Teila Higgins is a delta gamma alumni from Butler University (IN). After working in Indianapolis for a year, she transferred to Atlanta to work for Campus Crusade for Christ full time. She has lived in Atlanta for almost five years working as a national Greek ministry consultant for Crusade and planning conferences and events for the Southeast Region (AL, GA, FL, MS). You can email her here!
Greek Discussion Questions
These questions were provided by Jennifer Hepp :: KC Metro Staff Team.
What do you like most/least about your house?
What brought you to your house?
What are you expecting from your experience here?
What do you think is unique about your college experience, being Greek, as opposed to non-Greek students?
How does being in your house help you get what you want out of life?
How will being Greek prepare you for the future?
What is the main purpose of Greek life?
What, if anything, makes fraternity/sorority life hard for you?
Are most Greeks students satisfied with their lives? Why or Why not?
If you could change one thing about your sorority/fraternity what would it be?
How ’Äúreal’Äù do you feel brotherhood/sisterhood is in your fraternity/sorority and what could improve it?
Why does brotherhood or sisterhood matter?
Do your brothers and sisters know the real you? Why or Why not?
If you had a specific spiritual view, how easy or hard would it be for you to share that with your brothers or sisters? Why?
Has your spiritual interest increased or decreased since joining your fraternity/sorority?
At their founding dates, most fraternities/sororities placed a high-emphasis on spirituality-why do you think that has changed over the years?
What are some things you think all Greeks have in common?
What about your fraternity or sorority attracts others who decide to join it?
What is one stereotype given to your house?
Why do you think Greek houses are stereotyped?
Why do you think Greek life, nation-wide, is associated with partying and drinking? Do you feel like that is an accurate stereotype, why or why not?
What do you think motivates Greeks to complete (or get through) pledging?