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Win Big wrote: Not worth the money IMO. Plenty of fun can be found without a frat. I'd rather get through Uni with minimal debt and setup to maximize success throughout your 20s. Reap the rewards of a good life from 30 onward.
Calculate out what $20,000 invested now at 6% will be by age 65. $275,000!
From what I experienced, spending $$ in college didn't hinder me at all
That's because your earning potential goes up quite a bit after college. $20,000 is a lot in college... but to me now, I am able to save a minimum of that in 6 months while still enjoying my life.
My perspective. Don't shy away from spending $$ in college for experiences. It is always worth it. And if one of your goals is to get laid, make it as easy for yourself as possible so you don't need to revisit this in your later 20's.
Another thing - fraternities have connections. You join in, get to see what the older, successful brothers are doing and can use them as examples. Also, frats are great building blocks to get into sales. Every sales intro class I have heard of is full of ex-frat fucks. You can bank in sales after college. They also have strong alumni networks (hopefully) where you can see what successful alumni are doing.
No regrets joining a fraternity, and I wouldn't be earning as much $$ as I am now without having joined one. All of my friends/family noticed a change in my confidence/social skills.
Weigh 160 lbs (May: 154 lbs) (August: 156 lbs)
Deadlift 3 plates (2 plates) (**on hold for lower back injury)
Have 50,000 in my bank account (30,000) (August: 50,000) COMPLETE
Develop a second source of income (working on it) (real estate)
Tinder Gold is a huge fucking waste of money in my experience. I have automatic gym access at Bama, and my parents pay for my membership for the gym I go to at home. Everything else seems sensible though - I need to make major upgrades to my wardrobe this summer especially.
I enjoy parties a lot; as you said however, I would really like the quintessential college experience. I had a very inconsistent social life before coronavirus closed campus for the semester, and I doubt that will get much better. I don't want to get a fake ID, and going to bars may be hit-or-miss depending upon my looks and social skills,
dude don't spend $7000 a year if your just a college student. its definitely not worth it if you're not making a lot of money yet as a college grad. you can stick get attractive girls if you don't pledge.
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