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2021 Rock Chapters

Beta Beta (DePauw)

The 2021 recognition marks Beta Beta Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 17 collegiate members with a collective 3.58 GPA. 93% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 65% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members averaged 42 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I, II, III, IV, and All Chapter; as well as Pursuit of Excellence awards for Values-Based Leadership and Personal Development & Membership Value.

Beta Theta (Auburn)

The 2021 recognition marks Beta Theta Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 194 collegiate members with a collective 3.38 GPA. 85% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 15% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $23,000 for charitable causes and averaged 19 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in All Chapter LEAD, Manpower Award for membership above 100 men, and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership and Operational Excellence.

Delta Epsilon (Oklahoma)

The 2021 recognition marks Delta Epsilon Chapter’s first Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 133 collegiate members with a collective 3.70 GPA. 95% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 10% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members averaged 12 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I and All Chapter, as well as Pursuit of Excellence awards for Personal Development & Membership Value and Operational Excellence.

Epsilon Mu (Butler)

The 2021 recognition marks Epsilon Mu Chapter’s seventh consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 114 collegiate members with a collective 3.66 GPA. 96% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 42% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $1,611 for charitable causes and averaged 29 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I and All Chapter, as well as Pursuit of Excellence awards for Personal Development & Membership Value and Operational Excellence.

Epsilon Pi (UCLA)

The 2021 recognition marks Epsilon Pi Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award, and third overall. The Chapter comprises 109 collegiate members. 83% of members are

involved in other campus organizations, with 14% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $12,429 for charitable causes and averaged 8 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included the Pursuit of Excellence award for Operational Excellence.

Epsilon Xi (Mississippi)

The 2021 recognition marks Epsilon Xi Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 189 collegiate members with a collective 3.54 GPA. 78% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 18% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $184,950 for charitable causes and averaged 8 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included the Philanthropic Contribution Award for highest per man dollars contributed in 2020-2021; as well as Pursuit of Excellence awards for Personal Development & Membership Value and Operational Excellence.

Eta Phi (Cal State LA)

The 2021 recognition marks Eta Phi Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 52 collegiate members. 85% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 10% holding leadership positions in those organizations. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I, II, and IV; Innovation in LEAD; LEAD Committee of the Year; as well as a Pursuit of Excellence award for Personal Development & Membership Value.

Gamma Delta (Stevens)

The 2021 recognition marks Gamma Delta Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 42 collegiate members with a collective 3.85 GPA. 76% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 31% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $6,018 for charitable causes and averaged 8 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recognized by its campus with awards for New Member and Fraternity Member of the Year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included recognition for the top GPA in its local IFC for Fall 2020, The Bronze Cup for the 2nd highest GPA in Sigma Nu for the 2020 calendar year, and a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Operational Excellence.

Gamma Iota (Kentucky)

The 2021 recognition marks Gamma Iota Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 127 collegiate members with a collective 3.57 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 9% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $19,756 for charitable causes and averaged 11 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recognized by its campus with awards for Executive Member and President of the Year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Operational Excellence.

Gamma Mu (Illinois)

The 2021 recognition marks Gamma Mu Chapter’s fourth consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 94 collegiate members with a collective 3.56 GPA. 83% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 23% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members averaged 15 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recognized by its campus with awards for Fraternity Man of the Month and COVID-19 Response Plan. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phase I, and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Excellence in Values-Based Leadership and Personal Development & Membership Value.

Gamma Tau (Minnesota)

The 2021 recognition marks Gamma Tau Chapter’s ninth consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 86 collegiate members with a collective 3.66 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 7% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $16,021 for charitable causes and averaged 11 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Top GPA in their IFC for Spring 2020 and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Personal Development & Membership Value and Operational Excellence.

Kappa Lambda (Akron)

The 2021 recognition marks Kappa Lambda Chapter’s first Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 24 collegiate members with a collective 3.23 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 47% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $6,781 for charitable causes and averaged 17 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recently recognized with campus awards for academics, alumni outreach, and outstanding leadership. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Values-Based Leadership.

Lambda Epsilon (Texas Christian)

The 2021 recognition marks Lambda Epsilon Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 143 collegiate members with a collective 3.66 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 35% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $19,750 for charitable causes and averaged 15 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included an Innovation in LEAD award and a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Values-Based Leadership.

Mu (Georgia)

The 2021 recognition marks Mu Chapter’s seventh consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 149 collegiate members with a collective 3.60 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 37% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $12,218 for charitable causes and averaged 16 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in All Chapter and LEAD Phase I; and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership, Personal Development & Membership Value, and

Operational Excellence. Mu Chapter was also recognized by the North American Interfraternity Conference (trade association of 60+ fraternal organizations) with the Chapter Award of Distinction for 2021, designating them as a top chapter nationwide among all fraternities.

Mu Kappa (Southeast Missouri State)

The 2021 recognition marks Mu Kappa Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 88 collegiate members with a collective 3.43 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 25% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $5,726 for charitable causes and averaged 14 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recently honored with campus awards for academic achievement and membership development. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I, II, III, IV, and All Chapter; an Innovation in LEAD award; LEAD Chairman (Evan Armstrong) and Chapter of the Year; Man of the Year (Justin Jacobs); Top GPA in their local IFC for Spring 2020; and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership, Personal Development & Membership Value, and Operational Excellence. Mu Kappa Chapter Advisor Christopher Foeste was also recognized by the North American Interfraternity Conference (trade association for 60+ fraternal organizations) with the Advisor Award of Distinction for 2021.

Mu Pi (Jefferson)

The 2021 recognition marks Mu Pi Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 25 collegiate members. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 58% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $2,273 for charitable causes and averaged 12 hours of community service over the past year. The Chapter was recently recognized by its campus with awards for fitness and wellness. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership, Personal Development & Membership Value, and Operational Excellence.

Nu (Kansas)

The 2021 recognition marks Nu Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 100 collegiate members with a collective 3.62 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 22% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members averaged 6 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phase I and a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Operational Excellence.

Nu Delta (High Point)

The 2021 recognition marks Nu Delta Chapter’s first Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 85 collegiate members with a collective 3.53 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 70% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $23,000 for charitable causes and averaged 17 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021

included Excellence in LEAD Phase I; Top GPA in their local IFC for Spring 2020; and Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership, Personal Development & Membership Value, and Operational Excellence.

Theta (Alabama)

The 2021 recognition marks Theta Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 134 collegiate members with a collective 3.55 GPA. 96% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 8% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $3,203 for charitable causes and averaged 5 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I, II, and III, as well as a Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Operational Excellence.

Theta Sigma (Missouri State)

The 2021 recognition marks Theta Sigma Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 63 collegiate members with a collective 3.42 GPA. 89% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 12% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $4,347 for charitable causes and averaged 13 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included a Pursuit of Excellence Program awards for Values-Based Leadership.

Zeta Upsilon (Arizona State)

The 2021 recognition marks Zeta Upsilon Chapter’s second consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 106 collegiate members with a collective 3.52 GPA. 90% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 15% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $19,450 for charitable causes and averaged 13 hours of community service over the past year. Zeta Upsilon Chapter was recently recognized as ASU’s IFC Chapter of the Year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phase I; Innovation in LEAD; and a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Values-Based Leadership.

Zeta Xi (UC Davis)

The 2021 recognition marks Zeta Xi Chapter’s third consecutive Rock Chapter Award. The Chapter comprises 78 collegiate members with a collective 3.55 GPA. 73% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 15% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members raised $2,263 for charitable causes and averaged 10 hours of community service over the past year. Zeta Xi Chapter was recently recognized by its campus as IFC Chapter of the Year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I, III, and All Chapter; Top GPA in their local IFC for Fall 2020; and a Pursuit of Excellence Program award for Personal Development & Membership Value.

2021 Most Improved Chapters

Epsilon Theta (MIT)

The Epsilon Theta Chapter comprises 40 collegiate members with a collective 3.72 GPA (on a 4.0 scale). 89% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 39% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members contributed $5,565 to charitable causes and averaged 16 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phase I and a Pursuit of Excellence award for Operational Excellence.

Eta Mu (A) (Kettering)

The Eta Mu (A) Chapter comprises 20 collegiate members with a collective 3.41 GPA. 100% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 33% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members contributed $3,495 to charitable causes and averaged 14 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phase I and Pursuit of Excellence awards for Values-Based Leadership and Personal Development & Membership Value.

Theta Gamma (Southern Mississippi)

The Theta Gamma Chapter comprises 46 collegiate members with a collective 3.62 GPA. 96% of members are involved in other campus organizations, with 31% holding leadership positions in those organizations. Members contributed $11,103 to charitable causes and averaged 16 hours of community service over the past year. General Fraternity recognitions for 2020-2021 included Excellence in LEAD Phases I and All Chapter; Top GPA in their local IFC for Fall 2020; and Pursuit of Excellence awards for Values-Based Leadership and Personal Development & Membership Value.

 

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