Theta Sigma Chapter Aids University in Greek Life New Member Education


At the start of winter break, many Greek student leaders came together to reform the Greek 101 New Member Orientation Program. With much success, those students, including several Theta Sigma brothers, developed a three-component program to better address the mission of the orientation program.

Theta Sigma’s leadership not only proactively helped reshape the new program, but with their help, 100 percent of their spring new members were successful in completing the orientation program! “Our university is proud and pleased with the chapter’s focus on new member development,” said Director of Student Life & Development, Brett Waterfield. “We hope Pi Kappa Phi new members use the knowledge and experiences from the Greek 101 program to help improve Greek Life and future new members to come.”

The Greek community unanimously agreed that all new members should connect with their peers, understand the benefits of joining Greek Life, be educated in risk management topics and be aware of on-campus resources that aid in their academic development. The Greater Fraternity is proud of Theta Sigma for their role in making member education a priority and working with the university and other Greek organizations to improve their orientation program.