Statistically Speaking

For many Carnegie Mellon students, the beginning of the semester also marks the start of meetings, info sessions, and recruitment for various student activities and organizations. For those who participate in the Greek system, it marks the start of fall recruitment. This week, we look at the stats and figures concerning the impact of our sororities and fraternities:

The number of Greek organizations on campus that earned chapter QPAs above the university average: 10

The percentage of Greeks who were involved in other campus organizations: 68

The amount of money raised for local, national, and international charities by individual chapters: $41,781

The number of hours of community service contributed by fraternities and sororities: 9,781

The number of undergraduate students who are members of fraternities or sororities: 1,102

Source: Carnegie Mellon Office of Student Affairs