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We understand that preparing for college can be overwhelming and challenging at times. The best way to select a college and pursue a college education is to be well-informed and prepared for the decisions you are making. The following links may help you in your research.

College Search & Preparation

College Board http://www.collegeboard.com/
Peterson’s College Search http://www.petersons.com/
Educational Testing Service http://ets.org/
General Information http://www.onlinecollege.org/blog/

Student Financial Aid Resources

Federal Student Aid FAFSA http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
Student Aid on the Web http://studentaid.ed.gov
Fastweb Scholarship Finder http://www.fastweb.com/

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Allie Gazmarian

Pre-law

Who I Am
One of the primary reasons that I chose to go through recruitment was due to the community service opportunities that it provides. Throughout high school, I served as Vice President of our girl's service club and president of our Habitat for Humanity coalition. I also went on service trips to Kenya, Costa Rica, Jamaica, and Mississippi throughout my high school years. Upon entering a large college, I did not know where to look for similar opportunities and thought that a sorority may be beneficial. Greek life provides a unique opportunity to be involved in your philanthropy and also the philanthropic events of other sororities and fraternities. As a result, I have become more involved on campus and have been able to give back to numerous causes and... read more

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How do you know if sorority life is really for you?

Answer:

The best way to know if sorority life is right for you is to go through recruitment. This is a time that really helps you learn about each of the chapters and find what's the best fit for you. Even if you think you're just a little bit interested, I would definitely try it out. I know girls who went through recruitment on a whim and now couldn't imagine their college experience any other way. And if you decide in the end that it's not for you, that's totally fine too. It's not something that's for everyone, but at least you tried it out and you know for sure.

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