College Freshman 2013-11-14T23:07:14Z
Greek life is almost nonexistent and if you do participate, you are not accepted with the rest of the school.
College Sophomore 2013-06-11T02:44:35Z
Greek life is okay at Bryant,you don't have to be in one to enjoy the school and they are pretty low key.
College Senior 2013-02-08T23:05:40Z
There are three sororities and five fraternities so there is something for everyone if that is where you are looking to get involved. It is not a dominating activity on Bryant's campus, accounting for only about 10% of the student population, but it's definitely fun to see your sisters around campus and other people in their letters. As a member of the newest sorority, AOII, it is a great thing to get involved in considering the new people you meet and the opportunities to do volunteer work for the community.
College Senior 2013-02-08T03:34:32Z
Greek life is really their own population and don't interact so much with the rest of campus. Many of them have friends outside of Greek life, but most of the socializing occurs within their organizations.
College Senior 2013-02-07T16:30:15Z
Greek life is average on campus; about 13% of the student population. Students in Greek life are required to spend about 5 hours per week in study hall to make sure they have a good balace with their academics . Greek life holds a lot of private a public social events on campus and greek students view non-greek students indifferently at Bryant. Greek life students don't have their own chapter house, however they do have a resident hall dedicated to them which is personalized by fraternity or sosority
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