I love being part of greek life at wazzu. I was a geed my freshman year and decided to join a sorority as a sophomore, and I've been happy with that decision so far. I've made great connections with a lot of new people, and the parties have also been a plus. Would definitely recommend rushing if you're coming to wsu. You can still party and have fun without being in a house, but it definitely is an amazing experience
there are a lot more frats than sororities but frats also recruit a lot less people. never seen hazing. If you're not in a house you're misinformed
I haven't even been here long but the amount of competition and negativity that gets thrown around between houses is ridiculous, especially between the sororities. People need to stop judging each other based on the houses they are in and get along already. The Greek System wasn't created so people can compete for popularity and flaunt that they are top house. And it's not that great when frats look down on girls from certain sororities and how some sororities look down on guys from certain frats,realize that people are people. Everyone in both frats and sororities need play nice with each other, things would be way more fun that way.
Dangerous environment and trashy...all good people drop
Wazzu is awesome in so many ways. Greek life is a great example though.
Graduating in a week and wanting to give a little summary I guess on my experience here, coming from a guy who was originally in two low ranked houses and ended up in a â€œtop 5â€ house for the rest of my 3 1/2 years here.
Everything is really cliquey here, the guys around me were rude to any girls who werenâ€™t in top houses and I feel by the end of my time here I turned into one of them, if not worse. The parties are amazing, but partying 4 nights a week gets tiring, and thereâ€™s always fights between the competitive frats at this school weekly, my only advice is if you donâ€™t want to go Greek and ur not the type of person for it then just donâ€™t go to WSU (if ur a guy) I feel at a school without a Greek system it could be just as fun living with 4 guys in a house throwing kickbacks than 100+ people ragers weekly. I stuck with it because I just wanted to be popular, ultimately dropping the two houses I was more alike because they werenâ€™t cool and while I definitely had the best 4 years of my life here I feel it turned me into a worse person overall. Obviously this canâ€™t be completely judged on the Greek system, but if you are something who obsesses over popularity and what people think about you then I really do think the Greek system is a negative impact, maybe Iâ€™d feel different if i had been in one of the calmer fraternities who didnâ€™t base everything off reputation but who knows.
On the plus side, by far the hottest girls in the entire U.S go to WSU compared to any other school I know apart from ASU or Florida, and thereâ€™s often a stupid abundance of them ( 4-1 ratios at parties isnâ€™t uncommon) but 4 years of this life really tires you out eventually
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