USF’s greek community is truly a wholesome time. In a massive school, having a tiny close knit greek community of less than 2000 people is something to enjoy if you appreciate it the right way. This isn’t the place to be if you want the youtube montage frat parties and mansion sorrorities, the greek village is a piece of **** in all honesty and only houses one relevant fraternity, and rarely do relevant sisters occupy the current sorrority houses. Embrace it for what it is, a community where almost everyone knows eachother, closely bonded chapters, and decent parties and tailgates all at off campus locations. I wouldn’t trade usf greek for anything, enjoy your four years it is an unforgettable time and you will leave with life long acquaintances.
USF Greek is a solid mix, but doesn’t get a lot of support from the school. Membership isn’t as high as nearby schools and Greek Villageis almost exclusively sororities due to University housing policy. Most fraternities are all at off campus houses which kinda blows.
greek life here is low key and if that’s what ur looking for it’s perfect
Girls at USF are pressured to be in Greek & then go through recruitment just to be disappointed. Guys have a much more relaxed process, and more of a choice. Greek life overall is lame, they’re are so many other ways to make friends.
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
Weâ€™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 doesnâ€™t hate Greek life.
If youâ€™re not in greek, who are you?
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