Our Greek students have built an especially strong campus culture. They've earned national recognition by the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values for academic achievement, public relations, self-governance and judicial affairs.
That's why nearly 20 percent of NWU students are involved in Nebraska Wesleyan's Greek system.
Our six chapters—three sororities and three fraternities—come together to form one strong community of some of the most effective leaders, highest achieving students, passionate community activists and best friends you'll meet.
Benefits of Going Greek
Choosing to become involved in NWU's Greek system brings valuable benefits. As a whole, Nebraska Wesleyan's Greek members:
- Earn higher GPAs.
- Are more involved on campus and in the community.
- Are more likely to graduate.
- Hold many executive leadership positions in campus organizations.
- Express higher satisfaction with their college experience.
Then there are benefits that aren't so easy to measure. Greek involvement will help you:
- Meet tons of friends.
- Become a stronger leader.
- Make a difference in your community.
- Grow as a student and person.
Greek Life and Academics
NWU's Greeks take their classes and grades seriously.
- The all-Greek GPA is consistently above the all-student GPA at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
- For the past three years, Greek life GPA’s have been higher than the All-Students average. See academic performance by chapter.
- Each chapter sets a minimum grade point average requirement for membership.
Fraternity and sorority membership offers many options to help new members transition academically from high school to college.
- Study hours
- Peer mentors
- Chapter scholarships
- Scholar of the Month Awards
- Panhellenic Council and Interfraternity Council Scholarships
- Order of Omega Greek Academic Honorary
Greek Leadership and Involvement
The Greek community develops advanced leadership skills within its members and provides opportunities to put those skills into action on campus and in the Lincoln community.
Greek members have numerous opportunities to serve in leadership positions in their chapter, within the governing councils, Interfraternity Council (IFC) and Panhellenic Council (PHC), and participate in conferences, workshops, or other educational experiences here at NWU and across the country.
Philanthropy and Community Service
Giving back through community service and philanthropy projects is a vital aspect of each fraternity and sorority member's experience. Each member is required to complete a number of community service hours set by each chapter.
- Greek members complete more than 6,500 hours of service each year.
- Chapters raised over $60,000 for various organizations including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Serious Fun Network, the American Cancer Society and Lincoln's Friendship Home.
- The Greek community donated 1,592 pounds of food to the alumni-directed Food Bank of Lincoln.
- NWU's fraternities and sororities raise approximately $20,000 each year for Relay for Life.
- Greek organizations also fundraise to provide their members with academic scholarships.