Sunday, March 21, 2010

To Rush or Not To Rush

...that is the question that has been looming in my mind for the last few weeks now. I don't remember who, put someone put the idea in my head that it would be a good idea to rush. Now, don't get me wrong, I kinda sorta want to but at the same time, the first year is a lot of money. Let's put it this way the fees all tend to end up being about $2500-2700 for the first year and then $1300-$1500 for future years, both including one chapter meal a week at the house, house usage, activity fees, but not including living in the house.  Now, I'll also be working and a full time student. I wish I knew what to do. I think I'm going to start getting letters of recommendations and then go from there! 

1 comment:

Karen said...

You have always said you don't want to be in a sorority since you've been in one for the last four years.

Do what you do so well - your research and see if that's what you really want to do. Not because others want you to.

You've never followed "the pack". You have always marched to the beat of your own drummer. (would you like more of these?)

If you do it and don't like it you can always quit. I think you'd have fun and meet some awesome new friends.

Don't think in terms of money. Yes, I know it's expensive. Think in terms of what special experiences and memories you'll one day have.

As long as you graduate from college, too.

I'll stop now. I promise I'm not stalking you.

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