It is no accident that 1 in 4 IU undergraduates finds their home in a greek organization on campus. Our members boast unique social experiences, incredibly high GPAs, and a deeper connection to the campus and local community. Explore the supporting data and research below.
51% of Greek members were likely to have a job waiting for them within 2 months of graduation
compared to only 36% of non-affiliated alumni.
83% of members indicate stronger leadership confidence because of their fraternity experience
As a result of training, education, and development.
24% of Greek members say that they were extremely active in extracurricular activities and organizations
compared to only 8% of students not in a fraternity
64% of members say they held a leadership position in their organization
nearly half of fraternity members say they also held leadership roles in other campus organizations.
65% of Greek alumni would rate their university as a 9/10 or 10/10
compared to only 43% of non-affiliated alumni who would do the same.
54% of Greek alumni say they have donated to their alma matter in the last year
compared to only 10% of non-affiliated alumni.
Involvement in the Local Community
Greek students self-reported strong agreement with the statement “I feel like an important member of my local community” at statistically significant higher levels than non-Greek students.
Support from Faculty & Administrators
Fraternity and sorority members reported significantly higher levels of student interaction with faculty members.
Volunteer and Service
Fraternity and sorority members scored statistically significantly higher on “I often spend my time volunteering, mentoring, or doing other types of service work” when surveyed compared to non affiliated members.
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Nearly 80% of fraternity men report “good to excellent mental health and wellbeing” and when members seek help, they are twice as likely to turn to a brother than anyone else.
28% of Greek alumni rate their present lives a 10 on a 1-10 scale which is 22 percentage higher than the only 6% of non-affiliated alumni who would do the same.
Diversity & Inclusion
Fraternity and sorority members reported higher levels of interaction with people different from themselves than did other non affiliated students.