I enjoy greek life. I think it has opened multiple opportunities and connections for me. The students here are all pretty much athletes, greek, or both. The housing right now isn't the best but they are about to start building new houses within the year.
I love being a part of Greek life on campus. It helps open up so many different opportunities not only on campus, but in the real world too.
GO GREEK. You'll have a hard time standing out on campus if you're not Greek, to be honest. Non-Greeks range from being close friends with Greeks to despising everything about Greek life. But the fact of the matter is, Greeks have better grades, more alumni support, do a ton of community service/raise a ton of money for various charities, and have way more social events. This is all coming from someone who spent time as an independent student and as member of a Greek organization.
I'm not a Greek, but of those greeks that are at the school, they are snobby and cliquey. They will disown you if you drop from the houses and won't even think to talk to you if you never were in a house to begin with.
Greek life here is a joke. I tried it once it was a total joke. They tried to convince me that I need to communicate with no one but only them cause that was the cool think. I left as soon as possible. Greeks are viewed as how they act cocky, rude, disrespectful, and so on. Greeks are in basically the same housing as independents just not in the same dorms. they think they are something special but they really aren't.
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