The Sorority Life
As sorority women we value leadership, scholarship, friendship and service. As a member, women can hold leaderships roles or be on committees within their chapter, providing them with unique opportunities to learn and grow as a leader.
Scholastically, at the end of the Fall 2012 semester, Alpha Chi Omega had a cumulative GPA of 3.398, Delta Gamma's was 3.261, and Pi Beta Phi's was 3.129.
Sorority women also contribute time to philanthropies. Alpha Chi Omega focuses on domestic violence and members volunteer weekly at a local women's shelter. Delta Gamma's national philanthropy is Service for Sight and they hold an annual Anchor Splash where, in 2011, all proceeds were donated to the Northwest Association for Blind Athletes. Pi Beta Phi focuses on literacy and their national organization donates to organizations targeted at improving literacy under The Literacy Fund through Pi Beta Phi Foundation.
For more information about sorority life and if it is for you, you can visit the National Panhellenic Conference website here: http://www.thesororitylife.com/
Taken from: http://www.willamette.edu/dept/osa/greek/grade_reports/fall_2012/index.html; http://www.willamette.edu/dept/osa/greek/community/sororities/dg/index.html; https://www.pibetaphi.org/pibetaphi/PBP/Chapters/chapter.aspx?id=13243