Greek Life

Sarasota, FL
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$29,812 ($6,783)
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College Sophomore

Greek Life: No frats or sororities. Something I think students tend to appreciate.

College Sophomore

Greek Life: NCF has no Greek Life. I thought that's what I wanted, but maybe it would have been helpful.

College Freshman

Greek Life: There is no Greek Life

College Freshman

Greek Life: There Is No Greek System – There is no Greek life at New College.

Niche User

Greek Life: There are no sororities or fraternities, and as far as I can tell, there is a strict effort to keep them away. That's not just a New College concept-it's a small liberal arts college concept. You can come here to make sure you never come in contact with Greek life.

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Taylor Welsh
West Palm Beach, Fl
English Literature/Socioloy
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There are no fraternities or sororities at New College, and there is nothing remotely analogous to them, either. Novo Collegians stress inclusion, and many feel that the exclusivity of the Greek system is incongruent to the concepts that encompass the idea of an intact New College "community." The lack of a prominent Greek scene is a common reason why prospective students choose New College over other schools.

Though some students feel that organized groups may help break up cliques and inspire new friendships, the small size of the student body under a Greek system would most likely risk only further division. New College never has and probably never will have anything resembling Greek life.

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