What is a sorority?
A sorority is a group of women bound together by common principles, goals and experiences. Sororities offer a personal and professional support within a smaller group of friends in the larger university environment. This smaller support group allows you to foster and expand your personal and leadership development through training and volunteer work.
Sororities also provide avenues to participate in volunteer work to your university community, city, and other groups. This begins a life-long commitment to and skills for philanthropy.
After you graduate from college, you will have lifelong friendships as well as personal and professional skills and support throughout your lifetime.
Fun Sorority Facts
*85% of the Fortune 500 Executives are members of Greek Organizations.
*Sororities and Fraternities maintain higher gpa's than the undergraduate average at most universities.
*Greek organizations have a higher graduation rate than non-members.
*The Center for the Study of College Fraternities found that fraternity/sorority members were significantly more satisfied with their college experience than non-members.
*77 % of Who's Who in America are Greek.
*76% of Congressmen and women are Greek.
Benefits of Membership
There are many benefits of Sorority membership, some of which include:
The benefits of sorority membership are numerous and last for a lifetime.
Responsibilities of Membership
There are responsibilities included with sorority membership. Several include:
*commitment to sorority throughout your collegiate career
Each member is expected to maintain the high standards set by their sorority as well as the values established b the founders of the organization. She is also expected to contribute her talents to her sorority.