While most come for the rankings, GreekRank.com also provides a space for discussion, letting you gain perspective into the sororities and fraternities on each university campus and see what everyone's talking about.
Which schools tend to be the most popular on GreekRank, with the most active discussion boards?
We’ve ranked our top schools based on pageviews and total discussion threads. Please remember that GreekRank.com urges contributors to keep posts positive and constructive.
One post starts out with “Indiana would be nothing without Greek Life…” and IU’s active discussion makes us think there might be something there. Posts can get over 400 views, and the school itself receives thousands of visits every day.
Pennsylvania State University
Penn State GreekRankers talk about ranks, but they also talk about a need for losing user-generated ranking systems. So much so that you can expect to see ranks that are listings of biggest self-rankers.
University of Michigan
Michigan has hung on to old-school rankings based on appearance. A scroll through their discussion board shows hottest sorority, best-looking fraternity, and even best phsyical house on campus.
University of Delaware
New to the GreekRank Top Schools list, the University of Delaware has become one of the top talked-about schools on the site. And, no surprise here, the discussions are centered around ranks and whether a Greek chapter is worth rushing.
University of Florida
Unlike most other top 10 schools on GreekRank, the University of Florida’s discussion boards are heavily dominated by sororities. Makes sense, since the university has a lengthy list of sorority chapters known to be active across digital media.