Excerpts from this page are taken from the Drake Greek Life Webpage – found via Drake.edu.
Joining the fraternity/sorority community at Drake University is an important decision for your student, and one you need to be comfortable with as well. If your student joins a chapter, he or she will be part of a 900+ self-governing community which provides opportunities for both personal and professional development and strives for academic excellence. (The all-greek GPA is consistanty higher than the all-university GPA!) Is your student looking for leadershipopportunities? We have over 150 in the sorority/fraternity alone. The opportunities available through Greek membership will lead your student to a bright and successful future.
The undergraduate members at Drake pride themselves on the individual personality and positive traditions of each fraternity and sorority on campus. Our community offers a rich and rewarding experience for its members. In addition, fraternities and sororities have contributed substantially to campus life, local community service, and the educational mission of the University.
The Panhellenic and Intrafraternity Councils are comprised of members from each sorority or fraternity, and they are both resources and governing bodies for the Greek living units. Insights into policies can be found in the Standards and Rubrics used by the Greek houses:
- Risk Policy
- Community Standards Report 2012
- CSR Rubric 2012
- Drake Greek Life ~ Spring 2015 Grade Report
“For many of Drake’s graduates who assume leadership roles in their careers and communities, an important part of their preparation began through committee and officer positions in their sorority or fraternity chapters.”
-David Maxwell, President Emeritus, Drake University
For more information about Greek Life at Drake University, see the FAQs from the Drake University Website – Select this link to be redirected