Joining a Greek organization can provide numerous benefits. Becoming a part of a sisterhood can be a fun and exciting college experience that you can benefit from for many years to come! View our Parents information page for more details.
As a sister in a sorority, you will instantly create a relationship with all of its members across the country. Your social and professional networks will expand instantly and you will have a chance to meet bright, young, and inspiring individuals in a multitude of different fraternal organizations. Additionally, you will be exposed to women in all facets and paths of life that otherwise may have not been accessible.
Sororities and fraternities are built upon creating strong future leaders. Over 85% of the student leaders on some 730 campuses are involved in the Greek community. There are an abundance of opportunities available to take ownership of your organization on a local and/or national level. As a self-regulating organization, these leadership opportunities allow sororities to build strong and ethical women leaders.
Culture & Unity
Spreading culture is another benefit to joining a Greek organization; specifically one based on culture. As a sister, you will have the opportunity to bond with other women who share a passion for spreading or learning about South Asian culture. Additionally, sororities and fraternities often unite and create strong relations on the basis of culture.
As a member of the Greek community, you will be able to help change and shape the community around you. With philanthropy being one of the main pillars of many Greek organizations, community service and volunteering are at the forefront of Greek life activities. The Greek system is the largest network of volunteers in the US, with members donating over 10 million hours of volunteer service each year.
Did you know?
1st Female Senator was Greek
1st Female Astronaut was Greek
85% of Fortune 500 Companies are run by Greeks
75% of Congress is Greek
85% of Supreme Court Justices have been Greek
63% of U.S. Cabinet Members since 1900 are Greek
All of the Apollo 11 Astronauts are Greek
More than 7 million men and women in the U.S. and Canada are Greek.