The brothers and sisters at Morrill continue to do great things this year. They have just been honored with a 1st place in their Division (Division 1 being the smallest chapter size) with the Penn State IFC's CORE (Commitment to Outreach and Responsible Education) Program. The overall mission
of this program is to bring fraternities back to the values upon which
its Chapters were founded. This was started last spring.
Chapters are divided into three divisions based on their total
number of members. The purpose of this division is to level the playing
field. Chapters will compete within
their divisions for points to be accumulated throughout the semester,
and at the end, each division will have one winner.
The points are based off of three major categories – Community Service, Philanthropy, and Educational Programming.
You can read more about the program and how you score points here:http://onwardstate.com/2010/02/25/ifc-core-program-bringing-frats-back-to-values/
Fall 2010 Interfraternity Council CORE Winners
by Penn State Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The Penn State Interfraternity Council announces its Fall 2010 semester CORE Program winners. The IFC Commitment to Outreach and Responsible Education Program promotes friendly inter-fraternal competition through Community Service, Philanthropy and Educational Programming.
The IFC Chapters were sorted into three leagues based upon the number of active brothers in the Chapter. Winning chapters receive a reduction in chapter fees to the Penn State Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Division 1 Winners:1st Place Alpha Zeta (70)
2nd Place Delta Upsilon, Zeta Beta Tau (35)
3rd Place Delta Theta Sigma (30)
IFC announces CORE winners
By Mike Hricik
Collegian Staff Writer
Chapter templar of division one-winning fraternity Alpha
Zeta Shawn Beam said he and other members never thought about CORE as a contest
— instead, they wanted to take advantage of every opportunity to contribute.
"It really helps bring the house together,” Beam
(senior-marketing) said. "You spend all your time on your studies. It’s good to
take a step back and make a difference in someone else’s life.”
Click here to view the full article in the Collegian.