Greek life is quite visible on campus, but there is certainly a social scene outside of the fraternities and sororities. Although they have a strong presence, a lot of money, and active members that sometimes hold positions in many other student organizations, percentage-speaking, not that many Drexel students are involved in Greek life. They do throw the biggest parties, but they are usually frequented by those already involved in Greek life, in one way or another. Drexel has a large commuter population, and that facet of students is not that involved in socializing on campus, especially with the Greeks. This is simply because they're not present during many evening social outings.
The students in Greek life tend to be awfully close, so it can be difficult to break into these cliques without an intention of rushing said fraternity/sorority. If interested in pledging, students should come to Activities Day during Welcome Back Week in the fall. Students will be able to meet a lot of Greeks and learn about their activities and organizations' histories. Some popular Greek activities include community service collaboration with other student organizations (like Circle K and Habitat for Humanity) and intramural sports competition (flag football).