I highly enjoy Greek Life on this campus, and would recommend rushing to almost anyone who can. Every fraternity and sorority has a place for someone on campus. Easily top notch brotherhood in the case of fraternities, and decent sisterhood in sororities. However, I feel as if the University itself can do more justice for Greek Life by making improvements to the quality of life for its Greek community (and really the community as a whole, but we won't talk about that for this). For example, look at Tau Kappa Epsilon's house. Judging from how they've been doing at rush last semester, it looks like a majority of brothers do not get the option to live in the house because of how small it is. Some of the utilities in the houses are limited, or just don't work. And the sorority suites are very small and crowded. Overall, great people, but in need of more support from the University before it can be totally top tier.
UE is a very small school with a high greek life involvement. The sororities do not have their own houses, and the guys houses are starting to become out dated and unattractvie. While I was rushing and the house I chose, I was never hazed or forced to consume alcohol. Among my fraternity hazing is not an issue.
If you are not in greek life, it will be a long four years.
Greeks only make up a 30% of our campus but it always seems like a lot more. The parties are extremely underrated and very fun.
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