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Scholarship

Academic Expectations

RIT expects a minimum of 2.5 from all sororities

  • Alpha Xi Delta: 2.5
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha: 2.8
  • Delta Phi Epsilon: 2.75
  • Zeta Tau Alpha: 2.5
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma: 2.5

All National Panhellenic Conference sororities at RIT expect every member to strive to fulfill her academic potential. As a commitment to academic achievement, sororities offer several forms of support to assist members; anything from study resources to quiet study areas. When a member falls below the chapter's required grade point average, additional study programs are developed to improve her academic performance.

To help uphold high academic standards, RIT women will not be extended invitations of membership for any NPC sorority unless they meet the cumulative grade point average expectations listed below.

Academic Scholarship Awards

Every Spring CPC hosts it's annual "Sweet Rewards" Dessert Scholarship Reception where women are recognized for their academic excellence. Women are honored for earning a cululative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 to 3.49 and a special few women are recognized for earning between a 3.5 and 4.0 GPA.

Additionally, the College Panhellenic Council Awards were distributed at Sweet Rewards as well - congratulations to all of the women recognized this year!

Cheryl Ann Westmore Adelphea Award

This award is bestowed upon a Greek woman who embodies the spirit of the Panhellenic Creed, and has demonstrated service to her chapter, the Panhellenic Association and the RIT Greek community at large.

Outstanding Executive Board Member of the Year

Nominees can be any Greek woman who served on the RIT College Panhellenic Council Executive Board during Fall and Spring.

Outstanding Delegate of the Year

Nominees can be any Greek woman who served as their chapter's Panhellenic delegate during Fall and Spring.

CPC Spirit Award

This award will be given to the chapter that demonstrates, through their attendance and participation, going "above and beyond" minimum RIT College Panhellenic expectations and contributing to the Greek community at large through their commitment to the ideals of sisterhood, scholarship and service.

Outstanding New Member Class Award

This award is given to the chapter possessing the highest average semesterly Grade Point Average for a New Member class.

College Panhellenic Council