Fraternity and Sorority Academic Reports

In 2019-2020, fraternity men and sorority women donated over 18,000 hours of community service to over 150 local and national non-profit agencies. In addition, the fraternity and sorority community raised more than $68,000 for local, national and international charities.

Providing opportunities for personal development is a fundamental principle of fraternity and sorority membership. Fraternities and sororities offer a wide range of programming for members to learn and grow both as a member and as a student at Valparaiso University.  The following is a listing of the over 300 educational programs offered by the chapters in 2019-2020.

  • Academic and Scholarship
  • Alcohol and Other Drug
  • Brother and Sisterhood Development
  • Career Development
  • Chapter Development
  • Diversity Education
  • Financial Education
  • Hazing
  • Leadership Development
  • Personal Development
  • Sexual Assault Education
  • Recruitment
  • Risk Management
  • Ritual Education
  • Values
  • Wellness

“Students should join a fraternity or sorority at Valpo because it truly is a unique and valuable experience. Every day, members have the opportunity to shatter the stereotypes of fraternities and sororities and be part of an organization that will make them better people.” Kyle Brown, Sigma Phi Epsilon – Brookfield, Ill., meteorology

“The most impactful experience I have had as a sorority woman is mentoring new members and helping them become some of the greatest leaders in my sorority. Fraternity and sorority life provides a growing and learning experience for people of all kinds!” Brittany Thurston, Kappa Delta – Fort Wayne, Ind., pre-med