Triumph or tragedy: Comparing student engagement levels of members of Greek-letter organizations and other students

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2002

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Journal of College Student Development

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This study compared the levels of student engagement between fraternity and sorority members and other undergraduate students. After controls, Greek members appeared to be equally and sometimes more engaged in academically challenging tasks, active learning, student-faculty interaction, community service, diversity, satisfaction, and on learning and personal development gains.

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Hayek, John & Carini, Robert & O'Day, Patrick & Kuh, George. (2002). Triumph or Tragedy: Comparing Student Engagement Levels of Members of Greek-Letter Organizations and Other Students. Journal of College Student Development. 43.

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