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What does it mean to "Rush" for a sorority?


Rushing is a time period in which people interested in our organization have the opportunity to attend events in order to better understand what we stand for, what our active members are like, and it gives us a chance to get to know you! Typically it consists of social events with activities to bond with both active members and others interested in joining.




Is being of Asian descent a requirement to rush?


No! Kappa Phi Lambda is an Asian-interest sorority, but we are not Asian-exclusive. We encourage all ethnicities to rush, as cultural diversity is one of our three pillars (along with sisterhood and service).




I'm not sure if I'll be able to balance school and a sorority. How much of a time dedication would a sorority be?


We encourage academic excellence, and agree that your education should be your top priority, but just know that we have many sisters that would be able to help out and serve as an additional academic resource. From engineering to business to liberal arts, our sisters hold a wide range of majors and occupations and will gladly contribute in anyway they can.




Is there any hazing involved in regards to recruitment?


As defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, hazing is "the practice of playing unpleasant tricks on someone or forcing someone to do unpleasant things usually as a form of initiation".

There is absolutely no hazing involved within our recruitment process. Both the University of Nevada, Reno and Kappa Phi Lambda have stern anti-hazing policies. Under Kappa Phi Lambda's National Constitution and Risk Management Policy this is strictly enforced by our sorority's National Board.




Do you have a question that hasn't been answered yet?


Feel free to contact any of our sisters or our rush chairs at nevada.kpl.rush@gmail.com





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