Statement of Concern

Please use this form to anonymously submit any concerns you have regarding recruitment. This includes during pre-recruitment, recruitment parties, or anything else. This form is for potential new members, Pi Chis, chapter members and chapter advisers. Once we receive your concerns we will address them immediately. 

Statement of Concern


 

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    1. Yes you definitely could! As a new member there are a lot of events you need to go to so you would need to tell your executive board which days you have work and the events you have to miss! After your new member period (First 8 weeks after bid day) you will have more free time.

    1. Hi Brenna, the link to register for recruitment opens July 11th so look out for that! For now, you can look through the chapter pages and Recruitment info to make sure you’re ready for rush in the fall. Let us know if you have any more questions!

  1. Hello! My statement of concern is location. The campus I will be studying at is Fayette, the Eberly Campus. I was wondering how far would recruiting be from my campus? I really want to pledge and I don’t want distance to stop me!

  2. I was wondering if I’m taking some online classes at the main campus am I still allowed to participate for recruitment. I understand the comment above says you have to go to the Main Campus but are the rules different since I’m taking classes online rather than in person? Thanks!

  3. I’m an incoming sophomore and really want to rush this year. I planned to last year but was too busy from the beginning of the semester. I am worried about my GPA and that it won’t be high enough to be able to rush (below a 2.5). I didn’t do that well first semester. I was really sick all throughout the first semester and struggled with my work, etc. I don’t want the sororities to think I don’t care about my studies, because they are a top priority to me. I know above it talks about the GPA requirements, but I just wanted to double check just to be sure I am able to participate. Thank you!

  4. I also have a question about the GPA requirement since I didn’t do that well first semester, similar to Meg’s question. Thanks!

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