Duquesne has both social, professional and honor Greek organizations. About 20% of students are Greek at Duquesne. The organizations make a positive presence on campus through philanthropy events, Greek Sing, Carnival and being present at major events on campus.
Professional Greek Organizations are ones that are focused on a major area of study or other aspects, like service. There are many of these on campus. These organizations have a strong presence on campus with their own philanthropy events, educational outreach and events to help build not only their members but the campus community in professional life.
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