Surprisingly, even though the University is relatively new, it has a fair share of Greek organizations. However, even though there are a number of fraternities and sororities, most students seem to view the Greek life at TAMIU as practically nonexistent. Moreover, a majority of students feel that the only representation of the Greek organizations here is the shirts its members wear. In other words, TAMIU Greek organizations don't really have much of an effect on the social scene on campus. This could be due to the growing student population or the lack of awareness about student organizations.
Greek organizations seem to be constantly recruiting new members, and while they’re not hugely active, they do attempt some promotional events, and succeed at times. While students say friends and parties are good incentives for joining, students surveyed say they mostly keep to themselves or their group of friends and don't regard Greek life as an important part of campus life. In short, TAMIU does have fraternities and sororities, but Greek life is somewhat small. However, the campus is relatively new so there is some room for potential.