Why We Still Support NC Delta

Why We Still Support NC DeltaSome Thoughts On Why We Still Give

NC Delta graciously thanks all of the Brothers who have given to our Annual Fund in the past, as well as this year. As a reminder, the Annual Fund runs from January 1 through December 31 each year, and supports the cost of alumni communications and events, house renovations, and Chapter resources on a yearly basis. There is still time to give so please, consider even a small gift as a way to show your support.

Have you ever asked yourself why you give? Is it part of your charitable routine? Do you believe in affording the next generation of young men the same experience you had with SC Delta? Whatever the case, we again, thank you. Here are some reasons we collected from past surveys of other Sigma Alpha Epsilon members from various Chapters around the country about why they have and continue to give back to our organization:

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August Photo Flashback

August Photo FlashbackRe-Visiting 1991 NC Delta

This month we are taking the photo time machine back to 1991 at UNC; a gallon of gas was $1.12, "Point Break" and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" premiered in theaters , The Gulf War ended with Operation: Desert Storm, Bryan Adams and Extreme were all over the radio, the Tar Heels went 7-4 and the airbag was invented...but where were YOU that year?

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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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