Anonymous asked:

My school's chapter of the sorority I'm interested in is about to have a resurrection line (they were suspended for a few years.) There have been no active members on campus since I have been here. The Grad Chapter has a community center in the area, and on there website, they state that they have volunteer opportunities. Should I call to get involved with them, or is this a bad idea?

Divine Love Answer:

Go ahead and do that. ASAP

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

What's the difference between a graduate chapter and a city chapter?

Divine Love Answer:

Graduate chapter is for aspirants who already graduated however want to still pledge. City chapter is for locations where there aren’t a lot of people to make a chapter.

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

is the pledging in bglo's similar to white orgs? like how with white orgs youre a pledge up until like your 2nd year? and people bid on you?

Divine Love Answer:

Yes they are similar. However unlike with other orgs BGLOs don’t require you to decker which org you are interested in your first year. Instead an aspirant typically spends their first semester or year getting to know the members of the org they are interested in. Once an applicant crossed the burning sands they are full members. There is no probationary period there after.

Yes there are several votes taking on an aspirant and they must get positive votes consistently.

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

Hello. I've been wondering which orgs don't do honorary members. I know each has its reasoning for why they may or may not, but I'd just like to know which ones do or don't. :))

Divine Love Answer:

Not too sure about the others however Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated no longer accepts honorary members.

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

I am interested in becoming a member of XYZ sorority. I recently met a member of that sorority this weekend. She graduated from my university a couple of years ago and was a member of the sorority. We exchanged contact information because she stated that he had a lot of people she wanted me to contact and introduce myself to on campus. Should I wait for her to text me first, or should I text her and start building a relationship with her?

Divine Love Answer:

Call her first. Unless she tells you to text her. I hope you know your basic info. First impressions can be everything.

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

I am a member of NCNW at my school and I am interested in becoming a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha. For the proof of community involvement, would it be wrong if the president of the organization signs it (btw she's a Delta)? Also, can she write my letter of recommendation or does it have to be someone who is older?

Divine Love Answer:

Yes she can sign the community service portion. However DO NOT have her write your recommendation letter. Have an AKA write it.

-UniBomber

Anonymous asked:

When do you submit an interest letter?

Divine Love Answer:

It depends on the org. Some want it before the application so they can vet. It. some want it as part of your application. And the chapter may never look at it.

-UniBomber