As advocates for their peers and teammates, Sycamores know leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.
A criminology and criminal justice major from Chrisman, Ill., Benjamon Brinkley may be a freshman, but he’s racking up upperclassman-level experiences.
A member of the Panhellenic Association executive board, Michelle White of Swansea, Ill., is the director of inclusive excellence for the Student Government Association. In her free time (haha), she’s an operations and supply chain management major.
Pair of Sycamores credit Indiana State’s Networks program as their launching pad for success in the insurance business.
Sororities and fraternities offer a place for strong social bonds, but they also improve academic performance and give aspiring leaders a chance to hone their skills.
There’s something for everyone at Indiana State, says alumna Kelli Hallas. She would know — as a student, she threw herself into every possible group and activity to get the most from her college experience.
Michael Hayes, ’84, GR ’86, is leading the national discussion about how to eradicate hazing in high schools and college. At Indiana State, officials in Greek life, athletics and band work to educate Sycamores about what hazing looks like and why it shouldn’t be tolerated.