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Are you wondering if Greek life is for you?  Then keep this in mind - Greeks are leaders. Leaders on campus, in business, and in their communities.  Consider the following:

Top 10 Facts about Greek Life

  1. We are smart! On average, the all sorority and fraternity GPA consistently matches and often well exceeds the all women's, men's, and campus averages.

  2. We are diverse! Fraternities and sororities represent the rich diversity of the campus population 
    (The Iota Gamma Chapter is the most diverse sorority at CSUDH)

  3. We are responsible! Members who make commitments to themselves and their chapters prove to be among the most well respected students.

  4. We help others! Greek organizations are recognized for their philanthropic work.

  5. We are leaders!  Greek women and men are involved in campus activities, are often the most visible campus leaders, and the most enthusiastic at University events.

  6. We DO NOT haze!!!  Hazing is illegal. CSUDH enforces both the state and federal laws.
    (Phi Sigma Sigma has a strict no hazing policy - you will not be hazed!!!!)

  7. We are affordable!  Greek life is an investment in your future. The chapter will help members to plan, budget, fundraise to afford to participate in Greek Life.

  8. We are not rich!  Greek members are not wealthy. Women and men in sororities and fraternities maintain jobs and internships.  Many receive financial aid and scholarships to help finance their college education.

  9. We network!  Greeks are afforded networking opportunities through alumni for job assistance and advice, internship exposure, and general direction when entering the work force.

  10. We have FUN!!  Greeks have tons of fun!!!! Greeks maintain a balance between the classroom and personal time.  Events such as Formal dances, retreats, sisterhood brotherhood activities are just a few of the fun events planned.

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