You can actually hire a consultant for rush week


Newly selected sorority women race down Rose Street Sunday after hearing which awaiting house on Greek Row would become their new home-away-from-home. Photo by Josh Mott | Staff

Madison Rexroat

Sure, you can have a tutor, a hair stylist, an accountant, etc. but you can also have a sorority recruitment consultant. Yes, you read that right.

In a world of hectic rush weeks and competitive recruitment processes, sorority consultants help girls navigate a world they’re likely not used to. Often run by sorority alumni and mothers of sorority girls, consultants cover dress codes, small talk, and extensive social media monitoring in private and group workshops.

Consultants build a strong relationship with their clients before and during rush week, sometimes talking to them every day either in sessions or over the phone. 90-minute sessions can cost $100 per meeting, but the results are usually quite effective, getting girls into one of their top choices.

To read the full article in Town & Country, click here.