By Beverly Farmer, Director of Student Activities
All sorority members strive for good scholarship, which results in many sorority women achieving higher GPAs than the campus all-women’s average.
The official fall 2010 grades for the SFA Greek system were released this spring. The SFA All-Sorority-Women average cumulative GPA was a 2.96, as compared to the All-University-Women average GPA of 2.90.
Leading all Greeks in grades were:
- Phi Theta Gamma, 3.21
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., 3.19
- Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority Inc, 3.09
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., 3.04
- Chi Omega, 3.04
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., 3.00
- Delta Zeta, 2.99
The remaining seven sororities at SFA are within nine-tenths of a point of being at the All-University-Women GPA.
Most sororities accomplish the higher grades by providing study hall time for their members. They also provide study skill workshops and provide help for struggling sisters. By joining a sorority, a student will receive encouragement from their peers to make the best grades they possibly can each and every semester.