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thefraternityadvisor.com/how-to-start-a-fraternity

Surprisingly enough, it is pretty simple to start one, but only if you go about starting it .... I have mentioned to a few friends my idea of creating our own fraternity of ...

www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Fraternity

Decide if you want to start your own fraternity or just a chapter. There are many national fraternities that may not already exist at your school. If you want to start a  ...

www.greekchat.com/gcforums/showthread.php?t=93740

I was wondering how i start my own fraternity. ... I highly doubt that you'll be able to handle all the effort necessary to start your own fraternity.

www.unr.edu/silverandblue/archive/2009/winter/how_it_was.pdf

here, you guys are like your own independent fraternity!” While I had rushed fraternities my fresh- man and sophomore years, I did not join one, primarily due to ...

kappasigma.org/join/start-a-chapter

Contact our Headquarters to initiate the process of starting your own chapter. ... As a Founding Father I had the opportunity to impact my university, build tradition  ...

chiphi.org/about-chi-phi/start-a-chapter

Why Start Your Own Fraternity? The college experience is filled with many opportunities! There are opportunities to pursue academic, athletic and social ...

www.mensfraternity.com/how-to-start-a-mens-fraternity

Begin your own Small Group Meeting - You can order a set of Men's Fraternity curriculum (we recommend you start with The Quest for Authentic Manhood) on ...

phisigmapi.org/startachapter

Starting a Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity will be one of the ... Starting your own Chapter means that you can shape the organization as you ...

education.seattlepi.com/start-noncollegiate-sorority-2172.html

A non-collegiate sorority is an organization that provides camaraderie, a sense of purpose and sisterhood for women. These organizations are not usually ...

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Feb 19, 2012 ... WIth fraternity and sorority hazing on the rise, is it worth starting your own fraternity or sorority? Is it even possible, with Greek life so entrenched ...