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Greek Life

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3 College Sophomore

Greek Life: Not a part, have no opinion.

3 College Junior

Greek Life: We don't have houses which sucks.

4 College Sophomore

Greek Life: No greek housing, but the MGC greek life is great

3 College Junior

Greek Life: Greek life is apparent but not the biggest thing

3 College Sophomore

Greek Life: There is no official "frat row" on campus, as neither sororities or fraternities are allowed to have houses. However, some upperclass brothers/sisters will have apartments off campus where a few live together exclusively to their greek association. There are a lot of formals and events going on throughout the year, and service and philanthropy is a huge part of all greek life associations at LUC.

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The only people saying negative things about Greek life are the students not affiliated. Greeks at Loyola are relatively quiet, and there are only four social fraternities and four social sororities, which makes them a relatively tight-knit group. Recruitment is popular in the fall, and in recent years has been held on the same extended weekend for both fraternities and sororities, culminating in a bid night that offers several parties at both the bars and off-campus houses. Greeks aren’t a large part of the Loyola experience by any means, but due to the small size of the Greek community, can become a large part of an individual’s experience.

The community certainly is a growing one however. Although they do not have a house, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, founded on campus in 2000, has quickly become the largest and most active fraternity on campus. By sponsoring concerts and service initiatives, SAE has helped reintroduce a certain level of positive competition with the two other most prominent frats, Alpha Delta Gamma and Sigma Pi. Although it is still the only fraternity officially allowed to display its letters at its house, ADG has been something of a disappointment in recent years, having faced a number of disciplinary actions, and being rendered practically powerless in the Loyola community. The sororities also have their ups and downs, but they do throw some very popular mixers, although you must be on the list (or attached to someone on the list) to get in. In the end, only about 12 percent of Loyola students go Greek. Those who do generally have a blast, but the many non-Greeks are generally indifferent to their presence on campus.

Facts & Statistics

Undergrad Men in Fraternities
6%
Undergrad Women in Sororities
5%
Number of Fraternities
4
Number of Sororities
4
Fraternities
  • Alpha Delta Gamma (temporarily suspended)
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
  • Sigma Pi
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon
Sororities
  • Alpha Chi Omega
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • Phi Sigma Sigma
Other Greek Organizations
  • Greek Council
  • Interfraternity Council
  • Order of Omega
  • Pan-Hellenic Council
Did You Know?
  • Once a year, Sigma Alpha Epsilon hosts its annual St. Baldrick's Day fundraiser where humanitarian members shave their heads for charity.
  • Don't see the Greek organization you're looking for listed? Loyola's Greek community is a growing one, so get a group of friends together and start your own chapter.

Student Polls

What is Greek life's role in the campus social scene?    Based on 192 responses

  • 8% Greek life is pretty big. You don't have to join to enjoy the parties, but you might want to consider it.
  • 49% Greek life is average, and no one will treat you differently if you don't join.
  • 2% Greek life is huge-you're no one if you're not Greek.
  • 39% Greek life is pretty low-key and has little effect on the social scene.
  • 2% We don't have Greek life.

What is the general attitude of non-Greeks toward Greeks?    Based on 191 responses

  • 12% Most non-Greeks think Greeks do great things for the community.
  • 65% Most non-Greeks are indifferent about Greeks.
  • 9% Non-Greeks think Greeks are only good for the parties they throw.
  • 13% Non-Greeks see Greeks as snobby and cliquey.

How difficult is it to get into a fraternity or sorority?    Based on 192 responses

  • 18% Very easy.
  • 56% Somewhat easy.
  • 24% Somewhat difficult.
  • 2% Very difficult.
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