
An individual who has accepted a bid to an organization but has not yet been initiated.
An event in which a chapter’s traditions are executed and exhibited as part of new member education.
The process in which potential new members attend recruiting events held by the various organizations on a given campus. Held each spring.
The day in which individuals offered bids choose to accept one such bid and become a new member. Shake Day occurs immediately following the last day of rush.
The period of rush for non-freshmen which is held each fall.