Members of the fraternity & sorority community at the University of Michigan recognize that the first priority of attending college is to attain a well-rounded education. Fraternities and sororities support their member’s academic success through tutoring, mentoring, educational seminars, and other helpful programs. Each chapter maintains minimum academic requirements for active membership.
(the Panhellenic Association, Multicultural Greek Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council do not publish public academic records for their individual communities or chapters.)
Chapter Academic Reports
FSL works with the Office of the Registar to provide acadmic reports on individual members to designated chpater officers or inter/national or alumni represetnataives as appropriate. The FSL academic reporting process outlines how this occurs.