FHSU Greek life fosters community involvement

Fort Hays State University’s Greek community, comprising of two sororities and four fraternities, accomplished more than 1,500 community service hours and raised more than $3,000 for local and national charities during the fall 2014 semester.

According to FHSU’s Greek Life Semester Report, more than 90 percent of fraternity and sorority members are involved in at least one other campus or community organization and 20 percent earned a place on the Dean’s Honor Roll for achieving a 3.6 or higher GPA.

The mission of the Greek community is to ensure that the members have a high-quality and safe undergraduate Greek experience through healthy involvement at the chapter, campus and community levels.

For more information about Greek life at FHSU, contact Jacob Ternes, coordinator for student involvement, at 785-628-4664.

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