Greek life is definitely a big deal at Rollins. A quarter of students at Rollins is involved with Greek life, which is a lot of students since the student body is so small. There are seven sororities and five fraternities on campus. Greek life is a great way to meet friends and get involved on and off campus. Fraternities and sororities have socials and formals, which are fun events that they look forward to. Greek life is not all about parties, though; fraternities and sororities do a lot of volunteer work, as well. Each Greek organization has a different philanthropy for which they do service work and try to raise money. Most Greeks are very loyal to their organization and consider fellow members to be like family.
Greek life is definitely a dominant force in the social scene at Rollins, but you don’t have to be a part of Greek life to have friends and be social. People in Greek organizations are friends with people in other Greek organizations and also non-Greeks, as well.