Questions you should ask during recruitment:

  • Why do you want to join a Greek Organization? If it is to party and re-create scenes from Old School or Animal House, then please rethink your priorities.
  • What makes your chapter unique? How long has your organization been on campus?
  • What kinds of time-obligations are there if I choose to become a new member—both during my new member period and after?
  • What is the GPA for the most recent new-member class in the chapter? What is the GPA of the chapter?
  • Do all members participate equally in community service?
  • Does the chapter disclose the contents of its new member education program?
  • What percentage of the members are involved in other student organizations on campus?
  • Do you know the financial requirements for membership?
  • What alumni/alumnae connections are available through the organization?
  • What are some things the chapter does well? What does the chapter need to improve on?
  • What are some of the things your chapter has planned for this year?
  • What new ideas does your chapter have for this term? How about this year?Questions you should ask during recruitment:
  • Why do you want to join a Greek Organization? If it is to party and re-create scenes from Old School or Animal House, then please rethink your priorities.
  • What makes your chapter unique? How long has your organization been on campus?
  • What kinds of time-obligations are there if I choose to become a new member—both during my new member period and after?
  • What is the GPA for the most recent new-member class in the chapter? What is the GPA of the chapter?
  • Do all members participate equally in community service?
  • Does the chapter disclose the contents of its new member education program?
  • What percentage of the members are involved in other student organizations on campus?
  • Do you know the financial requirements for membership?
  • What alumni/alumnae connections are available through the organization?
  • What are some things the chapter does well? What does the chapter need to improve on?
  • What are some of the things your chapter has planned for this year?
  • What new ideas does your chapter have for this term? How about this year?
  • Do you have any notable alumni/alumnae? From this chapter?
 

Fast Facts About Greeks

  • All but three US Presidents since 1825 have been Greek.
  • 85% of Fortune 500 executives are Greek.
  • Nationally, 71% of Greeks graduate, while only 50% on non-Greeks graduate (Here at Kettering it’s 77% Greeks compared to only 54% non-Greeks).
  • All of the Apollo 11 Astronauts were Greek.
  • As Undergraduates, Greeks raise approximately $8 million per year for charities.
  • As Undergraduates, Greeks give approximately 900,000 volunteer hours per year.
  • With all this power to impact the world around us it may seem surprising that only 2% of the U.S. population are members of Greek organizations.