NJ Phi Beta Chapter Wins Academic Award

NJ Phi Beta Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta earned Honorable Mention in the Intellectual Development Excellence Award category for achieving a chapter Grade Point Average of 3.049 in the Spring 2009 semester and a cumulative GPA of 3.076.

In fact, NJ Phi Beta’s Spring 2009 GPA was the second highest and its cumulative GPA ranked fourth among the 12 recognized fraternities on campus. Even more impressive, the chapter’s Spring 2009 GPA average was higher than the GPA average of 2.995 for all fraternities and sororities on campus.

We congratulate all of our undergraduate brothers for demonstrating their commitment to academic excellence. Under the outstanding leadership of Chapter President Bryan White, the chapter has realized significant academic improvement, increased voluntary services to charities and attained fiscal stability.