Alpha Chi Omega

Kayla Boening

184 Mockingbird Lane

Yoakum, TX 77995


Alpha Delta Pi

Mary Cay Barker

404 E. Park Ave.

Victoria, Texas 77901


Alpha Omicron Pi

Anna Samples

409 Woodlands Lane

Victoria, TX 77904


Alpha Phi

Trudi Porter Zapalac

7715 Wexford Square

San Antonio, TX 78240



Alpha Xi Delta

Rona Simpson

507 Cherrystone Circle

Victoria, TX 77904


Chi Omega

Cheryl Guthrie

1 Cotswold Lane

Victoria, Texas 77904


Delta Delta Delta

Jamie Kirkpatrick

1364 Westpark Avenue

Victoria, Texas 77905


Delta Gamma

Cheryl Pollock

6119 Country Club Drive

Victoria, Texas 77904


Delta Zeta

Barbara Samples

409 Woodlands Lane

Victoria, Texas 77904


Gamma Phi Beta

Kappa Alpha Theta

Jennifer Diebel

4011 Salem Rd.

Victoria, Texas 77905


Kappa Delta

Elizabeth Chandler

103 Sky Court

Victoria, Texas 77904


Kappa Kappa Gamma

Brooke Mercer

6022 Country Club Drive

Victoria, Texas 77904


Phi Mu

Linda Bush

14618 Windhollow

Houston, Texas 77040

Pi Beta Phi

Elisabeth High

300 Clay Ave.

Apartment 14

Waco, Texas 76706


Zeta Tau Alpha

Melissa Proctor

208 W. Guadalupe

Victoria, Texas 77901


Each year sororities increase their membership through a mutual selection process called Membership Recruitment. This process was formerly called Rush and it remains an accurate description. During Formal Recruitment, you will have an opportunity to become acquainted with each of the sororities on your campus and their members. At the end, your preferences and the sorority preferences are matched to achieve mutual selection.

During recruitment you get to meet new people on your campus and be exposed to a new opportunity for involvement. Here is some advice to help you through the recruitment process:

*Be yourself.

*Have genuine and honest conversations.

*Spend time really getting to know the members.
*Expose yourself to the chapter experience.
*Seek accurate information from the college or university.
*Look for the group where you feel most comfortable.
*Keep an open mind.
*Trust the process.
*Have fun.
*Go through the entire recruitment process knowing that you will meet countless remarkable women who   may be your friends no matter what sorority you join.As an alumna member (sorority member no longer in college), there will be opportunities to network and develop friendships with sorority sisters from all over the country. Community involvement and philanthropic efforts continue along with social activities. 


A student whose family member (typically brother/sister, mom/dad, grandmother/grandfather but can also include aunt/uncle) is a member of a particular sorority or fraternity. The student is given special membership consideration but not guaranteed a bid.


Put simply, community service. Typically each sorority has a nationally and/or locally recognized non-profit agency that they donate time and money to; they refer to this as “their philanthropy”.​



Refers to all incoming women going through the recruitment process before they accept a sorority bid.​



The official process for new members to join a sorority. It is a mutual selection process where the PNM’s and chapter chose based on their perfect fit. Some schools’ recruitment period lasts a week, while others only a weekend.



A collegiate sorority member who disaffiliates from their individual chapter to help PNM's with an unbiased perspective through recruitment.


The different rounds of formal recruitment.  Each sorority chapter throws their own “party” for PNM’s to attend.