Fraternity and sorority members at Fort Hays State University performed 2,267 hours of community service and donated $4,860 to organizations on both the national and local levels during the spring 2013 semester.
The numbers are tabulated in the semester report released by Jacob Ternes, coordinator of student involvement and Greek Life in FHSU's Center for Student Involvement.
The Alpha Gamma Delta sorority achieved the highest active member semester GPA for women with a 3.29 average. Sigma Phi Epsilon Colony marked the same achievement for men with a 3.14 average. The fraternity is considered a colony because it is still meeting all requirements to be recognized as a chapter by national headquarters, said Ternes.
FHSU's Interfraternity Council won two national awards, Programming Excellence Awards for council management and risk reduction and management, both from the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values.
Overall, according to the report, 82 percent of members within the Greek community were involved in co-curricular or community organizations such as Order of Omega, University Activities Board and Up 'til Dawn.
The report can be found online at http://www.fhsu.edu/csi/greek/resources/.