Fraternity and Sorority Life by the Numbers
Nationally, 71% of all fraternity and sorority member graduate, while only 50% of
The All fraternity and sorority GPA is higher than the overall collegiate GPA.
Since 1910, 85% of the Supreme Court Justices have been fraternity or sorority members.
85% of the Fortune 500 key executives are fraternity or sorority members.
Of the nation's 50 largest corporations, 43 are headed by fraternity or sorority
76% of Who's Who in America are fraternity or sorority members.
All but two Presidents since 1825 have been fraternity or sorority members.
70% of the U.S. Presidents' cabinet members since 1900 have been fraternity or sorority
76% of U.S. Senators are fraternity or sorority members.
Both women appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court were sorority members.
Over 85% of the student leaders on 730 campuses are members of Greek-letter organizations.
Less than 2% of average college student expenses go towards membership dues.
A study by the University of Missouri found that Greeks throughout the US and Canada
are more involved on their campuses and rate their overall university experience
The same study found that fraternity or sorority members are more involved in their
communities; and give more generously to their alma maters.
Fraternity or sorority members form the largest network of volunteers in the U.S.-Nationally,
fraternity or sorority members volunteer approximately 10 million hours of community
Fraternity or sorority membership strongly encourages within its community to uphold
the ideals that they were founded on: sisterhood and brotherhood, scholarship, leadership,
philanthropy, and becoming better citizens of society.
Hazing is against National Fraternity or Sorority Headquarters policies. Nationally,
fraternity or sorority members are the largest and most visible value-based student