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Potential freshman rushing sorority

asd345asd345 Posts: 6Registered User New Member
edited February 2012 in College Life
I am trying to decide between CU Boulder and University of Georgia. I really would like to join a sorority at either one, but have no idea what Greek Life is even like at CU. I'm visiting the school next weekend, and was hoping to talk to some girls in a chapter there or at least get a glimpse of the houses there. Do big state schools typically offer tours or interviews with potential freshman? Or would I need to know someone specifically in a house to be able to see what it was like? My sisters good friend goes to Georgia so she was able to introduce me to some of her friends there and show me her room, ect.
I'm very new to all this so any help would be appreciated!
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