Greek Life  
OCUGreeks Make the Grades! And the Numbers Prove it.

OCU fraternity and sorority students gather on the porch of a greek house.Scholarship is an important aspect of any college organization, but OCU Greeks have taken their commitment to scholarship to the next level! Greek men and women have consistently outperformed their non-Greek cohorts in the classroom. Much of this success can be attributed to the scholastic programs of individual chapters and the heavy emphasis OCU Greeks place on academic achievement.

Let the numbers speak for themselves.

Greeks have made steady gains over the past 6 semesters, and lately due to intensified Greek-wide focus on scholarship, OCU Greeks have done substantially better than non-Greek students.

It Pay$ to be Greek!

Greek students who do well scholastically have been awarded scholarships by their own Inter/National organizations. Students interested in these scholarship opportunities should contact individual chapters for information.

A graph showing the grade point averages of greek vs. non-greek students by semester from 2005 to 2011. At the end of 2011, students involved in greek life have earned a GPA of about 0.1 higher than non-greek students.