We know that people are choosing to leave fraternities and sororities every year before they've graduated from college. We, at Phired Up, seek to learn why. Why do people leave fraternities and sororities?
For the past two years, we've been researching why people leave fraternities and sororities because until we know why they've left, we won't know how to help fraternities and sororities do a better job keeping their members. We're learning a lot in our research, but want to learn more. As a result, we are expanding our participant pool with an open call for participants.
Have YOU (or someone you know) left a fraternity or sorority in college? If so, please help us by taking a short (less than 10-minute) survey to help us understand why you left. We are committed to your confidentiality and anonymity and will not identify you in any way. We will only use your story to better understand why people leave fraternities and sororities.
This survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, and it is meant for the men and women who have left their organizations.
If you are a current member of a fraternity or sorority, if you work in fraternity/sorority life, if you know ANYONE who has quit the Greek experience during their undergraduate years, please share this with them via social media, Email, etc. Please help us by reaching out to those brothers and sisters who have left your organizations so that we can hear their stories, and better prepare fraternities and sororities keep their members retained, engaged, and Socially Excellent.
Thank you for your assistance.
Posted on Tue, December 3, 2013
by Jessica Gendron Williams