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Title: Nationally, 71% of all Greeks graduate, while only 50% of nonGreeks graduate.


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Nationally, 71 of all Greeks graduate, while
only 50 of non-Greeks graduate.
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The All Greek GPA is higher than the overall
collegiate GPA
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Since 1910, 85 of the Supreme Court Justices
have been Greek.
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85 of the Fortune 500 key executives are Greek.
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Of the nation's 50 largest corporations, 43 are
headed by Greeks
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76 of Who's Who in America are Greek.
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All but two Presidents since 1825 have been Greek.
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70 of the U.S. Presidents' cabinet members since
1900 have been Greek.
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76 of U.S. Senators are Greek.
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Both women elected to the U.S. Supreme Court were
sorority members.
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Over 85 of the student leaders on 730 campuses
are members of Greek-letter organizations
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Greeks donate to their Alma Mater, religious
groups and other charitable organizations
significantly more then their Non-Greek
counterparts do.
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40 of 47 U.S. Supreme Court Justices since 1910
were fraternity men.
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The Greek Community at Mizzou was founded in 1869.
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College graduates who belong to a sorority or
fraternity tend to be more financially successful
than other college graduates.
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Alpha Tau Omega was the first fraternity founded
as a national fraternity.
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Jesse, Pickard, Mumford, Jones, Lefevre and
Walter Williams Hall are all named after members
of Acacia Fraternity.
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Alpha Epsilon Pis Rock-A-Thon is the largest
single fraternity philanthropy in the nation
raising over 32,000 for the American Cancer
Society last year.
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The national Alpha Gamma Sigma Fraternity is
named after what was a local chapter at Mizzou.
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Alpha Kappa Lambda was the first national
fraternity founded on the west coast.
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Mizzous chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho won the 2006
Maynard Coe Efficiency Award to recognize the
most outstanding AGR Chapter from among the 67
Chapters nationwide.
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Beta Sigma Psi is a Lutheran Fraternity revolving
around the 3 Ss  Spiritual growth, Scholastic
achievement, and Social responsibility.
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D
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Mizzous Zeta Phi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi is the
first chapter in Beta Theta Pi history to
initiate over 3000 members.
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Delta Chi, in 1929, became the first fraternity
to officially abolish the hazing practices
associated with "hell week".
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Lee Hills Hall is named after Lee Hills, the
former chairman of Knight-Ridder newspapers and
Delta Sigma Phi alumni at Mizzou.
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Mizzous Gamma Kappa Chapter of Delta Tau Delta
raised over 3,000 for Cystic Fibrosis in 2006.
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Mizzous Delta Upsilon chapter was the
Sweepstakes Award Winner in 2006 given to the
best DU Chapter in North America.
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FarmHouse Fraternity is the only fraternity
originally founded at Mizzou.
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Mizzous Alpha Kappa of the Kappa Alpha Order has
had three Alumni serve as Knight Commander, which
is the highest national position.
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Mort Walker, the creator of Beetle Bailey, is an
alumni of Mizzous chapter of Kappa Sigma.
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President Harry Truman, a member of Mizzous
chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, is the only US
President to have been a fraternity member at
Mizzou.
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Mizzous Ralph Debbie Taylor - Phi Delta Theta
Baseball Stadium is the only Greek named,
Division 1 stadium in the country.
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Mizzous Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi, founded on
June 12, 1869, is not only the first Fraternity
founded at the University of Missouri, but at any
land grant institution and public university west
of the Mississippi River.
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Pope John Paul II was an honorary member of Phi
Kappa Theta.
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Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau
Omega, Kappa Alpha Order, and Sigma Phi Epsilon,
were all founded in Virginia and are known as the
"Virginia Circle".
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Nationally, Pi Kappa Alpha has more than 227,000
members and has maintained the largest average
chapter and pledge class size of any
international fraternity for most of the past 20
years.
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Pi Kappa Phi is currently Mizzous fastest
growing fraternity.
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SAE is North Americas largest social fraternity
with more than 280,000 initiated members.
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Brad Pitt is a Sigma Chi from Mizzou.
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Sigma Nus house is the oldest, consistently
operating chapter house at Mizzou.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon maintains the highest
first-year member retention rate, over 90, of
any national fraternity.
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Mizzous Sigma Pi Chapter was awarded the Grand
Chapter Award given to the top 25 out of over 130
Sigma Pi chapters in the nation.
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Sigma Tau Gamma was founded at Central Missouri
State and four of the five earliest chapters are
located in Missouri and Kansas.
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Ronald Regan is an alumni member of Tau Kappa
Epsilon.
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The North American Interfraternity Conference is
composed of 69 member fraternities, 28 of those
have chapters at Mizzou (26 from IFC and 2 from
NPHC).
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Alpha Chi Omega was originally establish as a
music fraternity and celebrates MacDowell Month
in February, honoring the fine arts.
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O
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Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society for
women.
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In 1902, Alpha Phi called the inter-sorority
meeting that resulted in the formation of the
association now known as the National Panhellenic
Conference.
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Chi Omega is the largest womens fraternal
organization in the Panhellenic Conference.
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D
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Mizzou members of Tri Delta travel to Memphis
each year to visit St. Judes Children Hospital,
their philanthropic beneficiary.
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Mizzous Delta Gamma chapter is the Mu Chapter,
standing for University of Missouri and
Margarethe Sheppard.
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Gamma Phi Beta was the first official "sorority"
in the country.
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Kappa Alpha Theta has been Mizzous top sorority
chapter in grades for every semester since 2000.
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Kappa Delta is the first sorority to establish a
national holiday, National Womens Friendship Day.
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Kappa Kappa Gamma was the first female Greek
letter fraternity at Mizzou.
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Phi Mu is the most recent addition our current
Panhellenic Chapters at Mizzou, but they actually
first came to campus in 1913 and left during
World War II to serve as nurses.
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Pi Beta Phi, founded in 1867, was the first
national secret college society of women to be
modeled after the Greek-letter fraternities of
men.
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Zeta Tau Alpha paired up with Yoplait to create
the Save Lids to Save Lives Campaign to benefit
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
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Mizzous Panhellenic Association is made up of 13
of 26 international/national womens
fraternities/sororities. A 14th chapter will be
here soon!
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The National Pan-Hellenic Council consists of
The Divine Nine, nine historically African
American fraternities and sororities focused on
civic endeavors and community service.
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Many prominent African Americans have been
members of NPHC organizations. The list is long,
but includes Jesse Jackson, George Washington
Carver, W.E.B. Dubois, and Maya Angelou.
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National Pan-Hellenic Council participates in
membership intake, in which prospective members
research the organizations and select one to
pursue in hopes of becoming a member.
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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. holds the
position as the first intercollegiate
Greek-letter fraternity in the United States
established for people of African descent. The
fraternity was established December 4, 1906.
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In the 1950s, as black Greek-letter organizations
began the tradition of step shows, Kappa Alpha
Psi fraternity began using the "Kappa Kane" in
what it termed "cane stepping."
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Omega Psi Phi fraternity is the first black
national fraternal organization to be founded at
a historically black college. They were founded
November 17, 1911 at Howard University.
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Mizzous Eta Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma
Fraternity, Inc. was awarded as the number two
chapter in the nation in 2005.
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Mizzous Epsilon Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
was chartered on May 21, 1966 when twelve women
The D-Dynamic Delta Dozen were initiated into
the sorority.
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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. helped in the
founding of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and
share the colors Blue and White. Over eighty
years have passed since the Blue and White family
inception, the connection between Zeta Phi Beta
and Phi Beta Sigma is still strong and very
visible in their support of each other.
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Zeta Phi Betas founders, called the Five
Pearls, believed that the sorority was more than
an organization, but a movement, a belief system
that reflected the desire to provide true
Service, embrace Scholarship, set a standard for
Sisterly Love and define the noble concept of
Finer Womanhood.
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The Multicultural Greek Council was founded at
Mizzou on April 12th, 2006, becoming one of four
councils making up the Greek Community.
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Alpha Phi Gamma is the first Asian-American
Interest Sorority.
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Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. is the
first Latina based multicultural sorority.
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Mizzou has one of the nations largest Greek
communities. University of Illinois claims to
have the largest Greek community, however, 6,600
of their 30,935 undergraduates are Greek, about
21, while Mizzou boasts approximately 5,000
Greek students out of 21,551 undergraduates,
about 23.
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FIND YOUR FOUNDATION
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"Fraternities and Sororities symbolize all that
we wish to accomplish in our lives. They
represent the struggles we all face as we grow.
Why we cling to them no one can explain, but in
the end, we are all stronger for it."
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