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
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Alpha Theta
Fraternities (IFC) - minimum GPA requirement ranges from 2.50-3.00
Alpha Sigma 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
Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Hamilton Williams Campus Center #143
Student Involvement Office