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Abstract

While the majority of fraternity and sorority members join during their undergraduate years, some join after receiving their first degree. Nontraditional membership has not been examined or discussed in scholarly literature even though non-traditional members often have a significant impact on undergraduate members as Greek life advisors, chapter advisors, student affairs professionals, and faculty members. This article examines one man’s experience with fraternity and sorority life and the influence of non-traditional members on fraternity and sorority members.