As a fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha teaches excellence through balance. At a college setting this includes maintaining a balanced academic career. At Epsilon-Eta we pride ourselves on campus involvement and academic excellence. Many of our members take up leadership positions in campus clubs. We have also led the planning of Rensselaer’s GM Week for four years running now and continue to have leadership in countless other organizations on campus. Not only do we have great involvement in campus activities but we also maintain an average GPA well above the Rensselaer average. Just this past Fall, we achieved a term GPA of 3.31, which ranked 2nd among fraternities.

Fraternity

Lambda Chi Alpha

Sigma Chi

Zeta Psi

Delta Phi

Pi Kappa Alpha

All Fraternity Avg.

All Greek Avg.

All Men's Avg.

All Campus Avg.

 

Term GPA

3.31

3.26

3.21

3.20

3.16

3.04

3.08

3.12

3.15

 

Members

73

76

26

32

78

1013

1333

4157

6082

Part of our academic excellence stems from our great advisor support. Epsilon-Eta is proud to have to heavily-involved faculty Prof. Roger Grice, ThU 426, and Prof. Johnson Samuel, Chi 1890. Prof. Grice serves as High Pi, Chapter Advisor, of Epsilon-Eta and provides academic counseling for brothers. Prof. Samuel focuses on leadership development within the chapter and close collaboration with the High Sigma, academic chair. In his first years at RPI, Prof. Samuel has already implemented a leadership development system within Epsilon-Eta to give all brothers a chance to lead a team and to learn about their strengths and weaknesses as leaders. Our last advisor, Geoff Seber, EH 1250, works within Rensselaer’s Alumni division and has played a great role in providing planning and organizational support for the brothers. His great work has earned him Rensselaer’s Greek Advisor of the Year award.