College Student 2013-12-12T05:05:54Z
Greek life seems pretty interesting, yet I have no interest in their parties or festivities. I enrolled into college to learn and achieve a higher education, not to party every night.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T22:37:49Z
Greek life at NDSU is a wonderful experience that I am proud to have been a part of. You meet so many great people, get to participate in great events, serve your community, and have lots of fun. It is not for everyone, but I think the majority of people could find their place in NDSU greek life. Greeks aren't always as visible on campus at NDSU as they are at other schools, but many of the student leaders are greek and there are greeks in a majority of the organizations on campus, so even if people don't realize it, they probably know someone greek.
College Sophomore 2013-11-12T06:53:57Z
Greek life is very involved on NDSU's campus and they do many volunteer activities both on campus and for the surrounding community.
College Sophomore 2013-02-24T18:57:56Z
Greek life is decent at NDSU. However, I gave it a C+ because it really doesn't stand out much here. I rarely hear about them other than when they have booths in the Union. They are very reserved within their own groups and don't branch out much. I've definitely seen better systems at other schools. The housing is decent though and they are very cheap here.
College Sophomore 2013-02-22T02:36:30Z
Greek life is not a very active part of campus, especially sororities. The fraternities pop up every once in a while but they don't do much around the campus. Recruiting passed for sororities without me even noticing it.
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