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Value of Fraternities

Membership in fraternities has a dramatically positive effect on persistence to graduation.

For every four women graduating from four year colleges, there are only three men. Men are going to college less with less frequency than in...

Fraternity organizations are focused on academic support and excellence.

On many campuses, average GPA for IFC fraternity men is constantly above the all-men’s average. Fraternities are places for young men to develop into...

Fraternities provide first-year students with a sense of community.

Research shows the stress of first-year students stems from a sense of loneliness. Fraternities provide first-year students with a sense of community.

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Statement on Indiana U. encouraging closure of fraternity facilities

The health and safety of members and the community is the top priority for fraternities at IU. Fraternities and housing corporations are...

New Pike Study: Fraternity and Sorority Members Significantly More Engaged, Satisfied

August 31, 2020 Indianapolis, IN—Long-time prominent higher education researcher Dr. Gary R. Pike of Indiana University recently presented conclusions...