industry research

We know supporting our Collegiate Brothers starts with understanding how they operate, what influences them, and what may hinder their success. We have dedicated great financial and human resources to being a data-driven organization and continue to seek insight to better support our members. The below research offers insight into men’s development and influences the work we do day-to-day. 


The Impact of Recruitment Timing and Structure on Fraternity & Sorority Chapter Culture

FEA and ASCA Collaboration Guide

Identifying a need in the industry, the Fraternity Executives Association (FEA) and Association for Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA) partnered to produce a guidance document that is intended to provide suggested protocol for both inter/national and campus conduct staff when working together to address an allegation of chapter misconduct.

Mental Health Study 2020

Post Secondary Education Research Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Fraternities & Sororities 2021

Experiences and Outcomes in College, Work and Life

New Perspectives on Fraternity and Sorority Life

Perceptions of Non-Members and Evidence of Civic Thriving

The Greek Experience Revisited

The Relationships between Fraternity/Sorority Membership and Student Engagement, Learning Outcomes, Grades, and Satisfaction with College

NIC – Single Sex Organization Involvement

Final Study Report - The Benefits of Single-Sex Fraternity Involvement