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Even though I swore off rushing after I had to drop out of pledging this one organization during my sophomore year (schedule conflicts), I've thought about getting involved in another organization.
See, I'm thinking about rushing this semester as a junior for this volunteering co-ed frat, but I plan to study abroad in the spring. If I get a bid and complete the pledging process, would it seem weird not being able to be an active member until one year later since I will be overseas in the Spring? Or would it be even weirder if I rushed in the fall of my senior year.
So my question is: Anyone here rushed a sorority or fraternity during their fall semester of senior year? How did that go? Has anyone heard of people doing such a thing?