Recent Alumnus 2013-07-10T04:11:53Z
Greek life at Stevens is far more interesting than I thought it would be. Generally, fraternities and sororities are used more for being social and making close friends than for crazy partying or anything like that. The organizations are all well-respected on campus, and all contribute in a positive way to the environment. That being said, they do host parties in the fall and spring for those who look to attend. They're pretty fun
College Freshman 2013-01-19T05:43:30Z
Greek life, as in other schools, exists primarily for the connections one gets to make. In a small tech school, Greek life makes it a lot easier to get into parties. Non-Greeks are generally indifferent to Greeks, and Greek life is certainly not a suffocating presence on campus.
College Sophomore 2012-12-17T20:49:54Z
The Greek life is limited, because Stevens is a very small school
College Senior 2012-08-15T15:53:57Z
People who really want to do greek life can easily get into it, but if you are looking for plenty of options to find your niche, don't look here. If you are a girl, you only get 3 sororities to choose from, and none of them might be "your thing". Guys have more to choose from, but are still stuck with only a few options. Greek life is great for parties (especially during freshman year) but after a while you notice that mainly the members of the fraternity and freshman go to those parties. People in greek life are generally nice, you don't get many snobby people around here, so it is definitely worth looking into if you're into it.
College Senior 2012-07-11T19:24:57Z
Student Body Limitations – For the most part, the fraternities and sororities at Stevens compared to other universities are laughable. It is, however, a technical school so a bit of forgiveness is necessary. The student body is a driven and school minded group, with a gender breakdown of 65-35 (M-F). The frat parties, when they happen, are fairly good because the majority of the freshman class of girls will show up. The philanthropy and community activity of the Greek community is very good though.
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