As a parent who did not go to college, my image of Greek Life is only one that you see on the news when something goes wrong. When I learned that Jason was going to pledge to a fraternity, I was nervous. Since becoming involved in (his fraternity) I can say that Jason has done nothing but amaze us at his involvement in campus activities, his interest in campus government, sports and community service. I am proud of who he has become and the person that he strives to be. I believe that his involvement in Greek Life is a huge part of the person he is to become, and for that I am very thankful.
Jo Clark, mother of fraternity member
I have a daughter and a son both attending West Georgia. I am so happy that they both got involved in Greek Life- it gives me great relief knowing that they have a “family support” system while away from home. Whenever they need help with a paper or homework, someone steps forward to help. Both of the “families” my kids joined emphasize the importance of grades. I feel they have both learned a great deal about responsibility, leadership and helping others. I would strongly encourage any parent to into Greek Life with their kids.
Kelly Griffith, mother of sorority and fraternity member