Since 1999, GreekYearbook has been a leader in Fraternity & Sorority Composite, Bid Day and event photography. Built by Greeks, our team understands the importance of keeping traditions alive and are committed to creating high-quality products for thousands of organizations each year. From formals to philanthropies, and of course, Composites and Bid Day, GreekYearbook is here to capture those moments and ensure your legacy continues.
Most of our staff are former Greeks, so we also get that you have a lot on your plate. As a fraternity member, you’re balancing school work, a social life, professional pursuits and on top of it all, your fraternal duties. You may even decide to hold a leadership position, which can feel like a full-time job in its own right. While it can be challenging, the experience offers opportunities for growth and development of interpersonal skills. It’s actually one of the most valuable competencies you can take with you into the “real world.” Want Proof? Did you know that at least 20 former United States Presidents were in a Fraternity?
Here are a few of the most notable:
- Thomas Jefferson: The Flat Hat Club (a secret society at the College of William & Mary)
- Theodore Roosevelt: Delta Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Delta Phi/
- John F. Kennedy: Phi Kappa Epsilon
- Ronald Reagan: Tau Kappa Epsilon
- Bill Clinton: Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Beta Sigma (honorary member)
- George W. Bush & George H. W. Bush: Delta Kappa Epsilon
So don’t forget to take a step back to appreciate your hard work. Much like our former Presidents, your leadership, service, and brotherhood are worth celebrating. It’s not just four years, it’s for life.
Our goal at GreekYearbook is to support Greek Life by commemorating the important moments in an organization. A Composite is not only an important tradition, but it’s also an opportunity to create something that visually represents how far the chapter has come. It’s a chance for the organization to bask in their accomplishments, remember the members that came before them, and leave a legacy cemented in history for years to come.