The Greek communities are very friendly and promote outreach to encourage students to find their niche on campus. It is not necessary to be a part of a fraternity or sorority in order to have a social life on campus, but some students believe it makes the transition easier for incoming students. Though Greek life does not necessarily consist of the most social aspect of campus, the Greek organizations do play a big part in making students feel comfortable. There are three fraternities and three sororities on campus, but there are no frat houses, toga parties, or other things associated with fraternities and sororities. On Club Day, the Greek fraternities and, particularly the sororities, encourage students to join their clubs. They do this not so much in a way to pressure students, but in a warm, friendly, encouraging way.
The Sorority Corner is the area in which most sororities spend their time, located in the QC Café on campus. The Greek organizations at QC have several ongoing activities during the year, such as charity organizations, Greek Week, and other forms of recruitment. They try to present themselves in a positive light and put a good name out there to show others that they are an open group, encouraging others to join the Greek community.