Greek students at UCF are enthusiastic and have a very visible presence on campus. Members of fraternities and sororities provide the majority of school spirit at UCF. It's also safe to say that no other segment of the student population has dedicated more time and resources or has raised more money for charities than the members of the UCF Greek community.Students who join fraternities and sororities seem happy with their decision. It's a social and active way to be involved while making lasting friendships. Going away to college can be scary and unfamiliar; joining a Greek organization can make this transition easier and more fun.
For the most part, students are involved in Greek life for their freshman and sophomore years, with participation and dedication trailing off after that. Many students don't feel that joining a fraternity or a sorority is right for them. They don't feel alienated or overlooked due to this decision. Weigh your decision whether joining a Greek organization is right for you, and whatever you decide UCF is sure to have something for you.