Greek chapters share a common principle of operating as values-based organizations. The entire Greek community at Ashland University exercises their commitment to high ethical standards and moral values by striving for excellence in all areas of operation. The four main pillars of the Ashland University Greek community are scholarship, service, leadership and friendship. More information on each of these areas can be found on the left side navigation bar under the heading "Values".
The Greek Honors awards program applauds chapters for their commitment to Greek values and celebrates the accomplishments of the entire Greek community over the past year. Chapters are awarded in a variety of categories including service, academics, involvement, risk management and public relations.
The 2013 Greek Honors award program is the final event of Greek Weekend and took place on April 21, 2013.
|Award||Sorority Winner||Fraternity Winner|
|Outstanding Scholarship Program||Alpha Delta Pi||Phi Kappa Psi|
|Highest GPA||Alpha Delta Pi||Phi Delta Theta|
|Highest New Member GPA||Alpha Delta Pi||Phi Delta Theta|
|Outstanding Community Service Program||Delta Zeta||Phi Kappa Psi|
|Outstanding Philanthropic Project||Delta Zeta||Phi Delta Theta|
|Highest Involvement||Alpha Delta Pi & Delta Zeta||Phi Kappa Psi|
|Outstanding Public Relations||Alpha Delta Pi||Phi Delta Theta|
|Outstanding Risk Management||Delta Zeta||Phi Delta Theta|
|Outstanding New Member Development Program||Alpha Phi||Phi Delta Theta|
|Most Improved Chapter||Alpha Phi||Phi Kappa Psi|
|Outstanding Faculty/Staff||Sue Heimann, VPSA/Dean of Students|
|Outstanding Advisor||Megan McCarthey, Alpha Phi||Dr. Christopher Burkett, Phi Kappa Psi|
|Outstanding Chapter of the Year||Alpha Delta Pi||Phi Delta Theta|
|Emerging Leader||Mollie Jeck, Rho Gamma||Ed Hunt, Phi Kappa Psi|
|Outstanding Council Officer||Desirae Kierner, Alpha Phi||Christopher Dolbow, Phi Kappa Psi|
|Greek Man/Woman of the Year||Kelly Cadman, Delta Zeta||Corbin Blackburn, Phi Delta Theta|