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For Parents

If you were not in a sorority or fraternity, you may be wondering how the sorority recruitment process works.

If you are an alumna or alumnus or a sorority or fraternity, you may be wondering how "rush" has changed - besides just the name.

In either case, your student will benefit from knowing what truly faces her in the sorority recruitment process.

  • Does she understand that she could be meeting dozens of women each day, all of whom are evaluating her in a matter of minutes?
  • Does she understand how they will be evaluating her?
  • Does she understand that she should be doing the same?
  • Does she understand the amount of preparation that sororities put into preparing to meet and recruit her?
  • Does she clearly know her strengths?
  • Does she understand conversational etiquette?

Is it important to you that your daughter has a good experience during sorority recruitment week? Even if your daughter isn't reading the book, RUSH RIGHT can give you some insight into what she is about to go through.

You can obtain a FREE resource right now, the popular parent brochure, "Congratulations! Your Student Has Decided She Wants to Join A Sorority." TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE.

Recruitment week is a highly emotional experience for many young women, so if you want to be prepared, the resources provided here can help you coach her through the process.

“I finished your wonderful book yesterday and I think it is a significant resource for women going through sorority recruitment.  You did a great job educating non-Greek women on a process that can be perceived as very shallow. 

"You discuss in ‘everyday language’ the importance of what a Potential Member should do to not only prepare for the recruitment process but to prepare her for a lifetime of sorority membership.  You balance the message very well by keeping it ‘real’ in a professional tone.  Thank you.”

- Angela Guillory, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Greek Life, Louisiana State University

 "Not joining a sorority in college has always been a huge regret of mine. When I walked into sorority recruitment, I got hit by a freight train. None of my family or older friends were in sororities, so I had no clue how the recruitment process worked. I dropped out of recruitment early after my favorite sororities released me. When I look back, I wish I had been armed with the SureSister PETAL System™ so I could have managed my conversations with sisters better. If only this book had been on the market when I was in school, my recruitment experience would have been much more positive.”  - Kristin Walinski, Attorney, University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)

"The information shared in this book will not only benefit women going through recruitment, but it is also an important tool to share with the parents of these women. It is imperative for parents to play a supportive role throughout college and especially through recruitment; this should be shared with sorority women and their parents alike."  - Lizzie Raudenbush, Pi Beta Phi Alumna, University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA)

"My daughter and I both read Rush Right.  We found that this book opened the door so we could see what was coming for the week of Rush. I advise anyone going through rush to buy the book. It is well worth the money." - G. David Bozarth (Spokane, WA)

"Just wanted you to know that my daughter pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma at the University of Oregon this week! It was the sorority my mother belonged to, so has special meaning for our family, and grandma is thrilled. Thanks again for your help - my daughter knew what to expect and used several techniques from the book." - Page Clothier, Parent (Portland, OR)

Thank you so much for the kind gesture of signing the copies of your books! Both girls were so impressed and excited to get an "edge" on their competition in Rush!  I read (my daughter’s) copy before she did and found that it is loaded with helpful info.”  - Melissa Foshee (Montgomery, AL)


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