Saint Norbert College Top Questions

What are the most popular student activities/groups?

Chris

The college provides entertainment every so often, such as movies in the campus center, comedians and musicians. They typically have more going on first semester to discourage freshmen from drinking. Students who don’t drink usually do things together like go to the local shopping mall, go out to eat, or catch a movie. It’s definitely easier to get around when you have a car on campus or know someone that does. But, when the weather is nice people love to be outside. Freshmen are encouraged to have an open door policy to meet new people and they usually keep the friends they make their first year. If students date or anything else, it’s safe to say most people on campus will know about it by the end of the week. Otherwise students come to school with a relationship. Greek life is a great way to get involved on campus with it’s opportunities for leadership, community service, philanthropies and friends for a lifetime. We currently have three fraternities and four sororities. We also have social groups. Basically they are a group of people who have something in common and like to party. Some are more tasteful than others, but usually everyone finds a niche somewhere. Homecoming in the fall is not only an athletic event, but a competition between the Greek organizations and social groups. There is a parade, intramural volleyball and flag football, skits, and much more. If Greek life or social groups are not for you, there are also a ton of clubs, organizations and intramural sports to join. Sporting events are a pretty big deal especially football and hockey.

Chris

The college provides entertainment every so often, such as movies in the campus center, comedians and musicians. They typically have more going on first semester to discourage freshmen from drinking. Students who don’t drink usually do things together like go to the local shopping mall, go out to eat, or catch a movie. It’s definitely easier to get around when you have a car on campus or know someone that does. But, when the weather is nice people love to be outside. Freshmen are encouraged to have an open door policy to meet new people and they usually keep the friends they make their first year. If students date or anything else, it’s safe to say most people on campus will know about it by the end of the week. Otherwise students come to school with a relationship. Greek life is a great way to get involved on campus with it’s opportunities for leadership, community service, philanthropies and friends for a lifetime. We currently have three fraternities and four sororities. We also have social groups. Basically they are a group of people who have something in common and like to party. Some are more tasteful than others, but usually everyone finds a niche somewhere. Homecoming in the fall is not only an athletic event, but a competition between the Greek organizations and social groups. There is a parade, intramural volleyball and flag football, skits, and much more. If Greek life or social groups are not for you, there are also a ton of clubs, organizations and intramural sports to join. Sporting events are a pretty big deal especially football and hockey.

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