Greek Life Continues to Grow and Give Back...Here's Why

Greek Life Continues to Grow and Give Back...Here's WhyWhat Do We Take With Us After Graduation?

Recently, the North-American Interfraternity Conference and National Panhellenic Conference partnered with Gallup to conduct research on the well-being of fraternity and sorority members. These Greek society governing bodies wanted to really know if their members were actually better off after college graduation because of their Greek experiences. And to no surprise, it showed they were. The results showed that respondents who were a part of Greek life in college scored higher in overall well-being, workplace engagement, collegiate support, experiential learning and alumni attachment compared to those not involved in Greek life. However, the success of sorority and fraternity members is not just demonstrated in that poll.

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Share Your NC Delta Stories

Share Your NC Delta StoriesWe Know There are Some Great Stories Out There

It's been awhile since we have seen an influx of alumni updates on our website. With so many brothers in our database from every decade, we know that there are some great stories and memories floating around out there. Here is another chance to capture these memories forever in our archives. We have four questions here for you to answer and send back. No answer is too long or too short, we just want to hear from you. You can either submit you answers on the website or send them directly to our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and they will be considered for future publications. Photos are always encouraged as well! Consider these four questions and get back to us.

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57% of NC Delta Alumni Have Lost Touch

57% of NC Delta Alumni Have Lost TouchHelp Get These Brothers Reconnected

How would you feel if you were left out of the loop when it comes to NC Delta?

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