The Greek System strives to attain the highest level of academic achievement possible. By encouraging fraternity and sorority members to be active on campus and keep up their grades, the Greek System is a driving force in helping members live up to their potential.
Councils and chapters, as well as the inter/national organizations, provide programs and incentives for academic success. Numerous scholarships are awarded annually by chapters, councils, and the inter/national organizations for high academic success or for academic improvement. Programs are held with new members to discuss how to manage their time effectively and increase their study skills. Chapters also develop study tables and tutoring programs to assist their members.
These programs are largely successful, which is demonstrated by the grade point averages of Greek students. In the spring of 2009, the all-Greek GPA was a 3.30, while the all-undergraduate average GPA was a 3.18.
For more information on Interfraternity Council Academics, please visit the IFC Academics page.