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supposedly they are around 1000 dollars for pledging
I think they are expensive and more so when you add a little I've heard. There is a new one on campus and so far it seems to be service based.
I dont know the prices but the sorority scene is not very big at CSUMB. I do know that some of them are service based and some of them are not
there is only one sororty that charges but the rest are free and all of them are community service and education based
Most of the sororities are service based here, on campus. Some are fairly pricey but are worth it.
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Written by Bennett Kogon
The Greek life at CSUMB is unlike the envisioned "Animal House" fraternity/sorority lifestyle of other colleges. Although there is a presence of a Greek system on campus, most students do not seem to take it seriously and tend to view the fraternities and sororities as a joke. While those involved in Greek life beg to differ, the overall student dissatisfaction in the system displays a need for drastic improvement.
Probably the biggest issue with Greek life is the fraternities' and sororities' lack of student housing. There are no distinguished chapter houses at CSUMB, which is one of the things that most students look forward to when joining a Greek organization. Most fraternity and sorority members live separately in campus housing, which takes away from the traditional Greek life experience. That is not to say that Greek life plays no role in student life at CSUMB. The organizations are known to thrown ocassional parties and social events and try to stay active in the campus social scene. Since CSUMB's social environment is rather quiet, the school's Greek life is also relatively quiet—especially in comparison to much larger universities. Many students are trying to make adjustments to CSUMB's Greek system and these developments will certainly advance as the university grows.
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