Angelos - Winter 2017

Academic Success

2016-12-17 19:29:50

Academic Success From Coast To Coast Compiled By Shauna Prentice, Member Development And Education Manager From California to Florida and everywhere in between, Kappa Delta collegians are working hard to succeed in the place that matters most: the classroom. Members balance their academics with jobs, chapter activities, university involvement, internships, study abroad and so much more, and still succeed in making grades a priority. Their effort, combined with chapter programming and support, is paying off. For the spring 2016 semester, 103 chapters were above a 3.0 GPA with 110 chapters reporting. Of these, 82 chapters were above the all-women's average, while 63 chapters were above both the all-women's average and the all-sorority average. Eighteen chapters ranked first in GPA out of all National Panhellenic Conference groups on their campuses. Sixty-three chapters increased their GPA from the fall 2015 semester to the spring 2016 semester, and of these, 11 increased theirGPA.100rm 0re. GPAs 3.5 OR HIGHER Alpha Pi-William 8t Mary Alpha Psi-Drury Beta Alpha-Virginia Beta Chi-North Carolina Beta Zeta-South Carolina Epsilon Tau-Clemson Eta Chi-Elon Eta Theta-Villanova Gamma Epsilon-Florida Southern Lambda-Northwestern Omega Chi-Cornell Sigma Epsilon-Texas Sigma Omicron-Illinois Sigma Phi-Georgia Theta Beta-Washington/St. Louis* Zeta Iota-Saint Louis** Ranked first in GPA out of all NPC groups on campus ** Improved GPA 0.10 or more over previous semester Thank you to all who support Kappa Delta Foundation scholarships, which ease students' financial burden. GPAs 3. 4 - 3.4 9 Alpha Chi-Louisiana Tech Alpha Upsilon-Birmingham-Southern Beta Mu-Bowling Green State Beta Pi-Florida Delta Gamma-Western Kentucky Delta Omega-Mississippi State Epsilon Omega-Kentucky Epsilon-Louisiana State Eta Iota-Pace Eta Kappa-Northeastern Gamma Nu-Miami/Ohio Gamma Tau-Ripon Mu-Millsaps Nu-Oklahoma State Sigma Iota-Washington Sigma Kappa-Ohio State Theta Alpha-Quinnipiac Xi-Pittsburgh Zeta Omicron-Wake Forest Zeta Pi-Furman Zeta Tau-Washington & Lee Zeta Theta-New Jersey Zeta Xi-Rollins GPAs 3.3-3.39 Alpha Delta-Rhodes Alpha Epsilon-Tennessee/Knoxville Alpha Mu-Mississippi Alpha Nu-Wittenberg Beta Sigma-Southern Mississippi Beta Theta-Pennsylvania State Beta Upsilon-Susquehanna Delta Mu-Newberry Epsilon Epsilon-Appalachian State Epsilon Iota-Missouri Epsilon Omicron-Central Florida Eta Alpha-Texas A&M/College Station Eta Delta-Wright State Eta Gamma-John Carroll Eta Mu-Georgia College & State* Eta Nu-Sacred Heart Eta Upsilon-North Carolina State** Kappa Alpha-Florida State Pi-Nebraska Sigma Gamma-Kansas State Sigma Lambda-Auburn Sigma Pi-Albion Sigma Tau-Washington State Sigma Upsilon-Indiana Theta Delta-Dayton Zeta-Alabama Zeta Epsilon-Kansas Zeta Gamma-Arkansas Zeta Mu-Towson Zeta Psi-Valparaiso GPAs 3.2-3.29 Alpha Alpha-Michigan State Alpha Omicron-Queens/Charlotte Alpha Phi-Westminster Alpha Theta-Vermont Beta Epsilon-Tulsa Beta Rho-San Diego State Delta Beta-Eastern Illinois Delta Lambda-Georgia Southern Delta Omicron-Eastern Kentucky Delta Zeta-Louisiana/Monroe Eta Eta-Northern Kentucky Gamma Gamma-High Point Gamma Xi-Kentucky Wesleyan Sigma Psi-North Dakota State Theta Iota-North Dakota Zeta Alpha-Texas Tech Zeta Nu-Lynchburg Zeta Rho-San Diego GPAs 3.1-3.19 Alpha Kappa-Oregon State* Beta Delta-Utah State Delta Psi-West Georgia Gamma Omicron-Wayne State Gamma Psi-Delta State Omicron-Illinois Wesleyan Sigma Sigma-Iowa State Theta Nu-Purdue Zeta Chi-Idaho GPAs 3.O-3.O9 Alpha Sigma-New Hampshire Beta Psi-Arizona State Delta Iota-Murray State Gamma Beta-North Texas Gamma Upsilon-Texas A&M/Commerce Theta Epsilon-West Florida*** Theta Eta-Old Dominion

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