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Where can I find sample sorority recommendation letters?

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Letter Samples provides a sorority recommendation letter. The format is the same as that of a general recommendation letter and includes date, name, sorority, university and address, plus a brief introduction of the student being recommended, and a list of achievements and hobbies. A picture may be attached as well.

Only a sorority alumna or collegiate member may write a recommendation letter to her sorority. Official recommendation forms are usually found on a sorority's national website or magazine. Acquiring a letter of recommendation is often not required by new members, but it is appreciated. It is often best to mail a letter of recommendation before a sorority's recruitment date.

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