Data To Collect

Data To Collect

(An item in italics indicates data that will need to be obtained.)

General FSILG information

Total number recruited over 10 years

Growth of MIT’s admitted class

New member satisfaction

Upperclassmen satisfaction

Process/timing at peer schools

Change in perception from recruitee to initiate

Effect of recruitment marketing

Percent of upperclassmen who participate in recruitment

Perceptions of the faculty


Retention (function of move-in and new member participation)

UAAP Orientation survey

Fraternity GPA

Spring recruitment numbers

Rush budgets

Event attendance and lesson learned

Average number of chapters visited during Rush

Impact of new dormitories


Recruitment retention (function of registered vs. received bids)

Retention (function of number who received a bid vs. number initiated)

Sorority GPA

Availability of campus resources, e.g. rooms at the Student Center

Timing of important campus events and how they impact recruitment


Timing and length of Rush

Consistency of budgets over the years

Atmosphere in the house during Rush

Time commitment and task division

Number of freshman rushees

Freshmen retention

House numbers: occupancy over last 5 years, max capacity, and break-even capacity

Impact of campus events and changes (e.g. dining plan)