A letter from recruitment
Dear Potential New Members,
My name is Kayla Murray and I have the privilege of serving as Alpha Phi’s Vice President of Membership Recruitment this year. Having the opportunity to give back to a chapter that has given me so much is something I am incredibly grateful for. We are so excited to meet you all this fall and show you how much this chapter means to each and every one of us.
While recruitment may be overwhelming and exciting, there is no reason to be nervous! Making the decision to get involved in Greek life is one that I will never regret. Our sisterhood has played such an important role in each of our college experiences, and helped us to create some of our favorite memories. We are proud to support and shape some of the most ambitious and successful women that graduate from Georgia Tech. Whether you have been planning to join a sorority for months, or you just decided to, I can assure you that you will be meeting a group of intelligent, fun, loving women who have truly become my best friends.
Within my time here at Georgia Tech, I have grown into a woman I am truly proud of, and I have Alpha Phi Iota Mu to thank for that. Each day I am surrounded by compassionate and driven women that support and challenge me to become the best student, friend, and person I can be. This sisterhood is truly unlike anything I have ever experienced before. These women have picked me up and been there for me at my lowest and held my hand rejoicing with me at my highest. My sisters have taught me countless lessons and created memories with me that I will cherish for a lifetime. Because of that, our letters represent much more than a sorority to me; they represent the girls that have become my family and 713 Britain Drive which has become my home.
Whether it be Alpha Phi or another chapter on campus, I hope you too find your home here at Georgia Tech.
With much love and AOE,