Hiram does not permit fraternities or sororities, but the school is allowed to have Greek clubs. The difference is that the clubs are non-selective, do not have Greek houses, and host activities open to campus.
The Greek social clubs put on events like toga parties, the "Funky Formal," breast cancer awareness events, and more. For the most part, students perceive them as any other club, but the members speak very highly of their respective houses. The clubs do not make a lot of news—no scary parties, no illegal hazing. But they are always looking for ways to involve the campus, and that is always a good thing.