Greek life is as good as it's ever been, rivalries are dying out as the older people graduate, there's a lot of respect between the guys and a surprising amount of respect between the girls if you look past the negative people spamming this page. Greek life at Brock wants to grow. The Frat Guys see this and are being responsible at Brock. Don't beleive the negatives, it's probably just a bad apple in an otherwise great bunch. All organisations have amazing members in a proud community.
A Canadian school with both Sigs and Zetes shows some prestige.
If these guys work together, Greek life could be pretty lit. Greek life is getting big now.
St. Catherines isn't really up there as far as cities go but the Greek Life here has adapted to what they have.
Hopefully one day they can a Greek Row on Glenridge.
Greek life at Brock feels like it's getting stronger, cooperation and cross organisation communications are high. Rivalries exist but it's civil. A great school where Greek life will thrive.
All of the Fraternities and Sororities on campus are good and working hard with their reputations. Lot's of mixers and philanthropy. The main issue is the the school refuses to Open up to these organizations to allow them to be even better . There is already a lot of potential and the whole greek life has grown in the past 3 years however the university doesn't seem to like it.
For a Canadian Greek scene Brock is pretty good
they don't have a lot to work with between the school situation, but that doesn't take away from how much they work for what they have. Silly to see people using the school's affiliation as a way to discredit all their hard work. Their work is that much harder because of how the school treats them.
Idk what the person below is talking about, in all my time with Brock Greek Life I've never known anyone to think they're better than others because of their sorority or fraternity. I have met people who think they're better than others, but they'd be that way whether they were affiliated or not.
They also don't try to be exclusive? Each org picks the members that seem like they'd mesh well and have something to add to the organization. That's not a bad thing. If you're honestly being yourself and you really get along with the members, you'll probably be asked to join.
Difficult to rank as this is for the entirety of the University. Some of the newer fraternities will let in whomever but the older ones are extremely selective. Then with regards to the sororities there's actually more than what was listed but they are their only chapter, have no IHQ so that part doesn't make sense... overall amazing school, great school spirit, and loads of good looking people
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