National Fraternity and Sorority Scorecard
The National Fraternity and Sorority Scorecard aggregates data across member institutions to give a clearer picture of how chapters are performing on key indicators at the national level. The scorecard gives institutions the information they need to benchmark their local chapters against the national landscape as well as have meaningful and constructive dialogues with national organizations.
Benefits of Participation
Participating institutions receive the following benefits:
Inclusion in the scorecard (aggregate results published in a public annual report)
Input on future iterations of the scorecard
Acknowledgment on the Piazza Center website
Free scorecard consultation
There is no financial cost to participating institution. This project is funded by generous support from a Penn State endowment and private donors.
How to Participate
Your institution can participate in the National Scorecard now. Provide your institution's data through our online data collection form.
- List of Participating Institutions
- Ashland University
- Ball State University
- Carroll University
- Clemson University
- Colorado State University
- Columbia University in the City of New York
- Cornell University
- Drexel University
- Duke University
- Duquesne University
- Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott
- Fort Hays State University
- Indiana State University
- Iowa State University
- Lawrence Technological University
- Lehigh University
- Linfield College
- Michigan State University
- Mississippi State University
- Northern Illinois University
- Ohio University
- Oregon State
- Penn State University Park
- Penn State Altoona
- Penn State Harrisburg
- Penn State Behrend
- Purdue University
- Robert Morris University
- Sacred Heart University
- Saint Louis University
- Southern Illinois University
- Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
- Stockton University
- Susquehanna University
- Texas A&M University
- Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
- Texas State University
- The College of New Jersey
- The University of Arizona
- The University of Oklahoma
- The University of Tampa
- University of Delaware
- University of Iowa
- University of Maine
- University of Missouri
- University of Mount Union
- University of New Mexico
- University of North Carolina Greensboro
- University of North Dakota
- University of North Texas
- University of Northern Iowa
- University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh
- University of Rhode Island
- University of South Dakota
- University of Toledo
- University of Vermont
- Utah State University
- Valparaiso University
- Washburn University
- West Virginia University
This list is not comprehensive, because some institutions opted not to be listed on the website.
- List of Frequently Asked Questions
What is the intent of this report?
The National Fraternity and Sorority Scorecard is a research-based exploratory study of activities for Greek-letter organizations. The report will provide the Piazza Center with a national picture of the state of fraternities and sororities across the country. The report will include grade point averages, philanthropy dollars, service hours, and organizational conduct aggregated by public and private institutions as well as by institutional size by Carnegie classification. No campus or local chapter-specific data will be shared. The Piazza Center will aggregate information by national Greek-letter organizations when enough campuses participate. The goal of this report is to collect, compare, and analyze these data to help identify best practices that advance student safety and the overall student experience.
Can the report help reform fraternities and sororities?
The scorecard is the first research-based exploratory study of activities for Greek-letter organizations and their national headquarters, giving us a national indication of the state of fraternities and sororities across campuses in the U.S. This scorecard is not only a step to add a layer of accountability, but also a way to inform parents and potential fraternity and sorority members of national organization behavior and accomplishments. Over time, this scorecard may reveal patterns and data that can be studied to identify effective policies and best practices for campuses as well as headquarters.
Can my institution join the project at any time?
Yes, campuses can participate at any time. The Piazza Center accepts data on a rolling basis. The scorecard will be issued on an annual basis and it is important that as many schools as possible participate. Contact the Piazza Center for questions on which terms of data are currently being collected.
What if we don’t have all of our data?
The Piazza Center will accept partial information. Our staff will work with your campus to assist in collecting the data that is currently available and then to add missing data at a later date.
Can your institution stay anonymous?
Yes. Your institution’s data is always confidential as the data are aggregated. No individual school or chapter will be singled out. If your institution would like to remain anonymous, the Piazza Center will not include your institution on the list of participating campuses.