It’s a debate that has raged on since fraternities and sororities first came to be: which school has the best Greek life? It’s Nacho has been to over 700 colleges and saw first-hand the best Greek Life campuses. Here’s our top 8:
“Hotty Toddy” has 7,500 affiliated students. Comprising 35 organizations within the Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and College Panhellenic Association, Ole Miss offers a variety of membership opportunities and a transformative experience for our members.
With 29 fraternities and 26 sororities, including 18 culturally based Greek letter organizations, Fraternity/Sorority Life provides a unique opportunity for students to be a part of a more than 100 year old campus tradition.
University of South Carolina
Carolina Fraternity and Sorority Life totals over 6,000 members, making up over 26% of the overall student body. Fraternity and Sorority Life represents 47 Greek organizations. All of the chapters have their own rituals, traditions, and philanthropies, but they all strive to live by Carolina Fraternity and Sorority Life’s four core values of scholarship, leadership, service, and friendship.
University of Kentucky
The University of Kentucky has 51 different fraternities and sororities on campus and over 6,000 individual members.
University of Southern California
Fraternities and sororities have been an integral part of the Trojan Family since about 1889. The fraternity and sorority residential community currently includes 31 organizations and facilities located near the USC campus.
University of Florida
Sororities and fraternities have been serving the University of Florida campus since 1884. Greek organizations are groups of men and women who come together to form a personal network of individuals with similar ideals, interests, and a mutual pursuit of a well-rounded college education.
University of Georgia
Greek life at the University of Georgia comprises more than three dozen active chapters of social fraternities and sororities. While most of the groups are chapters of national organizations, including members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, National Panhellenic Conference and National Pan-Hellenic Council, independent groups and those with other affiliations also exist.
University of Arizona
The Greek community at the University of Arizona consists of a group of diversified men and women belonging to 52 different fraternities and sororities.