The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is best known for basketball, but the fraternity/sorority community has a lot to brag about too. Home to 54 fraternity and sorority organizations, they are committed to high academic achievement and consistently report higher greek GPA scores compared to their non-greek counterparts.
The Gamma Alpha chapter of Gamma Sigma Alpha was chartered at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1995 and continues to be one of our largest chapters nationwide, initiating more than 150 students each year. Current membership is almost 400 members. How does the chapter recruit so many members? Tactics include:
- Current Gamma Sigma Alpha members visit chapter meetings to discuss the organization and encourage qualified members to apply
- Two new member scholarships are offered to Gamma Sigma Alpha initiates
- Membership selection is all completed online
In addition to recognizing academic achievement, the Gamma Sigma Alpha chapter at UNC at Chapel Hill also strives to complete 1-2 service projects each semester. For more information about UNC’s Fraternity/Sorority community, you can visit: www.greeks.unc.edu. Thanks for being a shining example for Gamma Sigma Alpha, keep up the great work!
Posted: July 22nd, 2009 in Chapter highlights | 2 Comments »