The brothers of Ohio Epsilon (Akron) have once again performed exceptionally in academics, service hours and philanthropic dollars raised during the Fall 2014 semester.
Finishing the semester with 104 men on the chapter roster, the chapter was able to continue their year-long run with the highest academic performance among the fraternity community. With a new member GPA of 3.30 and an overall chapter GPA of 3.15, the Phis are ranked first in their own council and fourth overall in the community.
In regards to service hours completed, Ohio Epsilon served 1,494 hours during the semester. To obtain this number, Ohio Epsilon participated in many ALS Walks, campus events and house work for a family that has been affected by ALS.
The brothers of Ohio Epsilon raised a total of $5,403.38 during the fall semester, with most of it going to The ALS Association. A large piece of this amount was raised was at the chapter’s Soberfest event, held alongside the women of Alpha Delta Pi. During this event held during alcohol awareness week, the chapters teamed up to have a great time while raising thousands of dollars for their philanthropies and educating those who attended on the dangers of alcohol abuse.
The brothers of Ohio Epsilon are proud of their hard work, and they plan to improve the statistics listed above during the coming semester.