Fraternity Involvement Among Bsmt Student Essay

3405 words - 14 pages


A Research Paper
Presented to Mr. Bernie S. Bayogos
Mentor, Research and Evaluation
Iloilo State College of Fisheries
College of Maritime Studies
Tiwi Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo

In Partial Fulfillment of the
Requirements for the subject
Research 311 - Research and Evaluation

Ezekiel A. Majano

1st semester, S.Y. 2012-2013


A research paper entitled “FRATERNITY INVOLVEMENT AMONG BSMT STUDENTS”, prepared and submitted by Ezekiel A. Majano in partial fulfillment for the course Research 311-Research and Evaluation is hereby accepted.

Bernie S. Bayogos, MAEM
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To our Research Teacher, Mr. Bernie S. Bayogos; We would like to thank you for giving us the knowledge on how to perform the basic research relevant to our course, for sharing us your precious time and for your unending patience for us to learn what we need to know.
To our Reader-Critic Mr. Boots D. Arroz and Mrs. Amalia D. Dohina; we would like to extend our appreciation for giving your time in editing our work for us to complete our requirements successfully.
To our classmates for sharing us your knowledge and ideas, for the betterment of this research.
To our friends who are always there to support us and give us the courage to continue despite for all hardships.
To Fraternity Organizations and their member who serves us our respondents for this study.
To our family who are there to support us morally and financially for being our inspiration to continue striving and most of all to our almighty GOD, we give you all the glory and praises.

We would like to dedicate this research paper entitled “FRATERNITY INVOLVEMENT AMONG BSMT STUDENTS” to those who contributed to the development of this research paper.
Our research group mates for the cooperation and camaraderie.
We are also heartily thankful to our teacher Mr. Bernie S. Bayogos for the
encouragement, guidance and support from the initial to the final level enabled us to
develop an understanding of the subject.
To our reader critic, Mr. Butch Arroz and Mrs. Amalia Dohina who has made
available in a number of ways.
To our family and friends and to the fraternity groups who served us as subject for our
Lastly, we offer our regards and blessings to all those who supported us in any aspect
during the completion of this project.



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Chapter I


Background of the Study
As social beings, every human has a need for belongingness. They would love to be involved in a community or organization, since it will somehow give them a feeling of security. A fraternity organization is not uncommon to many educational institutions like Iloilo State College of Fisheries. Many of these organizations were formed in order to cater the needs of every student for involvement, camaraderie and friendship. Although there are negative connotations for the word fraternity, everyone must know the positive points in joining this type of organizations. Not all fraternities are about crime and violence, but rather, most of them promote the performance of social responsibilities for the improvement of the whole community. Most of those who join these types of fraternities will feel so much fulfilled and meaningful as they try to help their school and community in their...

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