College Junior 2013-11-30T03:29:02Z
The "social clubs" aren't greek affiliated. You pay too much for only grub, sing-song, formal, and pledging activities.
College Freshman 2013-11-01T20:20:32Z
The campus during pleading week is louder than usual, but the noise is not too overbearing. Overall, the Greeks aren't too bad.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-17T21:35:40Z
At ACU we don't have the true "Greeks" and "non-Greeks". We have "social clubs", which are basically girls and guys groups on campus that function as our version of fraternities and sororities. They are more like close-knit families and those of use not in them (like me) do not feel left out of the campus community at all. I have many friends in various different clubs and they love being in them.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-10T22:18:34Z
Very big deal on campus. Once a year during pledging it makes things crazy on campus but everyone gets along for the most part.
College Sophomore 2013-01-09T16:10:53Z
At ACU, you must be a sophomore to pledge to a social club. As a freshman, I have not experienced Greek life as an insider, but I was able to see the whole process and I learned a lot. Since social clubs do not have their own houses, they do not seem exclusive or cliquey. At ACU, social clubs are mostly to meet new people and work on service projects and form intramural sport teams.. They are not known for their parties, which is understandable at a Christian school. There are several clubs for both men and women o choose from.
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