The Greek life at USF is the same as everything at USF, meh. In a roundabout way everyone has ducked each because of how small it is; and bc of this the girls are catty and guys are gross.
Greek here is average because its hard with with they work with. Not a school w a lot of history. Its tampa not a college town where greek succeeds. not much going on because dues are not crazy expensive. could be a pro but you get what you pay for. has been good philanthropies etc but overall average
We’re not a stereotypical SEC school Greek life but we could be better. Everything is gonna change now that we have a university president that doesn’t hate Greek life.
If you’re not in greek, who are you?
USF hates greek life
:) just trying to even out the pessimists who come on here and hate on everything! enjoy your day!
Because I go to USF and all my friends agree with that.
A lot of these categories seem a bit rigged towards the stereotypical greek life tropes. The greek experience at USF is not the same as Auburn or Ole Miss, no, but we've had one of the top 25 Panhellenic communities for the past like 5 years in a row. Hazing in the sororities is absolutely unheard of, dues and housing are affordable, and every chapter encourages their members to empower other women, take on leadership roles, be involved in their community, and be the best version of themselves. A consultant for my chapter came for spirit week and was blown away by our panhellenic community. The fact that we have mock events with other chapters and a day of spirit week dedicated to panhellenic bonding was basically unheard of in her experience.
So no, if you want to be a drunk, racist, sexist stereotype that doesn't represent anything of value then USF's sorority life is terrible. If you want to be a part of something that your founders would be proud to claim, this is a model Panhellenic community.
That being said, the fraternities are an absolute mess, and IFC is a revolving door of 2 or 3 good chapters at any given time and a cycle of another 10 who spend their time thinking of new ways to get kicked off campus.
Really no Greek life
USF Greek is undergoing a time of change. We have a currently small, relatively uninvolved community which channels it's efforts into conflict rather than into the productivity and success of its members. Like someone else said below, if you want Greek to be a huge part of your college experience, do yourself a favor and do not attend USF. You would be infinitely better off at UCF. (There, I said it.) Maybe in a few years our Greek system can change this, but as of now, we are currently in the process of getting our act together so we can expand.
Sincerely, a USF fraternity brother
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