A key to a fraternity’s identity is a composite key, but now that the key is out in the open, a new identity is also being created.
The Fraternity and Sorority composite key was introduced as part of the Fraternity & Sorority Businesses program in June of 2017.
According to a press release, the program “promotes the fraternal and sorority identity by promoting the fraternities and sororities’ individual and collaborative identities through programs and programs components.”
The program is intended to provide students with the ability to identify their organizations through a shared profile, and is intended “to support organizations to enhance their visibility and enhance their membership through their branding and branding programs.”
It seems that the program has had mixed results.
One recent survey found that only 28 percent of students have used the program to identify a fraternity or sorority.
Additionally, the majority of respondents did not feel that the identity program was helpful for identifying a particular organization, and that “they did not believe the program would be helpful in identifying the organizations that they are members of.”
Fraternity & Sorority Business owner and CEO Andrew Stiles says that he wants the program more than anything to serve as a way for students to better understand what they are getting into.
“If you want to know what it means to be a member of a fraternity, it is to become a member, to get the most out of that,” he said.
“We’re not saying it’s the same thing as joining a sorority, it’s not like you’re joining a fraternity and going to have a membership card or a fraternity name on it.
It’s really a way of understanding the identity of your fraternity and sorary and how you can relate to that identity.”
The company says that students are encouraged to sign up for the program, which costs $99 a year, which includes the use of the Key, but that some students may not need to sign-up for the full program.
The program is open to students of all ages and backgrounds, and offers a number of benefits, including access to the Fraternal and Sorary Business, the Fraternities website, and more.