Greek life is still developing at UCM. There are a few fraternities and sororities, academic ones included, but there are not any frat or sorority houses on campus, which is why these organizations do not seem particularly pronounced. These organizations stay fairly active by taking part in community service and holding study sessions. However, many of the events brothers and sisters have are exclusive to their respective fraternities and sororities only, which is why non-Greeks do not know much of what they do, outside of the parties they throw. Therefore, there is an overall indifference between non-Greeks and Greeks.
There are no housing options for Greeks at the moment, but members tend to live together off campus. There has been talk about having houses on campus; however, that is not a priority for the school right now, so it might be at least a few more years before there are any apparent fraternity and sorority houses. The number of pledges and members grow every year, so it is very possible that Greek life will be a bigger part of the school within time.