- Greeks recognize that academic achievement is the basis for future success.
- A minimum GPA is required to join a Greek organization and to maintain good standing within the organization. Each GPA requirement is based on a national standard that each chapter upholds, they may vary from organization to organization.
- The all-fraternity and sorority GPA is consistently higher than the all-campus GPA.
- Each chapter develops academic programming.
- The fraternity and sorority governing bodies recognize outstanding individual and chapter scholarship each semester.
Each chapter sets their own GPA requirement.
- Sororities (NPC) - minimum GPA requirement ranges from 2.50-2.70
- Delta Delta Delta
- Delta Gamma
- Delta Zeta
- Kappa Kappa Gamma
- Kappa Alpha Theta
- Fraternities (IFC) - minimum GPA requirement ranges from 2.50-3.00
- Alpha Sigma Phi
- Chi Phi
- Delta Tau Delta
- Phi Delta Theta
- Phi Gamma Delta
- Sigma Phi Epsilon
Community Service & Philanthropy
- Each chapter holds annual philanthropic and service events.
- Fraternity and sorority organizations serve the local community and special philanthropies.
- Service projects include tutoring at local elementary schools, blood drives, Adopt-a-Highway cleanups, clothing and food drives, and a campus-wide cleanup.
- Chapter philanthropies include St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Reading is FUNdamental, the American Cancer Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Livestrong Foundation, the Red Cross, the Children’s Miracle Network, as well as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).
- Students can take major leadership roles within their chapters as well as one of the fraternity and sorority governing councils.
- Leaders develop skills for self-governance, responsibility, accountability, and communication.
- Fraternity and sorority members are regularly involved as leaders in other campus organizations.
- National and regional leadership conferences and officer training programs are offered annually