There are also quite a few professional or special interest fraternities on campus that allow people with similar interests to network, develop important skills, or just have some fun with some like-minded classmates. For example, there’s a fraternity for many of the professional disciplines, including business, law, engineering, and even cinema. Most of these organizations are co-ed and have rush and pledge processes that involves getting to know active members in several contexts. For example, some of Sigma Eta Pi’s recruitment events this semester involved speaker events with executives from Tinder and creative, idea-based competitions and projects to demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit. Even for those who aren’t necessarily interested in rushing, several of the professional fraternities hold events for non-members who are interested to get involved too. Delta Kappa Alpha, the cinema fraternity, sometimes holds movie nights that are open to everyone and raise money for charity.