Fraternities and Sororities strive to continue challenging and learning new skills, regardless of their tenure in the chapter.
Hosted every semester by the Interfraternity, Panhellenic and National Pan-Hellenic Councils, Greek 101 provides an opportunity for new members to learn more about our entire fraternity and sorority community, along with the expectations placed upon them as a member of a fraternity or sorority at Bradley University. This entirely peer-facilitated workshop serves to educate new members, instill the shared values of our organizations, and develop trust and communication between members of different chapters and councils.
The Grand Chapter Accreditation and Awards Program is a chance for our chapters to evaluate their performance annually, compare themselves to the other chapters on campus, and make improvements for the future. At the end of the year, our community comes together to recognize the individuals and chapters who have excelled over the course of the previous year.
Part of the Grand Chapter Accreditation is creating different ways to educate and teach individual chapter membership on skills they need. This could be done through a program developed by the chapter, or it could be supporting another organization, office or department on campus by attending an event outside the fraternity and sorority community. This balance allows for a wide variety of educational opportunities throughout the year.