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Fraternity and Sorority Experience Survey     

The data collected and presented in the Fraternity and Sorority Experience Survey (FSES) summary report provides a perceptual overview of behaviors, their frequencies, and chapter cultures. The FSES provides customized insight about academic experiences, values, alcohol and drug use, social issues, bystander intervention, chapter operations, and community found in your institution’s fraternity and sorority experience. 

Benefits of Participation

Participating institutions can use the data to create chapter and council benchmarks as well as made critical decisions on where to focus programmatic and advising support to create healthier and safer chapters and communities. School consortia results identify an institution’s strengths and challenges. The strengths may then be studied in the creation of sound professional practice. 

Participating institutions receive:  

  • Full institutional data reports    

  • Benchmarking data by chapter, council, and school consortia     

  • Consultation services to assist in data use     

Financial Obligation

Contract pricing is based on the size of fraternity and sorority membership 

  • $1,500 small communities under 1,500 members 

  • $3,500 medium between 1501 and 3500 members 

  • $5,500 large communities 3501 and higher  

  • Campus consultation is an additional $1,000. Campuses receive 5 hours of coaching and consulting on data-use with campus stakeholders.

How to Participate

If you are interested in participating in the Fraternity and Sorority Experience Survey, please provide your information through our online form

Penn State Student Affairs
Piazza Center

University Park, PA 16802