The finale episode begins with Jordan crying and talking with Amanda about joining the sorority--why would she want to be a part of an organization that treats her so poorly? Amanda is just trying to figure it out, and she and Jordan are both very upset. Jordan talks with Becca, and Amanda talks with Leslie. Leslie makes Amanda feel much better. Candace is still on the fence. The sisters talk and decide that some of them should go over to the pledge house and make the pledges feel better. They write them poems and bake them cookies. Jordan likes them, but still feels it is too little too late.
All of the pledges have to pass a quiz about Sigma. The only one that is having a problem passing is DeDe. She ends up passing with no time to spare.
The Blue and Gold dinner is the event during which the pledges are initiated. Mara gets up and makes a speech about how she doesn't feel good about being initiated. She says that just because a few girls want them, it doesn't mean the whole sorority wants them. Jordan talks about how everyone has judged her from the beginning, and she can't be a part of it. Leslie and Leah meet and Leslie is very upset by what has happened. Leah says that this quarter taught them so much.
As initiation begins, each of the pledges are brought upstairs by their big sister. It is a sacred ritual, and we are not allowed to know what happens. Candace is still having mixed emotions, but then Stacy gives her a little squeeze. And all is well after that.
All of the girls are packing up to leave, and Jordan is relieved that it is over. Mara feels like a huge weight has been lifted off of her shoulders.
The season closes with a meeting---with Becca as the new president, and the pledges as full-fledged sisters. Candace signs up to work on next quarters rush.