Students with membership in a fraternity or sorority are more likely to complete college.
- College graduates who were members of a fraternity or sorority tend to be more financially successful than those graduates not in Greek organizations.
- Colleges receive more donations - and in greater amounts - from sorority and fraternity alumni.
- Sorority and fraternity members participate in more campus activities and in more community service after college than others.
- The first fraternity was founded in 1825 at Union College, Schenectady, NY.
- The first sorority was founded in 1851 at Wesleyan College, Macon, GA.
- Seventeen of the last twenty-five US Presidents have been members of fraternities.
- Both female members of the US Supreme Court are members of sororities. Greeks, nationally, complete over 10 million hours of volunteer service annually.
Utica CollegeUtica College defines hazing to include any action that intentionally or recklessly causes or poses a substantial risk of harm to the mental or physical health or safety of one or more persons. Violations of this policy will result in referral to Judicial Affairs and possible disciplinary actions.
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For more information or if you would like to report a hazing incident please contact Fran Lucia in the Office of Student Living and College Engagement at 315-792-3037.
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