Of course there is one exception, but that makes the rule, I guess. I think maybe the 2 colonies at once was a little stressful on the system, but I agree, and while I don't feel completely confident on this, I THINK they have the housing problem worked out, right? East Carolina (Q 61, QLY 57, T 154, 10 NPC, last colony PM 2013) 25. , 5 NPC, last colony GPB 1990-1994) Space to build housing is an issue at several schools.Obviously there might be compelling reasons that expansion will not happen at the schools listed (I'm looking at you, Texas and Arizona). So anyone with deep enough pockets should be able to conquer this one. University of Nevada Reno (Q77, QLY 86, T 222, 5 NPC, last colony AOII 2015) *rumor Pi Phi may return 2015* 11. GA Tech -- from the campus map, I don't see available space (unless it's by the North Campus parking deck or the University President's house) Univ.Now, understand that you likely WILL be cut from some chapters after round one and your rankings won't mean as much, but if you should happen to have an awesome round one and your bottom list actually comes into play, you don't want to have cut a chapter that you wish you'd kept come bid day.
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University of Nevada Reno (Q77, QLY 86, T 222, 5 NPC, last colony AOII 2015) *rumor Pi Phi may return 2015* (edit: Pi Phi is returning Spring 2017) 11. Mostly schools where quota isn't crazy high, but the number of NPCs is too low.
Over 1700 women have registered for recruitment at Indiana this winter according to t-witter posts. This is the first year in which all of recruitment will occur after winter break. My hunch is that a majority of these women are not familiar with IU's bed rush and how, with the fewer openings (than preference based quotas), keeping an open mind is essential.
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