Research Findings

  • Fraternity members report higher levels of positive mental health and support
    As college students deal with more anxiety, depression and feelings of social isolation, a new report from the Postsecondary Education Research Center (PERC) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, found fraternity affiliated students report higher levels of positive mental health along with lower rates of depression and anxiety. “One of the […]
  • Research reaffirms fraternities’ positive impact for first-year students
    At a time when college students and campuses struggle to cope with impact from the coronavirus pandemic, a prominent higher education researcher finds fraternity and sorority members benefit from significantly more engagement than non-members. The study also shows greater gains in learning and more satisfaction with their college experiences. Dr. Gary […]