Biola does not offer Greek life on its campus, but that doesn't mean it's without that fraternal sense of "community." Most students figure they already have the best parts of Greek life at Biola, what with the close friendships and bonds formed with one another. Biola is a truly unique school in that all of the students genuinely care for one another and love to hang out with each other—it's not a chore at all to procure casual conversation from any Biolan passersby. Going to chapel, attending hall events, GYRADs (Get Your Roommate A Date events), and many more opportunities are offered instead to help students grow, get to know one another, and spend more time in fellowship together.
While there aren't any fraternities or sororities, Biola makes up for that with an authentic, communal experience; Biolans have access to connecting with anyone on campus. As long as Biola remains this way, Greek life won't be needed to promote community on campus.