How many sororities can you join?
Then, can you join more than one sorority?
No. You cannot join another sorority. However, you can join the same sorority. You will have to go through the transfer process at your new college.
Similarly, how many frats can you join? You can be a member of both a pre-professional or service fraternity AND a social fraternity. You can't join two social fraternities. Example: So while you can be a member of both Sigma Chi (social) and Alpha Phi Omega (service), you can't join both Sigma Chi (social) and Alpha Tau Omega (social).
Furthermore, can you join an honor society and a sorority?
Social fraternities and sororities should not be confused with the many academic, service and honor societies that operate on campus. It is possible for a student to be a member of a social fraternity/sorority and an academic or honor society.
Is there a age limit to join a sorority?
There really isn't an official age limit restricting membership to a sorority. There really isn't an official age limit restricting membership to a sorority. That being said however, most sororities at highly populated Greek organizations are targeting freshman as their primary focus for members.