Academics are very important to fraternities and sororities. Each chapter has academic expectations and a strategy to help members meet academic goals, whether it's study hours, study tables, study groups or other incentives.
Many chapters award scholarships annually to recognize students who have maintained exceptional grades and shown leadership in the chapter. In spring 2014, more than $125,000 in scholarships were awarded.
Each semester, the office of Fraternity & Sorority Life compiles grade information from each chapter to track progress. These reports are used to measure achievements and successes at a regional and national level.
Fraternities and sororities have consistently achieved higher grades than their peers at UI. View grade reports from years past.
- 2015 — Spring
- 2014 — Fall | Spring
- 2013 — Fall | Spring
- 2012 — Fall | Spring
- 2011 — Fall | Spring
- 2010 — Fall | Spring
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