Students considering joining a Greek organization is college should expect to learn about leadership, connection and belonging to a group.
Being involved in greek life is a great way to learn a lot about yourself and meet life long friends, said Justine Grace, a TCU alumna, who was Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment her senior year.
“Greeks are connected because you have a lot of people who are involved,” she said.
Grace said greek life is a great way to learn a lot about yourself and meet life long friends.
The Greek Community has 39 fraternities and sororities.
There is a new leadership seminar and it will be mandatory for fraternity rush next year.
The program, which is still being developed and subject to TCU approval, is meant to help first-year students in fraternities develop leadership skills and build character.
“Fraternities should bring out the best in people,” Grace said. “Students are usually more involved and they can speak to a higher standard, and [they] know how to manage time and how to be a respected, compassionate leader.”