What are examples of sorority recommendation letters?


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A sorority recommendation letter is a form alumnae fill out for students who are planning to go through Panhellenic recruitment. An example of a recommendation letter includes information about the alumna and a written statement with details about the potential new member.

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A recommendation letter must be written by an alumna of the sorority a potential new member is considering. This requires a unique letter from a different alumna for each sorority involved in recruitment. If a potential new member doesn't know any alumnae, she can contact the local alumnae Panhellenic group in her community to meet willing sorority members.

Many colleges, especially those in the Southeastern Conference, require recommendations, but colleges with less-competitive sorority recruitment processes may not. Each of the 26 National Panhellenic Conference sororities has a unique recommendation form.

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