What Your Parents Think Your College Life Will Be Like If You Go Greek
If you’re planning on joining a sorority, you also have to prepare to tell your parents about it because to them joining a sorority is exactly the way you see in the movies. This is what they expect…
They’re going to haze you!…¡Cómo en las peliculas!
…but truth is there is a strict no hazing policy.
¡Todo lo que hacen es tomar!
Do they not know that you’re too broke to be going out drinking every day?
Your grades are going to suffer.
Yet every sorority has their GPA requirements, along with weekly study hours. Plus, you know better than to let all of that tuition money go to waste.
Ya no vas a querer ir a misa.
Buuuuut it’s not like you were going to church every Sunday anyway, so…?
Y vas andar con todos los muchachos.
But actuallyyyy you’re single AF. At least in a sorority you and your sisters can be single together.
No te van a dar trabajo if they see that on your resume.
But you know that sorority = NETWORKING.
Cuesta un chingo de dinero.
And this is where you explain the types of payment plans the organization offers, along with the access you will have to scholarships in the future.
Mom also thinks you’re going to live in a madhouse and get all your sh*t stolen from your roommates.
It’s not like you’re big ballin’ during college. What are they going to steal? Your pencils?
Then there’s the ‘why do you need to pay for friends’ question.
Because if you’re attending college away from home, being able to find a second home at your school is the best feeling ever.
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