The Greek organizations here are very active on campus, and they hold fundraisers for charities on a regular basis. Each frat and sorority has its own floor in Towers, one of the upperclassman dorms. Each floor also has a lounge, and each organization paints its floor with its colors. The social Greek organizations are under the umbrella of the nationwide Panhellenic Council (sororities) and Inter-Fraternal Council (frats), so addition to having to abide by Wagner's rules, each organization has to follow the national groups' rules, as well.
About 20 percent of the students here are in a Greek organization, but because Wagner is such a small school, students who are Greek hang out with people who aren't affiliated with an organization. The Greeks also throw regular parties, and if you're going to a party in Towers, chances are that a frat or sorority is hosting it. It's not a lifestyle for everyone, but if you're interested in joining Greek life, you can make a lot of lasting friendships.