Greeks do a lot of community work, but parties are the thing here. Schools is not as easy as many think to get into. Hazing is still a thing, mostly among the older fraternities, and can be quite harsh, but it's not nearly as bad as it used to be. Most newer groups don't haze, or only do light hazing. Sororities absolutely do not haze, and if a new member reports hazing, the sorority is dealt with immedately and sternly. Fair alumnae support.. Even in a small group, a student will enjoy great brother/sisterhood and fabulous parties. Non-greeks eventually seem to find their groups, but it's much harder and some never connect.
The social life it bring to the university brings lifelong friendships to fruition and helps people find themselves when they come to college. Although there’s no on campus greek housing almost every organization has multiple off campus houses for events and for multiple brothers/sisters to live in.
Greek Life is small but it only makes it more personal. You get to know everyone in all greek organizations. Which has its benefits and its disadvantages. Only thing is you are going to sleep with the same people as everyone else.
Greek life is growing at Unf . It’s not perfect but it is improving and it’s great to be apart of. Having houses would be an improvement
Greek life is so much fun at unf! Highly recommend joining! You meet so many amazing people through it and have connections for jobs as well!
Wouldn’t even know Greek Life was on campus. You don’t see them ever nor do they do anything on campus. The frats throw major parties at sketchy houses off campus. The sororities act like they’re better than everyone else but they’re the ones getting down with the frats every night. Sketchy house, sketchy parties, and sketchy people but at least they’re good for free booze.
Hard to find Greek life. I only see them rush for one week during fall semester then they disappear during spring and summer. Unorganized IFC with people coming in and out of the office. The website for Greek Life is out of date with the same contact information from 2013.
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