Malibu, California – According to a recent poll organized by leading statistics firm Greekrank, Pepperdine University’s Greek life is entirely made up of top tier organizations or organizations that have the potential to become so in the next year.
Greekrank polled the members of Pepperdine’s 9 fraternities and 9 sororities to implement their patented process in a non-biased and industry-leading ranking of Greek organizations on college campuses. Greekrank also sent their trained ranking experts to Pepperdine as undercover students to judge fraternities and sororities on important criteria such as philanthropy event success, member involvement rate, or “MIR”, and the attractiveness of each new pledge class.
“When we compiled all the data from Pepperdine, we see all the organizations there are either a “Top Tier” or “Upper-Mid” organization. It’s honestly incredible to see a Greek community performing so well,” Greekrank senior researcher Kelly White commented.
The results from the Greekrank survey show that all organizations on campus score an 80% or higher on the Greekrank key area percentage score, earning at least a four-star rating out of five.
“Anytime we see those kinds of numbers in our system, we can truly consider those organizations “top” of the campus. This could put Pepperdine on the map as a top-ten campus for Greeks nationwide.” White added.
The Momus Online obtained access to the results of the survey, as well as Greekrank’s own internal scoring documents, which were over 100 pages long for each organization, a true testament to how much research and thought go into Greekrank scores.
One member of Sigma Kappa had this to say during her interview about her chapter; “Sure, we’re not the first sorority everyone thinks of like DZ (Delta Zeta) or Tri-Sig (Sigma Sigma Sigma), I mean nobody is gonna knock them off that perch in the next year, but with our newest sisters, I really see us being the top sisterhood on campus. We’re so close as a sisterhood, we raised a ton of money for Alzheimer’s Research, and we came in fourth during Greek Week when we paired with Theta Chi, when we were seventh last year. And don’t let me forget about the new girls! For example, I could totally see my little Katie being rush chair one day! She is so totally adorable…” After ranting about how great her little is for close to three pages of text, the Sigma Kappa member concluded by saying, “I would expect to see Sigma Kappa up at the top in the next year.”
The twenty-man Delta Sigma Phi chapter, the smallest fraternity on campus, led the way, with almost all of its ratings scoring above 90%. Comments from the reports talked at length how these men “are universally looked up to on campus…have the best pairs with DZ and Chi-O (Chi Omega)…dominate intramural racquetball…and totally aren’t low-tier like Sig Pi (Sigma Pi) and PIKE (Pi Kappa Alpha), who I’m pretty sure are getting put on probation.” However, despite his comments on Sigma Pi and Pi Kappa Alpha, both those organizations were still rated 4 stars or higher by Greekrank.
Greekrank has no timetable for letting members rate other organizations.
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