Originally Posted by be69chevy
Check out the sorority websites of each chapter at your school and the website for your schools greek affairs office.
All of these should have all kinda of positives to help impress your parents.
I agree. Your university's Greek Affairs website should have a resource for parents. If for some reason your university doesn't have such information readily available, you can try looking at Greek Affairs websites from other universities. (The campus where I currently serve as an advisor has a strong Greek Affairs office: http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/sa/greekaffairs/index.html
I'm sure other GCers can recommend other university sites also.)
Additionally, the national website for each NPC group most likely has parent resources. (I know that my own particular organization does, and I'm fairly confident that the other groups do too.) Feel free to check all of them out for ideas to use in discussion with your parents - even if a particular NPC organization doesn't have a chapter on your campus, you might still get good parent information from their website that could be applied in a general sense.
(And, of course, if you have particular groups on your campus that interest you, check their websites too.) Here is a listing for the national websites for all NPC groups (from the NPC website): http://www.npcwomen.org/about/an_members.php