You have three main frats: KEO, TEKE, and Sigma Kappa; and you have two sororities: AGD and BBG. For the most part, Greek life really isn't that prevalent on campus...you'll see announcements every now and again for a party, but other than that you don't really notice it.
The Greek scene is very limited. I do know that there some sororities and fraternities on campus, but not enough to be considered a major Greek presence. There are very few, if any Greek houses, and I'm unaware of what the existing sororities' and fraternities' activities entail.
Sure there are some Greek activities and clubs that exist in the campus, but it does not play a big influence at campus since there are many other active clubs out there. However, I do not know the full details as I live off-campus and have not lived in the dorms (I have visited the dorms a few times for group assignments on-campus though).
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