College Sophomore 2013-12-01T02:12:50Z
Greek life has some impact on campus life, but if you are not part of it, you will rarely notice it. However, if you are a part of it, it will run your life. Fraternities and Sororities hold several scheduling impairments over their members. If one does not partake in all events in Greek life while part of Greek life, it can be looked down upon.
College Freshman 2013-11-21T03:03:29Z
Greek Life is an important to those who are new to the city and know no one. Greek life helps them get to know people at the campus and adjust to easily. As a non-Greek, I think that, while Greek life is important to form social bonds, it can be very a very demanding and busy lifestyle. There is the constant pressure to socialize, leaving little time for studies and personal interests. However, being in a sorority or fraternity will allow you to meet people who can help you with your academic work. The problem is that, not everyone can find the time to help you out.
College Junior 2013-11-19T18:37:30Z
We do have various fraternities and sororities on campus for students, but some of these institutions ask for a lot of money monthly in ordered to be enrolled. I consider it as a membership to party and be part a group. There are greek houses available, but for only some fraternities and sororities not all of them have a house.
College Freshman 2013-11-15T04:16:07Z
Greek life on our campus is a main attraction for they are always putting on events for themselves to participate in so if you are not involved it is kind of a social downer.
College Junior 2013-11-09T18:50:35Z
Can't say I know much about the Greek life here. Most people are indifferent about them.
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