if you are not in greek life you do not understand. every schools greek life is different and unfortunately because we do not have national known houses it is hard but the girls and guys still have houses to live in . the mixers are amazing . people not in greek life are usually upset so they make sure that when people come on here to read they will too. never listen to negative comments because it is clearly people who never rushed or couldnâ€™t get in one because recruitment is hard . there are a lot of girls in sororities and half the school is greek life i donâ€™t think there is much hazing but you never know and everyone in greek life is sexy
Definitely watered down Greek life, kind of wannabe Greek culture. Those in the Greek system like to make excuses for why it is that way but that doesnâ€™t change the fact that it is. Decent amount of philanthropy events but the turnout is an illusion made by other Greek orgs being required to send participants and funds to donate. Generally those who are made to go donâ€™t even want to show up to the lame events and thereâ€™s basically no non-Greeks there, maybe a couple menâ€™s sports teams. No housing (state laws ban them off campus and QU wonâ€™t let them do it on campus) makes the sisterhoods especially less cohesive. Donâ€™t listen to what anyone else says THE PARTIES SUCK. Partially because no housing so where they end up tends to be cramped and hot. Even top srats end up at lame mixers with almost no alcohol save for maybe water beer so they have to hardcore pregame but everyone loves the idea of being invited to exclusive secret mixers so we pretend itâ€™s ok. Youâ€™ll have more fun at the subpar bars/clubs/sports team parties tbh. Guys may undergo minor pledge hazing and only the top sororities haze. Attractiveness is average, wouldnâ€™t say Greeks are overall better looking than te non-Greek athletes which is another big chunk of our D1 school. Top srats recruit heavily based on looks with no diversity (except a few token people of color who have to act rich and white). You have to be super weird to not get a bid from anywhere, not that hard. Srats put each other down all the time to look better and thereâ€™s always srat drama within, it all gets tiring fast. The sisterhoods and brotherhoods are mostly surface level and cliquey but srat families are a perk and at least a lot of people say hi to you on campus and you get to go to showy formals right???
greek life is making its top at quinnipiac social life. a lot more parties are happening specially socials that go on. join greek life and u wont regret that decision, so many girls if u know what i mean
greek life is the way to go . you get to meet so many amazing people and join any amazing chapter
everyone loves being in greek life at quinnipiac. great for your resume, great to meet new friends, just great. everyone has their own opinion on greek life at quinnipiac but you won't regret joining a frat or a sorority. you do alot of cool things and get the chance to socialize with so many people.
greek life at quinnipiac is not big but they are trying to become big. everyone in greek life has fun and are able to give back to the community. i would advise to join greek life if you can.
I know greek life is not huge at Qu but it is getting better and definitely becoming bigger over the years. Housing isn't really an issue but it does suck not having it . the parties are great. The girls and guys in each sorority are hot and friendly and it isn't that competitive to for greek life. there are definitely more girls than guys.
Itâ€™s true that Quinnipiac is not a huge university with 20k undergrads and forty different Greek organizations, so the dream that some have (or want) of college life that includes tailgating with thousands of other sorority and fraternity members before a football game at your schoolâ€™s 40,000-seat stadium isnâ€™t going to happen here. However, at least 25% of QU students are members of a fraternity or sorority and the number of people participating in Recruitment increases every year so the Greek presence is only going to increase. Not a week that goes by (except during midterm and finals) without some Greek-related social or philanthropy event. Thatâ€™s not what Iâ€™d consider â€œwatered downâ€. The majority of fraternity and sorority members are chill, inclusive and have a great time while also giving back to the community. Local law doesnâ€™t allow fraternity or sorority housing. A lot of people think thatâ€™s a good thing. Most of the horror stories you hear about fraternity life come from something that happened inside official fraternity housing. Trust me thereâ€™s still a lot of brotherhood and sisterhood bonding without living in a huge house together. You donâ€™t have to be Greek to have friends and be involved with campus life at Quinnipiac,but for those involved in one of the twenty fraternities or sororities at QU I think most would say itâ€™s a great experience.
Being in Greek life is the way to go. So many things to do and so many people to meet. Parties are all so fun nd the orgs actually care about one another, they don't trash each other, bring each other up!
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