“Fraternity and sorority members are more likely than all other college graduates to be thriving in each of the five elements of well-being (purpose, social, financial, community, and physical).”
“More fraternity and sorority members report that they have started a business than all other college graduates (28% vs. 23%).”
These findings, and many others like them, were found during a survey from Gallup, conducted with the National Panhellinic Conference and the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
This survey provides insight into the many benefits of joining a greek organization. Members, volunteers and parents are encouraged to read the survey results to understand the benefits, which are more often than not, occurring after the undergraduate experience is completed.