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Chapter recently received Silver Status for 2018. 

What are we referring to?: Last year, Kennesaw State added a tiered status for the entire Greek community. The program is called the Chapter Assessment Program, or CAP, which allows the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life to assess and recognize what fraternity and sororities are accomplishing.

What are the status levels?: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze - [highest to lowest].

How does it work?: Each category of the CAP packet is been broken down by its subsections and objectives. Academics, Chapter Management, Member Development, Community Involvement, and Community Service/Philanthropy. The chapter is then graded on their performance in each area. 

How did our guys do?: They did well for the first year and understand they have work to do in 2018. The chapter was very close to Gold Status and should have no issues reaching that status next year. They did well in Member Development and Community Involvement and have room for growth in Chapter Management and Academics. 

What are we doing different in 2018 to achieve a higher status?: Documenting along the way and not at the end of the semester. The chapter is also focusing on internal structure and academics on a weekly basis - which provides us the most room for growth.

What does a higher status mean?: You get to go first (i.e. recruitment, room reservations, etc.), it will also help with recruitment as potential new members see Sigma Alpha Epsilon is (actually) one of the top chapters on campus. 


Kelsey Mathis & Hayden Hooper'15 became engaged on December 16, 2017. 

If you'd like to get them wedding gift, they're registered at MyRegistry.com.

Kelsey is from Dalton and graduated from Shorter University.



Sunny Mummaneni'12 recently matched for Internal Medicine at Mountainview Regional Medical Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Congratulations are in order - connect with Sunny Mummaneni on Facebook.