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Greek 101

Many are called, but only the exceptional are chosen.

We are seeking to extend our sisterhood to leaders who are academically talented and who are interested in making a positive impacting on the community in the company of diverse, intelligent, distinguished women. Contact the chapter if you are interested in membership or more information.

Membership in the Mu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. at Texas A&M University-Commerce is limited to honorable, dedicated, principled women who have a minimum of a 2.5 G.P.A. Continuous membership in any sorority is a lifetime commitment to sisterhood, scholarship, and service, as well as a long-term financial commitment.  We expect prospective members to have a sense of self identity and confidence, as well as the ability to be a trendsetter. Do you have what it takes? We have a few recommendations for women considering membership in a sorority:


on the characteristics and history of the NPHC sororities, especially the one you are interested in. Assess your reasons for wanting to be in a sorority, and keep an open mind. It may help you to decide which one is the right one for you.



the women who are in the sorority and allow them the chance to get to know you by attending their events and being attentive to their actions on campus. Make sure that these are women that you want to associate with because joining a sorority is a life long commitment.



All sororities were founded on community service; this means a lot of hard work, dedication, as well as dues & other miscellaneous costs. Make sure your time management skills are up to the test, because your first priority at school is to graduate and nothing should stand in its way.

"But, what if I do not have the grades to become a member of a sorority?"

Well that's easy, WORK ON THEM!!  Not just to become a member of a sorority, but for yourself. Your education is MOST IMPORTANT.  That is why you are in college in the first place, at least that should be your reason. 



Let the members of the organization know that you are interested, not the entire campus. Members need to also know that you will keep internal business internal, not external. Also, sincerity, honesty, and respect for the organization are also important when talking with members.



No member of any Greek lettered organization has the right to subject you to any thing that you will not allow, i.e. violations of your personal integrity/spirituality. You have the right to walk away from a threatening situation and report it.