M.A. Higher Education
Educational Services & Leadership
College of Education
Stephanie Lezotte, Ph.D.
Committee Member 1
Tyrone McCombs, Ph.D.
Committee Member 2
Andrew Tinnin, Ed.D.
fraternity, leadership development, sorority
Greek letter societies--Rowan University; Leadership
This study examines the relationship of perceived leadership development opportunities in fraternities and sororities. The study's main goal was to determine if there was a discrepancy in perceived leadership development opportunities in general members, versus executive board members, whether there was a difference in findings for fraternity members versus sorority members, and suggestions on how to improve opportunities on a university level for students in Fraternity and Sorority Life going forward. The study was distributed to all social Fraternity and Sorority members at Rowan University that were in their respective organization for at least one year prior to the survey. The findings suggest that perceived opportunities are on average high and both fraternity and sorority members reported close to or exceeded the mean. Opportunities for executive board members were also perceived to be slightly higher for sorority members versus their general membership, while fraternity members reported more of equal opportunity.
Holaday, Emmalee, "THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT OF FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE MEMBERS" (2022). Theses and Dissertations. 3003.