Will my son or daughter's academics be compromised if he or she joins a fraternity or sorority?

Students often find managing their time difficult when moving from the highly structured high school environment to the environment of a college campus. Fraternities and sororities assists members in overcoming these challenges by offering programs that may include study partners, study hours and time management and study skill workshops.

Your son or daughter can also utilize the upperclassmen who already know how to use campus resources such as the library, study skills center, computer labs and academic advisors. Nothing, however, can take the place of a disciplined and academically focused student when it comes to college academic success.  

Learn how the fraternity and sorority grades compare to other students at Ball State.