Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Jennifer L. Sipes
The purpose of this study was to investigate if affiliated students are more academically successful and better retained compared to their nonaffiliated counterparts. Utilizing data given to me by the Committee on Retention Efforts (CORE), I found that affiliated students were more academically successfully and better retained than their nonaffiliated counterparts. Additionally, I found that affiliated women were more academically successful and better retained than their affiliated male and nonaffiliated counterparts. The title of my thesis is "Does Being Greek Work?," and my findings indicate that being Greek does in fact work.
Jones, Jade C. W., "Does Being Greek Work?: An Analysis of the Effect of Greek Affiliation on Grade Point Average and Retention" (2017). Masters Theses. 2714.
Counseling and Student Development