2017 - 2018 Awards

 

Congratulations to all of the award winners!

 
 

Alumnae Mentoring Award

 was established in honor of Melanie Boone to recognize her ongoing mentoring and advancement of women both within the fraternity and professionally. The award is presented to an alumna who has demonstrated a continued commitment to mentoring. Through her lasting efforts, she will have provided guidance and support, while encouraging the growth and development of women. Specific examples of the successful mentor/mentee relationship should be included on the nomination in order for award consideration and must incorporate mentoring beyond that of the advisor/collegian relationship.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Emily DeCarlo, Pi Chapter
 
     Emily provides support to Phi Sigma Sigma chapters, staff and other volunteers. She is key in supporting our chapter key advisors in times of crisis. She assists in running volunteer training and helps with programming at Phi Sigma Sigma conferences and events. She makes herself available to talk to alumnae and CKAs in need of coaching or advise. Furthermore, Emily continues to support her initiation chapter in recruitment and has been a mentor to the Epsilon Phi Chapter as a chapter key advisor. She currently sits on the National Housing Corporation and the Foundation Board.  
 

 

Alumnae Volunteer Emerging Leader Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and was established in honor of Sandy Grossman, for her commitment to encouraging the Fraternity’s progress. The award is presented to an alumna who, in her first three years of volunteer service, has made significant contributions to the Fraternity by promoting and facilitating progress and the Fraternity’s perpetuity. The recipient will demonstrate outstanding promise for continuing service and leadership. Specific examples of her continuing activities must be provided. A sister is only eligible to receive this award one time.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Nicole Frye, Iota Kappa Chapter
 
  Nicole has helped to contribute to Phi Sigma Sigma by serving in various volunteer roles and always helping out when needed. She shows great passion for the Fraternity and is willing to help out whenever and wherever is needed. She currently serves as an International Standards Board representative.     
 


 

Award Spotlight

 
Christina Hedges, Epsilon Kappa Chapter
 
     Christina is an emerging leader and has shown her dedication to Phi Sigma Sigma at the international level by serving as communication committee chairman and on an ISB Task Force. Furthermore, she has continued to support her initiation chapter, Epsilon Kappa, during formal recruitment and serves as chapter key advisor for the Iota Sigma Chapter.  
 


 

Award Spotlight

 
Nicole Mutrynowski, Gamma Nu Chapter
 
  Nicole is an emerging leader because of her dedication to Phi Sigma Sigma at the international level. Since graduating Nicole has participated in the colonization of new chapters and served as a facilitator at Leadership Conference and Convention. In addition, she regularly supports the Gamma Nu Chapter.      
 


 

Award Spotlight

 
Jane Pinckney, Beta Xi Chapter
 
     Jane Pinckney is a founding member of the recolonization of Beta Xi at Cornell University. After serving in multiple roles in her chapter (including MAL), Jane served as a collegiate staffer at Centennial, and was brought in to assist with recruitment at Beta Alpha. In the years following graduation, Jane has served as a Panhellenic RFM (Release Figure Methodology) Specialist, a member of the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, and as the Treasurer of the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation.  
 

 
Honorable Mention
Whitney Sherwood, Iota Iota Chapter
 

Beverly Parkes Collegian of the Year Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to a collegiate member who, in her activities and character, personifies the ideals of Phi Sigma Sigma. The candidate must be in good standing with her collegiate chapter and university, and give evidence of forwarding the three goals of Phi Sigma Sigma: advancement of womanhood, lifelong learning, and philanthropic service. She shall have achieved a most exemplary record in the last year of her collegiate work, as a senior.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Gabrielle Ennis, Beta Xi Chapter
 
  Gabrielle has positively represented herself and Phi Sigma Sigma on campus by setting an example for others, raising others while she climbs her personal ladder and always lending a hand to others. As membership recruitment chairman for the chapter, Gabrielle made sure the chapter was having fun and kept morale up by playing music and keeping everyone entertained to maintain positivity during recruitment. When coming up with the chapter's philanthropy event, Gabrielle suggested the gala type event, hosting it at Cornell's art gallery and inviting parents. She also organized all event logistics and managed publicity and promotion for the event ensuring its success.     
 

 

Beverly Parkes Collegian of the Year Award Finalist

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation and is presented to five collegiate members who are named as finalists . Each finalist, in her activities and character, personifies the ideals of Phi Sigma Sigma. The candidate must be in good standing with her collegiate chapter and university, and give evidence of forwarding the three goals of Phi Sigma Sigma: advancement of womanhood, lifelong learning, and philanthropic service. She shall have achieved a most exemplary record in the last year of her collegiate work, as a senior.

 
Josie Covello, Iota Rho Chapter
Christine Coy, Pi Chapter
Kerry McCloskey, Beta Eta Chapter
Nicole Trucillo, Gamma Nu Chapter
 

Certificate of Appreciation

 is presented to those who have made a significant contribution to Phi Sigma Sigma or have assisted the organization in some way through a specific project or action outside of an assigned role.

 
Frances Guthrie, Kappa Chapter
Lia Ham, Epsilon Beta Chapter
Kelsie Kahl, Theta Chapter
Gi Gi Larsen, Epsilon Phi Chapter
Haley Martinez, Iota Alpha Chapter
Cliff Alexander Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life- Miami University
 Collaboration with international organizations and being proactive in a forward thinking way

 
Paige Hogan, Beta Eta Chapter
 Convention assistance

 
FIU Fraternity/Sorority Life Office
 Great partnership in the review of the system and supporting a healthy Greek life community

 
Natalia Akin, Pi Chapter
 James Madison Colonization

 
Martha Davis, Iota Zeta Chapter
 James Madison Colonization

 
Sayeh Saidi, Gamma Pi Chapter
 James Madison Colonization

 
Emily Calvo, Gamma Nu Chapter
 LC Intern

 
Lauryn Poupore, Theta Iota Chapter
 LC Intern

 
Jenny Bernard, Delta Psi Chapter
 LC Presentation

 
Nirvana Habash, Beta Upsilon Chapter
 LC Presentation

 
Jamie Silverstein, Gamma Zeta Chapter
 LC Presenter

 
Jenny Bernard, Delta Psi Chapter
 LC Round Robin Coordinator

 
Epsilon Chi Chapter, Indiana University Southeast
 Lindenwood Help

 
Andrea Fogle Park, Epsilon Chi Chapter
 Lindenwood help

 
Marybeth Althoff, Theta Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Jenny Bernard, Delta Psi Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Frances Guthrie, Kappa Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Liz Hoffman, Pi Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Gina Kerley, Delta Gamma Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Tracy Koch, Epsilon Alpha Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Mary Lopez, Beta Xi Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Julie Parker, Zeta Eta Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Simonne Yet Kwong Horman, Iota Iota Chapter
 Nominating Committee

 
Anne Ballman, Gamma Nu Chapter
 SDC Institute Intern

 
Billie Jean Durkin, Theta Beta Chapter
 SDC Institute Intern

 
Christina Garcia, Delta Iota Chapter
 SDC Institute Intern

 
 

Chapter Key Advisor Service Award

 is presented to a key advisor who has successfully completed the duties of her office for a minimum of four consecutive years. A sister is only eligible to receive this award one time.

 
Kara Cutler, Zeta Xi Chapter
Beth Davis, Xi Chapter
Rebecca Lawrence, Iota Kappa Chapter
Shawna Lind, Gamma Gamma Chapter
Dana Milham, Zeta Zeta Chapter
Dana Perriello, Delta Zeta Chapter
Deby Philbrick, Delta Beta Chapter
Kristen Portale, Theta Alpha Chapter
Kris Rile, Zeta Omicron Chapter
Amber Snyder, Theta Alpha Chapter
Feli Tamparong, Theta Upsilon Chapter
Karin Walker, Epsilon Lambda Chapter
Ashley Whitehouse, Gamma Xi Chapter
Megan Williams, Iota Epsilon Chapter
 

Collegiate Chapter Alumnae Program Award

 is sponsored by the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter and is presented to the collegiate chapter that has been outstanding in its efforts to reach out to alumnae and keep them involved.

 
Gamma Zeta Chapter, University of Rhode Island
 

Collegiate Chapter Family Programming Award

 is sponsored by Marcia Monserrat and is presented to the collegiate chapter that has demonstrated outstanding effort in reaching out to and involving parents

 
Zeta Zeta Chapter, Quinnipiac University
 

Collegiate Chapter Health and Wellness Award

 is sponsored by Clara Gillman and is presented to the collegiate chapter that strives to improve the health and wellness of its members through outstanding programming with an emphasis on both physical and emotional well-being.

 
Zeta Delta Chapter, Bentley University
 
Honorable Mention
Iota Chi Chapter, James Madison University
Iota Upsilon Chapter, University of New Hampshire
 

Collegiate Chapter Leadership Through Service Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to the chapter that participates most fully in Fraternity, campus and/or local service and philanthropy activities.

 
Iota Upsilon Chapter, University of New Hampshire
 
Honorable Mention
Iota Omicron Chapter, Capital University
 

Collegiate Chapter Marketing and Communications Award

 is sponsored by Wendy Lau and is presented to the collegiate chapter that implements the most constructive and proactive marketing and communications program.

 
Beta Eta Chapter, Pennsylvania State University
Delta Eta Chapter, University of Delaware
 
Honorable Mention
Beta Rho Chapter, Drexel University
Iota Upsilon Chapter, University of New Hampshire
 

Collegiate Chapter Panhellenic Award

 is presented to the Phi Sigma Sigma collegiate chapter that made the most valuable contribution to its College Panhellenic or Interfraternity/Greek Council. Chapters that are the only sorority on their campus are still eligible if they work within an Interfraternity/Greek Council promoting Greek cooperation and spirit.

 
Iota Chi Chapter, James Madison University
 

Collegiate Chapter Philanthropic Impact Award

 is sponsored by Breny Garcia and presented to the chapter that demonstrates excellence in philanthropic fundraising while having a significant positive impact on its community through the fundraising activities.

 
Delta Eta Chapter, University of Delaware
 

Collegiate Chapter Progress Award

 is sponsored by Chris Senseney and is presented to the collegiate chapter showing the greatest progress over a two-year period with regard to membership recruitment, member orientation, academic excellence, Fraternity education, social programming and personal wellness programming. In addition, the chapter shall have at least 80% report compliance.

 
Theta Beta Chapter, Coastal Carolina University
 

Collegiate Chapter Risk Reduction Award

 recognizes the collegiate chapter that demonstrated outstanding performance in risk management and risk reduction through chapter programming, adherence to Fraternity policies and cooperation with the Fraternity.

 
Theta Chapter, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
Honorable Mention
Delta Lambda Chapter, Muhlenberg College
 

Collegiate Chapter Ritual Award

 was established in honor of Louise Kriegsman Kier Zirretta and is presented to the collegiate chapter that has gained full benefit from the ritual of Phi Sigma Sigma, through both knowledge and understanding of ritual.

 
Delta Gamma Chapter, San Francisco State University
 

Collegiate Chapter Scholarship Award

 is presented to the collegiate chapter that has placed first in scholarship for the past year (two consecutive semesters/terms) among all sororities on its campus. Chapters on campuses where Phi Sigma Sigma is the only sorority are not eligible.

 
Delta Zeta Chapter, Stevens Institute of Technology
 

Collegiate Chapter School and College Readiness Support Award

  is presented to the chapter that most fully embraces Phi Sigma Sigma’s philanthropic cause through its service and philanthropic efforts.

 
Xi Chapter, Temple University
 

Collegiate Chapter Sisterhood Award

 is sponsored by Clara Gillman and is presented to the chapter that best promotes the development of its members by encouraging involvement and harmony among all of the sisters (new members and initiated members).

 
Epsilon Zeta Chapter, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
 
Honorable Mention
Beta Rho Housing Corporation
 

Collegiate Chapter Technology Award

 was established in honor of Linda Beavin. The award is sponsored by Clara Gillman and is presented to the chapter that best uses technology to further the perpetuity of the chapter in areas such as recruitment, philanthropy, alumnae and family outreach, communication and administration.

 
Delta Kappa Chapter, Florida International University
 
Honorable Mention
Delta Iota Chapter, Central Michigan University
 

Committee Chairman Dangle

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to a committee/task force chairman after she has successfully served two full years in office. A sister is only eligible to receive the dangle one time.

 
Erin Patterson, Epsilon Delta Chapter
 Awards and Standards

 
Shannon McCabe, Iota Zeta Chapter
 CE Specialist

 
Wendy Lau, Theta Upsilon Chapter
 Finance

 
Cecile Leana, Iota Xi Chapter
 Ritual

 
 

Field Staff Dangle

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to a field staff member upon successful completion of her employment.

 
Samantha Del Giudice, Zeta Zeta Chapter
Taylor Giaccone, Gamma Zeta Chapter
Jeanette Gourley, Iota Tau Chapter
Rachel Hoffman, Beta Eta Chapter
Milan McMullen, Iota Tau Chapter
 

Fraternity Service Award

 is presented to an alumna who has served the Fraternity in a volunteer or staff capacity for Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc. the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, and/or the National Housing Corporation. The award is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and presented following the cumulative completion of five years of service, and every five years thereafter.

 
Melissa Ahola, Zeta Rho Chapter
Abby Annala, Zeta Tau Chapter
Michelle Bandes, Beta Upsilon Chapter
Colleen Coughlin, Epsilon Iota Chapter
Melissa Del Mauro, Delta Lambda Chapter
Jaime Domina, Iota Iota Chapter
Megan Drescher, Delta Sigma Chapter
Cassie Flanagan, Xi Chapter
Rachel Furlough, Theta Beta Chapter
Francesca Gemelli, Delta Kappa Chapter
Mackie Hill, Beta Omega Chapter
Angi Jackson, Delta Chi Chapter
Megan Johnson, Epsilon Beta Chapter
Lanae LaRose, Theta Beta Chapter
Rebecca Lawrence, Iota Kappa Chapter
Maddie Mann, Gamma Tau Chapter
Maggie Masztal, Theta Mu Chapter
Courtney McKay, Epsilon Alpha Chapter
Julie Miska, Theta Chapter
Jess Morales, Delta Iota Chapter
Casey Moser, Delta Lambda Chapter
Erin Palmreuter, Theta Psi Chapter
Jessica Parker, Xi Chapter
Ha Phan, Gamma Sigma Chapter
Andrea Puckett, Epsilon Chi Chapter
Kristin Reifsnider, Epsilon Sigma Chapter
Winnie Rene, Zeta Pi Chapter
Kris Rile, Zeta Omicron Chapter
Emily Ruiz, Theta Mu Chapter
Vanessa Saetham, Iota Zeta Chapter
Stephany-Anne Sanon, Beta Pi Chapter
Abby Schwartz, Nu Chapter
Meghan Sedlacek, Delta Epsilon Chapter
Shannon Smith, Iota Alpha Chapter
Elora Sullivan, Gamma Zeta Chapter
Ashley Trask, Epsilon Sigma Chapter
Toni Vadala, Zeta Rho Chapter
Brittany Volk, Theta Mu Chapter
Brook Walker, Theta Mu Chapter
Ashley Whitehouse, Gamma Xi Chapter
Michelle Willke, Epsilon Sigma Chapter
5 YEARS

Wendy Adrian, Zeta Sigma Chapter
Teresa Aten, Iota Kappa Chapter
Katie Berger-Racine, Theta Alpha Chapter
Katie Berger-Racine, Theta Alpha Chapter
Raquel Brown-Kwiatek, Gamma Gamma Chapter
Alana Celia, Delta Delta Chapter
Nichole Davis, Theta Rho Chapter
Kris Day, Theta Alpha Chapter
Alysha Doggart, Delta Epsilon Chapter
Sandra Harrison, Zeta Rho Chapter
Rachel King, Iota Zeta Chapter
Jo Kupbens, Epsilon Phi Chapter
Karen Leeman, Zeta Zeta Chapter
Kelly Pageau, Delta Iota Chapter
Viki Santos, Zeta Zeta Chapter
Megan Simms, Theta Iota Chapter
Joycelyn Vogt, Theta Xi Chapter
Jen Wilson, Delta Delta Chapter
Schelli Wilson, Theta Eta Chapter
Melanie Wroblewski, Zeta Gamma Chapter
Christina Zwerenz, Zeta Psi Chapter
10 YEARS

Holly Alperin, Delta Iota Chapter
Lisa Ballanco, Delta Chi Chapter
Heather Durant, Pi Chapter
Jen Feicht, Gamma Gamma Chapter
Ana Igoa, Epsilon Epsilon Chapter
Corey Martin, Beta Omega Chapter
Rachel Pienta, Beta Psi Chapter
Becky Pifer, Delta Iota Chapter
Jenine Rabin, Beta Upsilon Chapter
ToniAnne Rigano, Delta Omega Chapter
Carrie Terbush, Gamma Sigma Chapter
Jean Ulkloss, Zeta Theta Chapter
15 YEARS

Lisa Cardello-Price, Beta Delta Chapter
Lynn Schoen, Pi Chapter
Erin Sweeney, Beta Delta Chapter
20 YEARS

Mary Bacon, Epsilon Beta Chapter
25 YEARS

Dana Vandecoevering, Delta Delta Chapter
30 YEARS

 

Individual Collegian Panhellenic Award

 is sponsored by Cara Wood and is presented to the Phi Sigma Sigma sister who made the most valuable contribution to her College Panhellenic/Greek Council, based on continuous attendance at meetings, meaningful contribution to the success of the Panhellenic/Interfraternity Council and contribution to fundraising within the Panhellenic/Interfraternity Council. Members of chapters that are the only sorority on their campus are still eligible if they work within an Interfraternity or Greek Council promoting Greek cooperation and spirit.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Katherine Ismen, Epsilon Zeta Chapter
 
     Katherine contributed significantly to unifying her campus’ Panhellenic first through her time as archon of her chapter and then as vice president of recruitment. Katherine helped to improve Panhellenic relations between the five local and five NPC groups on campus by promoting a positive image for Greek life. As vice president of recruitment she brought structure to the recruitment process by ensuring correct processes were followed and the recruitment rules were adhered to, something that had not been done in the past. In addition, she promoted Panhellenic unity throughout the entire recruitment process.  
 

 
Honorable Mention
Amberly Jaycox, Epsilon Chapter
Marikate Kidd, Xi Chapter
Jasmine Lin, Zeta Delta Chapter
Lauren McTigue, Delta Zeta Chapter
 

Jeanine Jacobs Goldberg Archon of the Year Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to the collegiate chapter archon deemed by the grand archon to be the most outstanding based on her contributions to the chapter and her relationship with the Fraternity. She shall have successfully completed one full term as archon.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Brenda Alderete, Zeta Zeta Chapter
 
  Brenda’s dedication to the Zeta Zeta Chapter has fostered the growth of sisterhood. After identifying sisterhood as an area for improvement, Brenda helped the chapter make changes to provide an even better experience for their members. Brenda worked closely with the sister development chair to plan a sisterhood event and to bring in in Tina Vansteenbergen to inspire sisters and help building relationships. The focus on sisterhood resulted in increased attendance during the term and a stronger, more positive presence on campus. She also personally worked with chapter alumnae to create a scholarship to support sisters struggling to pay their dues.     
 

 

Jeanine Jacobs Goldberg Archon of the Year Award Finalist

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to the collegiate chapter archon deemed by the grand archon to be the most outstanding based on her contributions to the chapter and her relationship with the Fraternity.

 
Emily Calvo, Gamma Nu Chapter
Meriel Conroy, Delta Lambda Chapter
Josie Covello, Iota Rho Chapter
Taylor Senecal, Zeta Delta Chapter
 

Most Improved Membership Recruitment Program Award

 is presented to the collegiate chapter that has improved its program the most during two consecutive years.

 
Iota Nu Chapter, Sacred Heart University
 

Outstanding Chapter Key Advisor Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to a chapter key advisor who has, through her service and dedication to a collegiate chapter, significantly improved the quality of its sisterhood. She shall provide ongoing and regular guidance to the chapter, communicate regularly with Fraternity personnel and Headquarters staff and contribute to the chapter’s overall success.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Jodi Bohnhorst, Iota Iota Chapter
 
     Jodi Bohnhorst is the prime example of an outstanding chapter key advisor and goes above and beyond for the Iota Iota chapter. Her presence is known and the members look to her as a role model and mentor. Jodi is present during chapter meetings, retreats and every round of recruitment. She ensures that the chapter experience is enjoyable for members from bid day through senior year. She is also an integral part in the chapter election and transition process, and there is a never a worry about officers transitioning or learning their roles. Furthermore, Jodi is a partner with the Fraternity and knows when to loop in staff members. Jodi can be counted on to solve a problem in a quick emergency situation, but also to ensure things are taken care of before any emergency situation would arise. Jodi is dedicated to the Iota Iota chapter and plays a huge role in the chapter’s premier membership experience.  
 


 

Award Spotlight

 
Andrea Fogle Park, Epsilon Chi Chapter
 
  Andrea Fogle Park radiates enthusiasm in her role as a chapter key advisor for the Epsilon Chi Chapter. In addition to her CKA role, Andrea stepped up this past year and took on additional support roles for the chapter and helped the chapter through a successful recruitment season. The sisters of the Epsilon Chi Chapter speak highly of Andrea’s compassion and the energy she puts towards the chapter. She is a true source of ideas and inspiration for the sisters and is dedicated to Phi Sigma Sigma.      
 


 

Award Spotlight

 
Amy Smith, Xi Chapter
 
     Amy Smith has been source of unwavering support for the sisters of the Epsilon Zeta Chapter. She has mentored sisters of the chapter and has helped them stay focused and grounded and be the best they can be. She provides the type of support that allows the chapter to make crucial decisions while keeping the chapter’s best interests at heart. With her support, the chapter continues to be a top-performing chapter on campus and within Phi Sigma Sigma.  
 

 
Honorable Mention
Christina Hedges, Epsilon Kappa Chapter
 

Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity and is presented to the collegiate chapter that is most outstanding within the Fraternity and on its campus.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Pi Chapter, Syracuse University
 
     After overcoming leadership changes and a campus-wide measles outbreak, the Pi Chapter had a very successful recruitment, increasing all scores and numbers. Even more impressively, the chapter had a 100% retention and initiation rate among Spring 2018 new members. The chapter has fully adopted all Fraternity policies, the GIN system, has experience no debt to the Fraternity, and has seamlessly moved from their old billing practices to following all the new Fraternity billing, budgeting and Billhighway procedures. The chapter has also supported the Foundation and other philanthropic causes, through their successful signature event, Inferno. The chapter also hosted a successful alumnae event for their 90th chapter anniversary.  
 

 

Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Advisor Award

 is sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity in honor of the Executive Director. It is presented to the Fraternity/Sorority advisor who through her/his efforts strengthens a Phi Sigma Sigma chapter.

 

 

Award Spotlight

 
Jamie Silverstein, Gamma Zeta Chapter
 
     Jamie has been a constant support to the Iota Upsilon Chapter at the University of New Hampshire. As a new chapter, Jamie sets a great example for all who she mentors on the campus and always makes herself readily available. She provides excellent programming for Greek leaders on campus, helping to build skills that leaders can utilize with their chapters and in everyday life.  
 

 

Outstanding Membership Recruitment Program Award

 is presented to the collegiate chapter that has been outstanding in membership recruitment based upon the following criteria: Creativity; Success (achieving maximum recruitment potential size); Timely submission of statistics to the Fraternity; Completion of membership recruitment retreat.

 
Delta Nu Chapter, Iona College
Delta Theta Chapter, Oakland University
Gamma Nu Chapter, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

 

Award Spotlight

 
Pi Chapter, Syracuse University
 
     After overcoming leadership changes and a campus-wide measles outbreak, the Pi Chapter had a very successful recruitment, increasing all scores and numbers. Even more impressively, the chapter had a 100% retention and initiation rate among Spring 2018 new members. The chapter has fully adopted all Fraternity policies, the GIN system, has experience no debt to the Fraternity, and has seamlessly moved from their old billing practices to following all the new Fraternity billing, budgeting and Billhighway procedures. The chapter has also supported the Foundation and other philanthropic causes, through their successful signature event, Inferno. The chapter also hosted a successful alumnae event for their 90th chapter anniversary.  
 

Theta Upsilon Chapter, University of La Verne
 

Outstanding Signature Event Award

 is presented to the collegiate chapter who plans and executes the event deemed most creative. Guidelines: 1) Fulfills at least one core value 2) Includes participation of others outside of immediate members (e.g., parents, alumnae, other chapters, campus or community organization, etc.) or impacts others outside of the immediate membership 3) Has a minimum of 80% chapter participation

 
Zeta Zeta Chapter, Quinnipiac University