CAMPUS GREEK LIFE
At a lot of schools, especially the bigger ones, Greek life is THE life. Greek life can be seen as campus kings if it’s big enough and they built the right reputation. Really, unless you’re on a sports team, you’re almost obligated to get involved in Greek life at some schools. You might be rolling your eyes in disgust, but it might not be as bad as you think. You get access to a ton of kick ass parties and events that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to get into, all the alcohol you can drink, meet a lot of new people and make new friends, and you get instant access to meeting the other frats and sororities on campus with private events. The pledging part will probably suck, but the juice could be worth the squeeze. The only way to find out is by doing your own research and checking it out for yourself. What are other students saying about Greek life? Better yet, what is FlockU saying about Greek life? A completely unbiased platform with insights from both ends of the spectrum. Worth a read.
Greek life on campus could be the best thing that ever happen to you, or not but you’ll never know until you find out for yourself. Check out rush week and see for yourself. You’ll play some of the best drinking games and have a good time, regardless of you having intentions to pledge or not. If you’re into the whole college dating thing, you might find your significant other at one of these crazy parties. College is supposed to be all about experiencing new things so why not go for it and see what happens? Worst case scenario, you get hammered drunk and go home. Not exactly your crisis situation.
JOINING A FRATERNITY OR SORORITY
You decided you want in on campus Greek life, awesome! Now you have to choose what fraternity or sorority you’re joining. Everyone has their own criteria that they want met and has their own process. FlockU offers the one and only media platform dedicated to helping our community understand what campus Greek life is all about. Joining a frat or sorority it could be one of the best things you’ve ever done or one of your biggest regrets, so choose wisely. Talk to your friends and read some of what our contributors have gone through first hand. You might come to see that deciding what sorority or fraternity to join is a whole lot easier than you think.