Student Honored as Fraternity Man of the Year

Evan Monroe selected by Southeastern Interfraternity Conference for outstanding service and leadership accomplishments.

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Evan Monroe, a senior cellular molecular biology major, has been named fraternity man of the year by the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference.

The award recognizes exemplary leadership and service to the Greek community. “I am extremely humbled and honored to receive the award,” says Monroe. “It feels really good to know that my accomplishments have been recognized, but also that we, as a CNU community, can go above and beyond. Even though we're a small university we can make significant impacts.”

In her letter nominating Monroe, Spencer Hudec, assistant director of Greek life, recognized the dynamic leadership style Monroe employed in his position as Interfraternity Council (IFC) president. “As an adviser, I could count on Evan to carefully consider multiple aspects of an issue and to advocate for the good of the community based on their needs,” says Hudec. “He represents our best, brightest and the most honorable in a community of honor.”

Monroe involved himself on campus in countless ways, however, he found his true passion in Greek life. “I’d encourage anyone to give Greek life a chance because it changed my life. It opened a lot of doors for me. Greek life offers that true essence in pushing you forward as a person in growth and leadership,” says Monroe.

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