Gaming Game Play & Streaming Joining a Secret Society in The Sims 2: University Identify secret society members by their llama emblems by Courtney Marchelletta Writer Courtney Marchelletta is a former freelance contributor to Lifewire. gaming enthusiast, and sim player who proves video games aren't just for guys. our editorial process Courtney Marchelletta Updated on April 13, 2020 Game Play & Streaming Consoles & PCs Cheats & Codes Gaming Services Game Play & Streaming Mobile Gaming Tweet Share Email The first expansion pack for The Sims 2 introduces scholarships, majors, and Greek life to the popular simulation game. As with many real-life colleges, you can also join secret societies in The Sims 2: University. Information in this article applies to The Sims 2: University for Windows and macOS. Maxis How to Join a Secret Society in Sims 2 Each university has one secret society on campus. To become a member of a secret society, a Sim needs to make friends with three current members. Go to a community lot and look for members who are wearing blazers with llama emblems (they do not wear their uniform at college residences). Make friends with one member and then look for another. After making friends with three members, go home and wait until 11 p.m. If you made enough friends, your Sim will be handcuffed and taken away by limo to the secret society. The Secret Society Building Each campus has a different secret society building that offers similar advantages: a place to socialize with other members, a quiet place to study, and a place to use career reward objects. To visit the secret society building, Sims can summon a limo using a phone. Time continues to pass as normal while visiting the secret society, so Sims may need to leave to go to class. The secret society refrigerator has an unlimited stock of food, but you will be charged for items you take. Grade Hacking in Sims 2: University Joining a secret society also unlocks grade hacking on school computers. You can try to improve your Sims' test scores, but there's always a risk of them getting caught and expelled.