I’m amazed at how time has been flying lately. It’s been a few busy months for our family. We celebrated Lane’s graduation from college just a couple of months ago. That was very weird for me. I still haven’t wrapped my mind around the fact that I am the mother of a college graduate. Wow! Read the Rest…
In its most recent report, more than 88 percent of high school students interested in attending a state college or university said they were interested in joining a sorority or fraternity. The vast majority of those young women who expressed interest in sorority life also shared they had taken college prep courses or were in honors programs.
My final parting thought to parents: Never question the blessings of a sorority affiliation for your daughter.
If you haven’t thought about it, now is as good a time as any and we highly recommend you have a personal safety discussion.
But we’re here to tell you that your sorority network is one of your best support systems around and a great avenue to securing eventual employment.
The dialogue is critical as colleges cope with the needs of students who are dealing with a variety of mental health issues – depression, substance abuse, ADHD and more.
Making a mistake has consequences today that didn’t exist before the days of email. Today, the online crowd can be merciless. Remember this in your summer convention moments and celebrations. Talk about the importance of your personal and sorority brand. Remember that young women have miles to go and mentors they need to make the better choices in their lives. Then, act accordingly
The NPC annual report is a great tool and resource – serving to keep us in tune with what hundreds of thousands of women need and want for their very personal sorority experiences.
I do believe she felt then what I feel now. Sad, but in a good way, so proud of them.
“For the first time in her life, she shared a small bedroom with another girl and a communal bathroom with dozens. For someone used to having privacy and exclusiveness, suddenly having to live communally could have been upsetting…”
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