Amanda Hutchings elected president of UW-Whitewater Sigma Sigma Sigma

Amanda Hutchings from Twin Lakes, who is studying special education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, was elected president of Sigma Sigma Sigma.

“Being the president of a fraternity or sorority is a life-changing and skill-building experience. Those students elected to serve in this role are the equivalent of a CEO of a small business,” said Jan Bilgen, Associate Director of Career and Leadership Development. “They oversee housing, financial status of the organization, service to the community, and most importantly the success of their members.”

Presidents are elected by the members of their own chapter.

Greek organizations play a visible role on the UW-Whitewater campus, in terms of both academics and service. The all-Greek grade-point average is higher than the all-campus average, and 94 percent of reported service hours by UW-Whitewater students come from Greek life.

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