I’ve been thinking about how greek life at CU is pretty average honestly. There’s maybe 3-5 houses that have actual frat parties. There are lots of smaller houses that have genuine and friendly brothers, but it’s definitely not the typical frat experience at CU. If you like to rage every weekend, then CU probably isn’t great for that because like I said only a few of the “top houses” have actual ragers, and those houses are pretty selective in the first place. Sure, every house throws parties but you can get the same experience at house parties for the most part. If you’re looking for smaller groups of genuine guys that like to chill, smoke, and do cool stuff outside partying then greek life at CU is definitely for you. It all depends what you want to get out of it.
Definatly not as out there as a lot of other schools but Greek parties and events are there if you look
I’ll put it simply. If you are a guy and want to party, you have to be in a frat or know many people in frats. If you’re a girl and want to party, you’re fine, you’ll get into any party. If you are in frats then the housing situation is very weird, only 3-4 frats have “big” houses, all the sororities own them. If you want schools with many big (as in physical space) frat house. This is not the place. But the parties still pop off.
University of Colorado Boulder has one of the worst Greek Life scenes in all of America. All you have to do is live and breath/show up to one or two rush events and you will get into whatever fraternity or sorority you want. They are straight thirsty.
Itâ€™s a good time
Boulder greek life is huge and a big part of the social life here. If you are a guy pretty necessary to join a fraternity if you want to party. It's also super competitive rush for fraternities. One of the best greek life systems in the country though.
Boulder is sick
I love greek life
Definitely a solid Greek community
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