The Recruitment Committee

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Recruitment Committee

The rush process is a very crucial time for the chapter. It can become overwhelming and for this reason it is important to utilize the recruitment committee. The recruitment advisor must depend upon the advice and assistance of the committee by distributing the work to its members. Just as with any functional committee, regular meetings and clearly defined responsibilities make for a productive coordinating body. At the committee’s first meeting (held at the end of the semester prior to the planned informational nights), a list of responsibilities should be made to clarify its role, such as:

  • Assist the recruitment advisor in planning, organizing and designing the rush program.
  • Implement and evaluate the progress of the rush program.
  • Aid in advertising for the informational nights (also known as meet nights).
  • Assist in educating the brotherhood on proper rush techniques through chapter rush workshops.


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