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There are a lot of people who do aspire to be with certain fraternities or sororities. It's more about the brotherhood or sisterhood than the partying.
I know for a fact that there are formals for greek life, however I am unsure on mixers.
Thanks! Do you know if the pledging/rushing process is bad?
Yes, they do.
Yes, they have mixers and formals, but within greek life and not open to everyone all the time. And the pledging/rushing process isn't too bad, especially compared to other schools.
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Written by Colin Piacentine
Greek life exists at Saint Leo, but only in a small way. There are a few small frats and sororities, but it's not nearly as big as it would be at a larger school. There are no official frat or sorority houses, though sometimes a couple of guys or girs in a Greek organization will get together and get an off-campus house or apartment. There is a Greek formal every year, but you do not necessarily have to be in a Greek organization in order to attend. The frats and sororities also sponsor parties occasionally.
Joining a frat or sorority at Saint Leo is much easier than at most other schools. There is very little hazing or demands. Most of the students that join do not play for a varsity sports team, and there is slight schism between the Greek students and the athletes. It's rare to see them at the same parties. Then again, are not really too many Greek parties to begin with. Whereas at other schools most students join Greek life for the social scene, the Saint Leo social scene certainly doesn't revolve around Greek life.
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