Presence on 9 campuses
with 18 Chapters, impacting 3,000+ lives
On Average Our Clients' GPA is higher than the IFC overall GPA
Chapter Awards Include:
National Most Improved Chapter
National Philanthropy Awards
National Service Awards
National Adviser of the Year
University President of Year
University Most Outstanding Chapter
University Most Improved
University Alumni Award
Word on the Street
Being able to partner with What Good Looks Like was a huge step forward for our chapter. While serving as president I noticed increased organization within our leadership, a clearer vision for the fraternity, and the chapter coming together to get involved to help the house. They were able to help Delta Tau Delta with new member wellness as well as the overall mental health of the chapter with the implementation of the wellness commission. The entire team was always there for anyone in Delt to come to talk to from things as small as a band party to even getting professional advancement help. I cannot thank Adam, Clark, Matt, Katie, Josh, and the rest of the team enough for the help they gave me while in leadership and for the help they continue to give to the entire chapter. While being skeptical at first to sign on, it only took one meeting with our Executive team and Adam to be sold on their mission and success they have provided to fraternities nationwide. I cannot be more thrilled to see what our chapter is able to accomplish in the future with the help of What Good Looks Like.
Austin Heriford, University of Alabama, President – Delta Tau Delta 2021
One consideration to the success of WGLL is that they are objective mentors/friends. No matter how helpful we as advisors want to be, we will not be successful unless seen as objective or neutral by our members in any situation regarding our respective houses. This perception will keep members from confiding in us or seeking advice from us like they would someone objective and discreet. This is the primary reason our members don’t ask their parents for advice (fear of disappointment, non objective opinions) or even their own brothers (fear of being made fun of, fear of “not fitting in”, peer validation, etc.). That’s why I think this program has the success that it does. WGLL effectively become the only non stakeholder/objective people these members end up having relationships with, which allows our members to come to them with issues or for advice without fear of some perceived negative outcome.